The Ageing Homeless
Today, the U.S. government spends roughly 30 percent of what it used to spend on subsidized affordable housing before the 1980s.
Researchers from the University of California at San Francisco (UCSF) estimate that half of the single homeless adults are age 50 or older, compared to 11 percent in the early 1990s — a 354 percent uptick.
Reasons why an older person might experience homelessness for the first time.
Why American's are Retiring into Homelessness
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