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Providing a home for these people who find themselves in this desperate situation solves nothing because that only meets one of their many needs.
It is the issues that led them to be homeless that need to be addressed.
People have always been astonished when I tell them about my living situation.
No, I’m not homeless, and no, I don’t live in a share house. In fact, I’m happily married and have been for the last 11 years.
We lived around the corner from one another and in my single years, I’d made a fabulous little home for myself that I couldn’t bear to give up.
I told Angelo about my predicament when he asked if I would live with him.
It takes a fresh look at the problem and recognises that what has gone before has not had enough of an impact for this section of the population.
Continued welfare reforms pushing people deeper into mental illness and forcing them further into debt makes the end result of homelessness far more likely.
Governments can no longer be allowed to create these conditions and then expect charities and the third sector to scramble to pick up the pieces.
What it will not do is end homelessness or stop rough sleeping in the streets of Glasgow.
The problems which befell those 50 people who will initially be helped this year are affecting many others and sadly there is a conveyor belt of social problems capturing these people and dumping them on the streets.
The cost of early intervention is cheaper than the cost to the health and social work service not to mention the justice system of dealing with the consequences.