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Homeless Man Moves into Apartment after One Year

For the past year, 63-year-old Ken Wilde was living in a tent. Struggling to survive the winter, he was burning candles for heat on the side of a highway where he had pitched his tent. It was getting difficult to survive the winter.
Wilde’s homelessness is at an end now that he has moved into a new apartment thanks to outreach staff at Boyle Street Community Services. He now has a real bed to sleep in for the first time in a year. 
After breaking his back and being unable to work, Wilde’s story is a perfect example of how easy it is to become homeless. The injury resulted in his falling behind on his rent. Once he had gone through a divorce and survived the death of his son, Wilde became homeless and was facing a winter outside when he was found by outreach workers. 
Activist Keith Mann says the housing team at Boyle Street Community Services was able to find Wilde an apartment with donated furniture. Having a real bed to sleep on helps with his back injury, and, of course, having a roof over his head means that he will survive the winter.

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  1. Avalynn Ibrahim says: -#1

    It might be a qe to question of how many times do you see this happen in history and the work will have to be tougher coming later. Although nothing about Street Community, price for essay are really affordable and this will have to be left as the service will be back to top quality. As many people get involve, we see that we are better off looking at the only chance we have in building for ourselves.

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