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Get Help for Homelessness, Hunger, and More

Date: December 17, 2019
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Every day, hundreds of thousands of Americans face homelessness and go without proper food and shelter. It can affect people at any age and from all walks of life. And if you’re experiencing financial issues, domestic violence, or substance abuse, you may be at special risk.

Whether you or a loved one is facing a housing or food crisis, it’s important to know there are potentially life-saving resources near you that can help:

Find the government programs and services you need to help make life a little easier and safer for you and your family at USA.gov.

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