They go hand-in-hand usually, a comorbid San Francisco Bay Area sports teams shirt. Sometimes drug addiction puts you on the street, but once on the street you’re definitely going to use them even if you were sober before. If ordinary people use alcohol and drugs to escape or relieve the stresses of life, you can imagine how that urge is amplified for those literally living on the streets 24/7. Comorbid usually means both needs need to be addressed. Think about all the people who have relapsed under the instability and stress of living unsheltered. Sobriety often requires support and stability.
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I’m not saying house a junkie in your San Francisco Bay Area sports teams shirt, but if you don’t feel connected to society and other people, you have little reason to kick your habit. Few will bother to get clean to try to join society-at-large when from their present state they have no connection to it and would have to start at the bottom. So I would focus on housing and reintegration as the main factors before addiction. Focusing on substance abuse isn’t an effective strategy in limiting homelessness though. It makes no attempt at resolving the core problem these people are having. I know that a handful of pilot programs have been successful, but those programs had the benefit of cherry-picking the best candidates. Ultimately, to do this on a large scale, the government will have to purchase properties to house the recipients. Hardly any private owners will want the headache of having their properties destroyed.
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And destroyed they will be, whether that’s polite to say or not. The government doesn’t need to purchase properties, they just San Francisco Bay Area sports teams shirt rent-subsidies and outreach staff to help monitor and support clients. It’s really not all that complicated. It’s hard to even set up financial support unless someone has a stable address. So many people don’t even have an ID because of a lack of address. Even the Section 8 clients were far more likely to fuck up their units than typical tenants, and they weren’t even being moved off of the street usually. Not all of them will damage their units – maybe not even most – but the rate at which these units will be heavily damaged is going to be far higher than the general tenant pool. High enough that maintaining those units won’t be profitable at market rates, making it a losing proposition for landlords.