A Place for News
A Place to Stand is sponsoring a peer-to-peer support group for homeless or formerly homeless individuals. This allows an opportunity for sharing experiences and resources. APTS will provide space for the meetings and contribute refreshments and other resources for this group. For more information contact us.
We’re excited to be working with Homestretch and Center for Health and Human Rights (CHHR). Together we are providing health services to those with inadequate health coverage. Serving the northern VA area.
We’re hoping for a short winter. APTS is looking forward to gardening in the spring at Homestretch in Falls Church, Virginia. This garden will serve formerly homeless families who are in need of affordable, healthy food.
APTS desires to raise public awareness to the problems of homelessness and programs being discussed and implemented throughout the United States. Below are links to Blogs, at which the issue can be discussed, and articles and resources from others regarding these issues.
MacDonald, D. (January 19, 1963). Our Invisible Poor. The New Yorker.
Lepore, J. (September 2012). How a New Yorker Article Launched the First Shot in the War Against Poverty. Smithsonian Magazine.
Kozol, J. (1988). Rachel and Her Children: Homeless Families in America.
A Place at the Table [Motion Picture].Goldman, J., Harrington, R., Jacobson, K., Silverbush, L. (Producers), & Jacobson, K., Silverbush, L. (Directors). (2012) United States: Magnolia
Food, Inc. [Motion Picture]. Pearlstein, E. (Producer), & Kenner, R. (Director). (2008). USA: Magnolia
Homeless: The Motel Kids of Orange County [TV Movie]. Nevins, S. (Producer), & Pelosi, A. (Director).(2010). USA: HBO
Down and Out in America. [TV Movie]. Fuery, J. (Producer), & Grant, L. (Director). (1986). USA: HBO.