A reader writes:
There have been two families of note that have come our way who were on the verge of homelessness.
One in my clinic and the other in our Cub Pack.
When folks who talk about providing support make some hogwash talk about “money isn’t really the solution,” they exhibit ignorance.
Both of these families have the same stories- chronically sick kids two parents working, and then one parent loses a job for some reason and then they fall behind on rent (which is under $1300/month).
Charity saved both families.
1. Money solves many problems.
2. Why can’t a family support themselves with one full time (and more than full time) worker? Why is it taking two?