As we rethink homelessness, after all of our compassionate machinations, and as our ten years  to end homelessness plans take a dirt nap, we find that it all comes down to a test of will. There is an element within our army, within our tactical team, that has a vested interest in homelessness not ending. I think that we all know providers who see the maintenance of homelessness as a career. People make money from the misery of others. They eat for these people, and misrepresent them while they have no reports about any progress on ending homelessness. Indeed, which shelter has contained in it’s mission statement, that our goal is to decrease the numbers of people who enter our shelter? Or, that our goal is to ensure that the homeless have a voice in the conversations that are deciding their fate? I don’t think you’ll find this language inRead More