Low Income Housing: Safe & Happy
Griselda Alvarez talks about the advantages of low income housing in Escondido.
Hi. I’d just like to discuss the welfare system and how it poses a threat to the people it’s supposed to be helping. The welfare system is supposed to help those, who need to “get on their feet”, but does it? Or does it keep people trapped in a cycle of low income housing, EBT Cards, and the expectation for a monthly government check you recieve all for just filling out an application stating that it’s an absolute neccesity.This system makes people complacent and dependent, discouraging famililies to attain actual employment for fear of decreasen benefits. Developing and investing into your self worth could also be an option for acquiring an even grander lifestyle! But rather than making their children there motivation for a better lifestyle , they make there kids their main excuse for why they no longer have that opportunity anymore! Many woman are even beginning to use pregnancy as a way to get housing! Especially since the Government has it pretty much set up a system for woman who have kids and no money to get housing, so long as they stay in a shelter for a short period of time. There are young woman and older woman who have a place of residency(especially at parents house[Statisically subsidized- Hense, the cycle] but choose to “sacrifice” living in a shelter to get an apartment they don’t have to actually be productive for! It sucks for those who have to work and pay taxes, but probably don’t get to live in our own place without roommates, who are trying to do …
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