The plight of a single mother living in poverty. Here’s what the numbers say…

According to the US 2020 Census there were 10.72 million single parent families with women representing over 80% of that number or approximately 8.58 million. Nearly a third of that number were living in poverty. So…

On May 7th, I celebrated 3 years of continous sobriety.

There were countless times over the years in the midst of severe alcoholism where I dreamed of staying sober for just one day.

I remember when I received my termination letter from my former employer on July 4th, 2007. After…

We need a plan for the homeless in LA, yet we still do not have one…

2020 Homelessness in Los Angeles: We still don’t have a plan and here’s why:

The homeless numbers for 2020 came out prior to the Covid-19 pandemic wave and the count reflected a double-digit increase…

“You can do this, and you are loved more than you know.” — Steve

Here is part of my story…

On May 6th, 2018, I received a text message from my father asking me “How’s it going?”. I replied, “Not good”. He immediately called me to inquire about what was wrong. I told him I had been drinking again, and that it wasn’t good…

Permanent Supportive vs. Affordable

Written by Steve Pomeroy

California’s homeless population is estimated to be at least 150,000 with nearly half of that population living on the streets in Los Angeles County. It is estimated that it would cost $70 billion to build ‘affordable housing’ for that number. Currently, ‘affordable housing’ works in 12 out of 3,000 counties…

Steve Pomeroy

Philanthropist, recovering alcoholic, and homeless advocate. Building a community to empower single at-risk mothers. Site is: www.believeinbigchange.com

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