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help for the homeless in Detroit
I just wanted to make Dr. Ben Carson aware of someone who is doing a great job of helping the Homeless in his hometown of Detroit. There is a group " Everybody Matters/Detroit", that is led by a man named Jeremiah. He has been driving the streets of Detroit every evening for almost 5 years and providing food, blankets, gloves, hand warmers, water, and encouragement to the homeless to help them make it thru the night to the next day. He posts live on Facebook each evening in order that the followers; who are the only source of funding for this work can see where their dollars are going, and to also bring awareness of the homeless population in Detroit. I have only been following him and the rest of the group that works with him a few months but have been deeply touched by his compassion for these people and the love and appreciation that many of the homeless have for him. Jeremiah will be addressing a group of nurses and physicians in the detroit area later this week regarding what he does. He has a day job as a handy man. Next week he will be living on the Streets of Detroit as other Homeless people do and posting live video on Facebook to draw attention to the problem. I would love for Dr. Carson to be made aware of this group and even follow some of the video that has been posted on their evening deliveries. There are followers each evening on Facebook from across the country, the UK and Australia. Jeremiah deserves some encouragement, a pat on the back for his dedication, and a Thank you for caring.

Please make Dr. Carson aware of the above information
If you are at risk of or currently experiencing homelessness, the first step is to get in touch with the shelter system in your community. You may need to call a hotline or go to a community-designated organization for homeless services??
Many shelter and homelessness serivces of Detroit could be found on internet easily. "Across Metro Detroit, the coronavirus outbreak has tested the flexibility of organizations that support people experiencing homelessness. Under circumstances that change by the hour, shelters have responded in creative ways to continue serving their clients while keeping staff and volunteers safe. Some have changed their service model completely, while others are educating their guests on how to best protect themselves from contracting COVID-19."

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