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One hundred percent of our homeless guests enjoy full medical coverage, shelter, food, and transportation within one week! Homeless neighbors come to us “in crisis” and quickly move along a path of self-sufficiency and a continuum of care in multiple areas (i.e., employment, housing, education, mental health, etc.) that build self-esteem and view each as an asset, not a liability. 

How did a small town (Ashland, Oregon) address its big problem? This audiobook tells you “how”.

If “homelessness” is indeed a big problem in your town or community, efforts to solve it will be less than optimal without three simple steps and three important mindset shifts that you will discover in this audiobook.

©2019 Phil Johncock (P)2020 Phil Johncock

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Ah ha and Wow Moments About Homelessness

It is unusual and inspiring to learn practical and life-tested solutions to apply to an issue as devastating and all-consuming as homelessness. Phil Johncock’s approach is grounded in his loved experience of facing real and daunting instances of homelessness in his Ashland, OR community. He presents inspired and creative approaches to actually solving the problems. So many of these ideas can be applied to other communities, since the principles are made to be applied on a local level, and the methodology leaves room for your own brand of partnership and ingenuity. I highly recommend this wonderful resource. You will enjoy some Ah-hah moments and forge your own solutions to positively elevate your own community.