Underreported: How This Nonprofit Is Solving Homelessness Without Government Funding

VISTA, CALIF.—Growing up, Teena Faison never imagined she’d find herself a single mom and homeless.
“We didn’t wake up one day and go, ‘Hey, I just want to be homeless with my kids,’” she told The Daily Signal “No. There’s many, many contributing factors to that—lack of education, lack of resources, addiction.”
At 34 years old, Faison decided to change her ways and go to Solutions for Change, a family homeless nonprofit located in Vista, California, 45 minutes outside San Diego. Instead of simply providing residents a place to sleep, Solutions for Change takes a holistic approach to solving homelessness, requiring residents to go through counseling, take courses in financial literacy, parenting, leadership, and anger management, and eventually, get a job.
Over the past 17 years, Solutions for Change has gotten 1,200 families off government assistance and back on their feet. But because its program requires residents to be drug-free, Solutions for Change is

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