Posts by Richard Dover

hope homeless

Solution-Hope for the Homeless, Example One

You want to Make a Difference? Have a meal with a homeless person. Great way to give hope which creates an atmosphere for positive change.

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Stop Ignoring Spiritual Solutions

If we as a society want solutions to the addiction, homeless, mental health problems of Burien it must stop ignoring spiritual solutions that have evidenced based success.

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Political Partisanship is Not Answer

Forget about solutions to the addict/homeless/mental illness problem in Burien, King County, Washington State, or the nation as long as there is political partisanship.

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One Person Helping the Homeless

Many complain about the homeless problem. Many claim to have solutions. But few do anything. And few put their money to their mouth. But one Burien resident is doing something.

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Citizens Helping Prevent Homelessness in Burien

Burien residents have the ability to give hope to those facing homelessness or living in a shelter.

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Testimonial-Intervention Works!

Sometimes for someone to get help to overcome an addiction in their life, they need to have an intervention-make life doing drugs more painful than the pain of change.

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Be Passionate to Make a Difference

I am absolutely passionate about helping individuals with addictions to be set free. How about you? What are you passionate about? That may point directly to what your purpose is here on earth.

affordable housing for women

Low Income Housing for Women-Update

Fairhaven House, an outreach of Seattle Open Door Church, helping women in the Seattle area who are in need of low income housing.

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Stop Homelessness in Burien

Too many Burien residents complain about the homeless problem in Burien but do little to help prevent people from being homeless. Why here is a way to help at least some families from being homeless.

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Addiction and Housing

More funds should be spent on helping those coming out of addiction treatment to obtain low cost housing than all the money spent on enabling the homeless who do not want to change.