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HOW CAN WE SUPPORT HOMELESS CHILDREN IN SAVANNAH? Service Learning Project
What does it mean to be homeless? A person who is homeless does not have a place to live. They have to live in a shelter, with other people, or on the street.
Can children be homeless? Children can be homeless. They are normal kids just like you. They just do not have a place to stay.
Are there homeless children in Savannah? Last year 5,541 individuals experienced homelessness in Chatham County. Of this population, 762 were children.
What causes homelessness? Family problems Loss of a job Illness Financial problems
How can we help homeless children in Savannah?
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