S.O.S. from homeless


Go to San Diego Newsbreak

Read all of it… Humans need more than food, water and shelter. Autonomy and a sense of belonging are equally important to survival — and are actually the keys to recovery for people who have had a hard time in life. The impersonal facilities that we’re asked to move into are not designed with this in mind.

But autonomy and belonging are the essence of what camps are about. We camp together because it is essential to our physical and mental survival.

The above was quoted from a much more detailed explanation from a homeless man in California…

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