Homelessness has many side effects to the lives of human beings living under such situations. Such side effects include health issues such as diseases and mental distress, which may lead to suicide commitment. Do homeless veterans have similar needs and outcomes to those of non-veterans? The government should put efforts to find means of preventing and ending veteran and non-veteran homelessness. This research paper focuses on the challenges affecting homeless veterans and provides possible solutions for preventing and ending veteran homelessness.
This journal discus on how mental distress and housing instability affect United States’ homeless veterans. In accordance with its content, there is evidence suggesting increment of homelessness risks and suicide commitment among U.S. veterans. However, there is little information about the associations of housing instability and its influence of psychological anguish such suicidal idealization. The journal gives an examination of Frequent Mental Distress (FMD) and idealization of the suicide of a probability-based test of 1767 veterans from Nebraska who took part in the 2010 survey about Behavioural Risk Factor who had not felt housing instability problem for a period of twelve months. Veterans facing the challenges of housing instability showed higher rates of FMD odds and suicidal idealization. This source will be of great use when compiling the final paper because it will provide information on the side effects, which happens because of veterans’ homelessness. ...
source will be of great use when compiling the final paper because it will provide information on the side effects, which happens because of veterans’ homelessness. 2. Donovan, S., & Shinseki, E. K. (2013). Homelessness Is a Public Health Issue. American Journal Of Public Health, 103 (2), 150-180. This scholarly source discusses how homelessness is a public health issue. The authors of this journal focus on public health matters brought by homelessness in the United States. The journal however gives information about the Housing First Model, developed in the United States to help the homeless veterans and assist them on how to obtain permanent housing. The authors further argue that the government must support initiatives like Housing First and increase efforts of assisting homeless veterans in order to end the problem of homelessness in the United States. This source provides information, which will be useful to show how homelessness brings health hazard issues to the homeless veterans, which leads to loss of life. The authors claim that the U.S. government should show maximum efforts on securing and protecting the lives of veterans. This source also gives information on strategic planning, professional practice, how homelessness affects the disabled, social support to homeless veterans, and crisis intervention. 3. O'Toole, T., Pape, L., & Kane, V. (2013). Ending Homelessness --Then What? American Journal of Public Health, 101 (2), 155-187. The content of this journal reflects on the criteria and strategies the U.S. government and Non Governmental Organizations should use to avoid homelessness among its country’s veterans. This journal provides information on an evidence-based, outcome-driven, data, and comprehensive strategy to prevent veterans’ homelessness,