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Answered: Help the homeless

We must all come together and push to have more places to help the homeless. It's always a great feeling to help the homeless. Their immediate needs are the basics - food, clothes, and shelter. Think of permanent solutions like some kind of job instead of giving them food, dresses etc. Let them do ...

Answered: How to recover files overwritten file?

Generally, overwritten files can't be recovered. Anyway, you can try to use data recovery to can your computer. I know a software named Free Any Data Recovery is good, you can have a try: http://www.any-data-recovery.com/product/datarecoverystandard.htm

Answered: Help for homeless on meth

He didn't ask for advice, he asked for help. IDIOT!!

Answered: With weather so cold,so many homeless,shelters ...

Who did you want to answer? Why not write to your legislators and assemblyman? There are many homeless shelters, that do *not* turn people away btw. Many homeless people do not want to stay in the shelters--for one thing becaue they're dangerous.

Answered: Missing person

Yes, you should file a missing person report.

Answered: Can you help homeless people directly?

Ellas Foundation is located in University Village we provide housing for homeless individuals that need emergency housing. We have the latest information for Move IN ASSITANCE from Los Angeles County there is help out there and anyone who needs housing sleeping in a car we can help you. I work with ...
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Recover clipboard data

I am sorry to say but you can't recover any unsaved data after turning off your computer.

Soon to be homeless family scared

check the salvation army, or red cross.

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If you deleted the mail, then unfortunately it can't be recovered.

Do homeless people want housing?

A) Because there are very few jobs available. I have been laid off since mid-November and am not yet back to work. B) Because even the jobs that ARE available are for part-time hours or part-time pay, which is NOT enough to meet food and transportation expenses, let alone pay for housing.