When a beat-up Nissan is home and a garden gives solace.
How one Dignity Village resident helps his community.
Rupert Heard remembers a Dignity Village veteran resident.
It’s illegal to sleep on a park bench. It’s illegal to stand in one place for too long. In hundreds of American cities, it’s a crime to be homeless.
With firehoses, bulldozers and condos, gentrifying cities are clearing encampments from the streets.
Tatiana Garcia’s ticket to a new life takes her to upstate New York.
Inside the world of a homeless woman at Dignity Village in Gainesville, Florida.
Writer Michael Adkison of The Razorback Reporter dove into the details of how the government arrives at a census of the homeless population in Northwest Arkansas — a method replicated by many other communities — revealing a flaw in the point-in-time census method that results in numerous homeless individuals in Northwest Arkansas not being counted.