Homelessness can result from poverty, unemployment, domestic violence, mental illness, substance abuse, among many societal and individual conditions. Maine’s homeless population includes individual men, women, youth and entire families. Many women and children are forced from their homes by domestic violence and have don’t know where to turn.
Join us on October 17 for a dialog about domestic violence and homelessness in Maine, the social and economic conditions that force people into living on the margin, individual stories and how we can respond as a community. We’ll be joined by Sister Lucille MacDonald, Director of the Emmaus Center of Ellsworth, Dennis Marble, Director of the Bangor Area Shelter and Rebecca Hobbs, Director of the Next Step Domestic Violence Project serving Washington and Hancock Counties.
Common Health airs the third Wednesday of every month from 10:00 – 11:00 AM only on WERU 89.9 and 99.9 FM. Learn more at www.commonhealth.org.
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