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Homelessness in San Jose “The Jungle” (Cause and Effect)   The San Jose “Jungle” is a problem within the Homelessness community because there were crimes, there were drugs, garbage and encampments it was getting crowded until it was shut down.  The meaning of Homelessness is the state of having no home, situational, cyclical and chronic.  This is currently an issue in our world because there are homeless people in the streets and ask for money.  The community wants to plan to homelessness, as a long-term goal.  In the text, it said,”There are still a lot of people living along our creeks and we don’t have the stuff monitor every part of it all the time.”  City’s homeless response Manager.  Currently, people are dying in streets because of spike therefor among deaths.  According to San Jose city officials said, there are 4,000 homeless residents of the three-quarters that have no shelter at all in San Jose.  In the text, ” This is not the only country that this is happening. it’s also happening in L.A. County and Philadelphia County, so there are other places in the United States where homeless deaths are on the rise.”  Unquestionably, The Jungle is a problem and extreme impact in San Jose and to its residents.The impact of Homelessness is so extreme because there are homeless people on the streets laying down everywhere they have to have a home.  First of all, one of the causes of homelessness is an illness.  Some examples of homeless people illness are alcohol abuse and drug abuse that draws them to the Jungle.  According to Santa Clara County Homeless Deaths, “The report stems from an in-depth look at deaths in the homeless population, including demographics, cause of death, location of death, medical history, drug and alcohol presence, veteran status and deaths involving a motor vehicle.”  In addition, another cause of Homelessness is some homeless people don’t like shelters.  People don’t want to follow the rules and get kicked out of shelters.  A resident named Leticia is homeless   she said, “I don’t like the confinement, you know the rules of having to get up and pull your stuff all over the place just like to be free.” These two causes have resulted in many people becoming homeless. The effects of homelessness are disastrous to our community because Homeless people carry trash with them and they have tents in the in the streets.  One effect of this major problem is dirty streets with encampments, Danger of violence and life.  According to Homeless Population of Silicon Valley, “At any given time, there’s three or four of them living in the tidy drainage culvert between the highway and a residential neighborhood — all older homeless people trying to get by and avoid being noticed because that means being swept out.”  According to Barrier to Keep Homeless from San Jose article, “While the fence is in part a response to neighborhood complaints that started two years ago, advocates for the homeless have dubbed it “The Wall.”  Another effect of Homeless is the city residents were complaining about their neighborhood because people had to live with garbage, drug paraphernalia, and kids can’t go outside.  According to the article Homeless Population of Silicon Valley, “Down a dusty dirt slash through the weeds, beside a busy freeway offramp in East San Jose, a padlocked gate leads to what Audrey Apodaca calls her own private “gated community.”  From the article Pastor, Scott said, ” They will literally just cross the street and set up another camp.”  By looking at all causes and effect it becomes clear that the homeless people have a negative impact on other people in the city.San Jose Homeless Shelter Family Supportive Housing (Bubble Map) The San Jose Homeless Shelter Family Supportive Housing supports family and children to have a better future by providing help.  The Family Supportive Housing was made by the Santa Clara County and started in 1986 in San Jose.  Unlike other programs, Family Supportive Housing supports families many go to this program.  Can you imagine that a world of homelessness in the streets?  There are 75% families moved from the San Jose family shelter into permanent housing.  According to the article “Bridges After care offers families who successfully complete our shelter program the chance to opt in for extended case management and access to supportive services for up to 24 months after they move into permanent housing.”  In other words, people have opportunities to be successful in a complete program.  Truly, Family Supportive Housing has education food and helping families that need help.   Family Supportive Housing has provided supporting resources and skills that homeless people need to become sufficient.  Family Supportive Housing working by targeting families and guides them to independent lives in our community.  According to Family Supportive Housing website  “Getting families off of the street—providing emergency shelter and food—is just one part of what we do.  From the moment they enter our Shelter, we work with each family to develop a step-by-step plan to become self-sufficient.”  Family Supportive Housing is a good shelter to go to when to feel safe it allows to stay focus and work hard.  Helping parents design step-by-step plans to return to self-sufficiency and support families they return to permanent housing.  According to Family Supportive Housing “On-site Case Managers work closely with each family from day one to provide counseling, housing and employment referrals, money management assistance, health care services, workshops, parenting classes and more.”  In another case, the managers assist for the families that have to accomplish to not be homeless that they have to learn.  Overall, Family Supportive Housing is a great solution for the homelessness in San Jose.   Family Supportive Housing is known as a program to help people and it is important because this shelter has a lot of people that need help.  Through their work, they have impacted homelessness by giving people opportunities to leave a life.  Family Supportive Housing has been there since 1986 in San Jose supporting families.  Is currently happening now is there are giving 186,000 hot meals have been given and 520,000 shelter nights.  Robert sometimes slept at the car or at his niece’s house it was cram.  Robert when he walked in Family Supportive Housing it was a sense of peace.  Teresa learned every single skill, if she were stuck anywhere to help you move forward. She had a tutor, a credit counselor, when came to a time put out resumes they had a life coach come.  They had everything to succeed in life.  Robert, it changed drastically from what it was to what it is, he can manage his money better and his life.  He can not worry about a place to stay, not have to worry about a job he already has one.  Teresa wouldn’t have seen the potential to her and her family.  Can Family Supportive Housing really solve the problem of Homelessness?  Yes, Family Supportive Housing can Solve the problem of Homelessness because there are 85% completed the shelter and 75% to move to Family shelter into permanent housing.  Tiny Homes (Bubble Map)  Tiny Homes supports the Homelessness to find a home.  Nora Campos authored the Tiny Homes in San Jose from December 2017.  Unlike other solutions, Tiny Homes is very beneficial for the Homeless people.  Can you imagine not have a place to live, a shower, a bed, a roof and a heater?  The residents were just worried that they’d end up living near something the trash-strewn homeless camps they see at freeway interchanges, or that kids might not be safe.  According to the article “It’s  a humanitarian crisis in the city of San Jose. We think we can create a pilot and model here that would be transferable to other jurisdictions.”  It is a good for San Jose because it is a good to create a pilot and model.  Overall, Tiny Homes are going to be built for the homeless people and support the community. Tiny Homes has provided to focus on innovative features and replicability.  Tiny Homes works by ginning temporary services, the housing must have at least 10,000 square feet of vehicles and a dumpster enclosure.  From  the article Tiny Homes its state, ” It will allow us to create bridge housing opportunities a stable place people can live and stay while they’re waiting to be placed in a permanent home.”  To clarify, the people that need a home can stay there until they can find a permanent home for themselves.  Tiny Homes has the potential to be successful because the Tiny Homes are to be at least 1,320 feet away from schools and 530 feet away from residential homes.  From the text, “The homes must be insulated, have weather-proof roofing, lighting and electrical outlets, according to the bill.”  To rephrase it’s the Homes are going to have a roof that is weatherproof and lighting.  All things considered, this is helping the community because if they don’t have shelter they can have a Tiny Homes.  Tiny Homes is known for homeless people that need a home and it is important because so many homeless people are in San Jose in the streets.  Through their work they have impacted homelessness by having a home for themselves, so they can find another home to stay.  In December the year of 2017, Tiny Homes are supporting homeless people in San Jose.  From the article ” But San Jose lawmakers still face the bigger hurdle of figuring out where to put them, with few residents eager to house the house-less in their own neighborhoods. .”  From the text, San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo said, ” We will not be considering whether we allow homeless in our neighborhoods, because they are already in our neighborhoods .”  Can Tiny Homes really solve the problem of homelessness in San Jose?  Yes, Tiny Homes can solve the problem because homeless people are going to have a home while they have everything organized and they buy a home or rent for themselves. Family Supportive Housing versus Tiny Homes (Compare and Contrast)   San Jose Homeless Shelter Family Supportive Housing and Tiny Homes share notable similarities and differences to provident to homeless people. One commonality between Family Supportive Housing and Tiny homes it provides a place to live for the homeless people.  However, Family Supportive Housing has been helping homeless for thirty-one years since 1986.  On the contrary, the Family Supportive housing is a long term.  Based on information from Family Supportive Housing,” We provide temporary housing and targeted support to guide families from crisis to self-sufficiency.” By comparison, Tiny Homes are homes that will be supportive services, Tiny home are temporary.  One example from the text from  Tiny Homes article is, “A half-acre piece of land according to city documents could house up to 25 people inside 20 units.”  Indeed, these two locations are both options for the homeless with advantages and disadvantages. Comparatively, from the Family Supportive Housing and Tiny Homes help homeless people from this two solution.  A similarity between Family Supportive Housing and Tiny Homes is that homeless people need housing for themselves.  Although there is Homework Enrichment Program through K-12 of education. From the article Family Supportive Housing is, ” We created our Homework Enrichment Program HEP at the San José Family shelter to address the educational barriers that children and youth who are experiencing homelessness confront.”  Whereas, there are 600,000 families and 1.35 million children in the Family Supportive Housing.  On the other hand, Tiny Homes will be taken down on 2022 because they’re not durable.  At the same time, this was outside of the box, no one else had this idea.  According to Nora Campos, “It was huge for the governor to sign this because it’s outside-the-box and no one else has done it,” and “Other big cities like San Francisco and Los Angeles will be looking at what we do here.  We had to do something because what we were doing wasn’t working.”  In fact, these two formulas are trying to help others in many ways.      As Family Supportive Housing and Tiny Homes have different ways to support homeless people. One similarity between Family Supportive Housing and Tiny Homes is helping the community to get homeless people off the streets.  Likewise, they both provide safety for the homeless.  Because of Family Supportive Housing, there was 85% of families in the shelter.  Notwithstanding, the Family Supportive Housing manage their lives easier, with a place to stay and they don’t worry about a job.  Form the article San Jose Family Shelter it states, “They feel safe and secure, which allows them to focus on the hard work that they need to do, with expert support from our staff and volunteers.”  Even though Tiny Homes is to have creative housing for 4,000 homeless residents it is the biggest challenge.  The text from Tiny Homes Ray Bramson, San Jose’s homeless response manager said “the homes are a “temporary stopping point” until San Jose builds more than 500 new affordable housing apartments in the next five years.”  And also the report “The temporary homes would include on-site supportive services.”  Therefore there are great solutions to choose from for homeless people in San Jose.Argument Towards Successful Solution San Jose County allows homeless people to live in a Tiny Home.  Tiny Homes provides homeless people to have a home while they find another place to live.  In order to be able to prevent homeless people roaming the streets of San Jose.  Homeless people are on the streets, asking for money and with carts of trash in them.  First, to have San Jose have Tiny Homes can help homeless people roaming the streets by temporary homes would include on-site supportive service.  The text stated, “But no matter the size of the homes, San Jose resident Monica Fuentes says anything is better than life on the street.”  Based on what I read Perez who became homeless after brain Surgery ” I’m just looking for another chance to get out of here. It’s a place to sleep, have a shower and go out looking for a job.”  Secondly, is to help the community of homelessness in San Jose is to have  Tiny Homes can help homeless people find safer homes then living on The streets in San Jose.  According to the text ” It allows the city of San Jose to temporarily suspend state building,safety and health codes for the purpose of building “unconventional” housing structures-everything from wood-framed sheds to tiny homes.”  In the text, it said, “The City Council is still considering other options to deal with the homeless issue as well, including sanctioned encampments and better safe parking.”  Tiny Homes is a new solution in San Jose for the homeless people.  But the residents don’t want Tiny Homes in their neighborhood because probably the families don’t want the homeless people around there kids.    While it is true that Tiny Homes can help homeless people in the streets, some research asserts that Family Supportive Housing helps families, giving them food and education.  Family Supportive Housing guides families to independent lives in our community.  The most important thing to remember is that Homelessness is a major problem in San Jose.  Ultimately Tiny Homes are more effective than Family Supportive housing due to the simple fact that the Tiny Homes help to end the crisis as quickly as possible.  On the other hand, someone might argue that Family Supportive Housing can help in food shelter employment and education by all families that are homeless showing supportive resources and skills.  Family Supportive Housing impact stated, ” Getting families off of the street — providing that very important first step of food and shelter — is what enables us to deliver the supportive services that will ultimately lead these families to independent lives in our community.”  Family Supportive Housing Financial Literacy stated, “Our ultimate goal is to give families the financial tools and knowledge that they need to put homelessness behind them, forever.”  Overall, although Family Supportive Housing is a good solution, Tiny Homes are far better.    Currently, there is 2,530 teens and young adults that are homeless out of 7,394 that are homeless in Silicon Valley.  When researching Homelessness it is obvious that Tiny Homes is a strong solution to address the problem of homelessness in the street that never stops.  Indeed, if we do not stop homelessness in San Jose, then there are homeless people in the street that then help so we have to do is to get them out of the streets.  The story of Valentino Khaksarian tells us is he is 18-years-old, he went to Leadership Public School.  He was put in foster care, he had an abusive father and his mother was addicted to drugs. Valentino reunited with his mother only to become homeless he slept behind San Jose City Hall, he slept in a red tent.  His brother was involved in gangs.  In two years ago Valentino decided to change and live with his friend’s houses.  Valentino said that everyone had talents because they thought would end up like his mom and his brother, but he didn’t want to be like them.  His teachers encouraged him to apply Ithica College in New York.  Valentino didn’t think he will have a chance and then he got an acceptance letter.  Valentino when he got the letter he was starting jumping and it was amazing for him.  It was his dream college.  Valentino said, “You can’t give up on something just because someone says you can’t you have to keep trying.”  Since homeless people have no food, nowhere. to sleep in and no money to rise there own kids due to homelessness is so truly painful, but Tiny Homes can help because they support where can live in a Tiny Home.  Unquestionably, Tiny Homes is a powerful way to address the problem of homelessness in San Jose.  This is the path to end homelessness for good.