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Across the U.S., homeless people are criminally punished for being in public even when they have no alternative, nowhere else to go. That’s according to findings from a 2014 study by the National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty. The criminalization of homeless people is something...

Homeowner and Spread the Love provide home for mom and 2 sons. It’s funny how a seemingly inconspicuous moment can forever alter the course of someone’s future. Just under a year ago Noemi Perez and her two sons, 12-year-old Ventura and 5-year-old Dominic, were living out of...

After eviction, single mother housed through community help. Living in Jackson, you hear housing horror stories all too often. Here’s one success story. Noemi Perez and her two children — 4-year-old Dominic and 11-year-old Ventura — were running out of time. After seven years of living at...

How an activist, two aspiring politicos and a community solved a housing crisis. JACKSON HOLE, WY – Two town candidates missed primary day. They were not at election headquarters when results came in. While their peers knocked on doors making last minute campaign promises to help...

The H.U.G. Project shines a light on people one step away from homelessness. JACKSON HOLE, WY – As 250 residents are evicted from the Virginian Village Apartments, placing affected folks in the community spotlight is increasingly important. Neomi Garcia and her sons Ventura and Dominic are the...

Jackson Hole locals take to the streets to help the homeless in North American cities “Never look down on anybody,” Reverend Jesse Jackson once said, “unless you’re helping him up.” It was December, after the riots in Ferguson, Missouri, when Wren Fialka found herself wandering the streets...