Originally aired Friday, January 30, 2015
The economy looks like it’s rebounding. Stocks are up, corporate earnings are rising, but not everyone feels the effects.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development says the most common length of time that someone is homeless is one or two days, and half of the people who enter a homeless shelter will leave within 30 days, never to return.
Darlene Bel Grayson, who was temporarily homeless, says she never expected to find herself in a situation without housing, especially with her careful planning and savings. “I’m not the homeless person you see and think is homeless,” she says.
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