Positive Future #575 (Feature photo – Finland on the Globe – Courtesy of Rob984 CCA SA 4.0 International)
Homelessness has become a global epidemic in first-world nations. Without a secure roof over your head, how do you solve all of your other problems, including reducing the problems of society as a whole?
The solution to the problem is not coming from the biggest industrial countries, but one of its smallest – Finland. In Finland, a small nation of less than 6 million people, the nation has embraced the vision of making housing first.
While the idea of housing first is a major step forward in the homelessness crisis, the more fundamental answer might be putting jobs and living wages first. Everyone needs to be needed and be able to contribute.
You can read the full story here on BrightVibes: https://brightvibes.com/1443/en/discover-how-finland-is-tackling-homelessness-by-giving-homes-away