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New Help for the Homeless

New Help for the Homeless

homeless population 47 abc's ashonti ford has the story on how she did it track kish homes is a new transitional home in dover that was started by a social worker who was tired of seeing kids on the streets. the foster mom pulled me aside and she said he can't stay here anymore and i was like well can you give me at least some time for me to look for him a place to stay and she said no he has to leave today track over the course of a year 6,000 people will be homeless throughout the state of delaware and those numbers are growing - specifically in dover where there are over 100 known homeless men, women, and families living in the community. we rode around this whole dover area and all the shelters were full. at the end of the day, i can't take him home with me so i remember parking in a parking lot and i sat him down and said think - where can you go and with tears running down his face he said - i have no place to go track dr. george worked towards opening kish transitional home for seven years and with the help of investors, last year, she was able to fulfill that dream. currently, she is renting a three bedroom apartment in dover that holds 4 peoplefor up to an 18 month period. but dr. george tells us it usually doesn't take that long to get them transitioned into a better situation. like her publicist, lareka marshall, who was also homeless. here in maryland and dover delaware, it's an epidemic of homelessness. there's a lot of people hurting.. there's a lot of people who need help and there's really not a lot of resources track we were told that, with the help of investors, dr. george plans to open a bigger home. ashonti ford 47abc kish homes is a nonprofit organization so all


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