Homeless male seeks female The Rev. Alex Richard is noticing more women living in graveyards a situation that he says has become too disturbing for him to ignore. Currently, all Richard has to offer is a concern and a willingness to work until resolution is achieved.
He has no access to funding, private, public or otherwise. Richard says he is assisting one homeless female in an apartment that he has rented. Richard contends that most Homeless male seeks female the Homelses homelessness that he sees is due to mental illness.
Others have been victimized in other ways. Several graveyards within the central part of the city are now inhabited among the tombstones by the homeless female population, Richard said.
Richard has appeared at St. Landry Parish Council meetings over the last several months, speaking briefly to council members, mainly to apprise them of the issue, which has become increasingly severe.
Also, Richard points out that he has met privately with St. Landry Parish President Bill Fontenot and the Homeless male seeks female city administration in order to determine what might be available in terms of housing, especially for women. We can find people who will help us fix up a place that is suitable. The services that were provided there for women and their children by the diocese through donations and volunteer efforts were moved to Lafayette, Richard points out.
That building, Homeless male seeks female four-story structure on U. When he was in his 20s, Richard said, he often got in trouble seeeks lived with relatives that he remembers became weary of his lifestyle, which included drugs and running the streets.
I had nowhere to stay. Someone reached out and then and I was able to get some help.
Fontenot, others in the city, and I am just waiting on them now to call and see if we can do anything," he Hojeless. All I am saying is if someone can give Alex Richard a building, then he Homeless male seeks female take care of the rest. Opelousas minister seeks housing solution for female homeless Bobby Ardoin Special to the Daily World.
Alex Richard is working to reduce homelessness, particularly among women, in Opelousas.