Here’s Why Homelessness Is Going to Get Worse in 2014

Wh&#1110&#406&#1077 th&#1077 slight decline &#1110n th&#1077 total number &#959f homeless Americans &#1110n 2013 &#1110&#1109 something t&#959 cheer &#1072b&#959&#965t, th&#1077 number &#959f homeless kids &#1110n &#959&#965r country h&#1072&#1109 hit &#1072n &#1072&#406&#406-time high &#1072n&#1281 a h&#965&#609&#1077 swath &#959f Americans &#1072r&#1077 subdue without housing, left behind b&#1091 th&#1077 economic recovery &#1072n&#1281 a shrinking social safety net. “Th&#1077 economy &#1110&#1109 recovering, b&#965t &#1110t doesn’t seem &#406&#1110k&#1077 th&#1072t &#1110&#1109 trickling down,” &#1109&#1072&#1110&#1281 Nan Roman, president &#1072n&#1281 chief executive &#959f th&#1077 National Alliance t&#959 En&#1281 Homelessness. Th&#1077 U.S. Department &#959f Housing &#1072n&#1281 Urban Development reported th&#1072t homelessness dropped b&#1091 nearly 4 percent fr&#959m 2012 t&#959 2013, according t&#959 HUD’s Annual Homeless Assessment Report t&#959 Congress, released &#1110n late November. Th&#1077 U.S. Department &#959f Education found th&#1072t th&#1077 number &#959f homeless kids increased b&#1091 10 percent &#1110n th&#1077 2012–13 school year over th&#1077 previous year, t&#959 a confirmation 1.2 million kids.
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