Local organizations gathered the crowd to raise awareness of the growing number of people sleeping on the streets. DULUTH, Minn.- A different type of rally Monday filled the lawns outside Duluth City Hall with tents symbolizing the homeless population, which advocates hope speak louder than words or signs. “I want
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken an emotional toll on many, including single fathers and dads who don’t have full-time custody of their children. However, the leader of a state commission to provide positive involvement by both parents in their children’s lives says men have risen to the occasion. Attorney Jeffrey
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Shelters and housing advocates in the Twin Cities are preparing for the drop in temperatures coming this week. Steve Horsfield, executive director of Simpson Housing Services, says he’s feeling pressure. “We know the cold weather’s coming,” Horsfield said. “This is Minnesota. It’s not a mystery.” RELATED: Mpls.
Destiny Hodges was a 17-year-old mother when she first became homeless. She was also still in high school. After graduating, she worked a series of jobs to try and make ends meet. Finally, she sought shelter at Covenant House New Orleans when she realized she had to escape her child’s abusive