No place called home The new face of the homeless is a face you know. More often these days, it is the face of a child.In an instant, a family can go from a suburb to a shelter. http://xn--barbourmnchen-3ob.nu/ The economy is that fragile. New numbers just released show the average age of a homeless child in Indianapolis is now seven years old. The new homeless are not the panhandlers on the street but your child classmate or your former neighbor.Nightfall brings storytime for Chad Goode and his little girls. By day, Marissa and Madison Goode, 6 and 7, are straight A students who play as hard as they work. Their favorite subject is math, and there a pecking order with these sisters:“I get the top bunk.
I get the bottom bunk!“They understand the reason why they sleep in a room with their parents.“They old enough to know what going on. xn--barbourmnchen-3ob.nu This is something they probably remember the rest of their lives,“ said Goode.Home is now a small room at Dayspring center, one of the few family homeless shelters in Indianapolis.“My fianc and my youngest daughter Marissa sleep right here. I sleep right here and my older daughter Madison sleeps right here,“ said Goode, explaining the tight accommodations.“It was really hard at first,“ said Madison.Their room is a microcosm of their former life. Chad Goode and his fianc both lost their jobs, housing, and savings within three months. They never thought it would happen to them.Tim Joyce heads the Coalition for Homelessness Prevention and Intervention.
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