Inside the Grid

Helping the forgotten not to be forgotten. This month’s Inside the Grid takes a look about this special place, Joshua’s House, where terminally ill homeless men and women can receive hospice care and live their final stages of their life with love, dignity and ...

10 Minutes: Homelessness in America

According to the recent 2016 Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress on a single night in 2016, over half a million people were experiencing homelessness in the United States of America.

My First Night Being Homeless.

by John B. Gay I felt myself being pulled up, off my bunk. Large hands, grabbing my upper arms tightly, squeezing my biceps. One man on each side, jerking me up in one motion. I had been sitting on the edge of my bunk, about ...

The Stories of Joshua’s House

Welcome to our first blog about the homeless community in Sacramento, CA, their health issues and Joshua’s House, a hospice house for the terminally ill homeless. The first story in this web of intertwined stories begins in January 2016 when Marlene von Friederichs-Fitzwater,Ph.D., MPH, professor ...