Wilfred, Rose and Kobe

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Wilfred, his wife Rose and their son Kobe live in an RV near South Los Angeles. This is the second RV they have lived in during their three years of homelessness.

Rose shares the living in an RV is hard. She says it’s unsanitary and they have to keep moving from one side of the streets to the next to avoid parking tickets.

You can hear the desperation in Rose’s voice as she shares there is nowhere to turn to get help.

Wilfred is disabled and has trouble standing. He has heart problems and complications from a recent stroke. He wants to work, but physically he is unable.

Through it all, Kobe is going to school. I can’t even imagine the emotions children must feel trying to fit in with other students knowing their family is homeless.

Very special thanks to LAHSA 

 

 

 

 

 


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