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Collazo said the plan is inadequate. Why don't we force some of these treatment centers to operate in other nearby towns so they can experience what Paterson has to deal with, Woodland Park has s stating Proud to be Stigma Free!!

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At least three homeless people, including Fuentes, said they could not obtain shelter by calling the. The Mayor and his administration is not interested in these people. He said he worked in construction delivering sheetrock. In the ritzy parts by the beach they do that. Just so you I can agree to disagree with you on the homeless subject.

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I'd lock them up and have their county jail pick them up. People are coming in for their drugs and not leaving not fair to our youth to have to see that everyday. Most addicts will struggle with their disease for the rest of their lives. Maybe theyll get clean in prison and straighten their act up.

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: [ protected]. You need to chill with all that, Mark. Paterson needs to seriously come up with very low cost, long term solutions. The thing is many do not want to be helped as the article states. More inland they dont care as much. I tried giving them food they dont want it or they;ll take it and throw it in the trash. Tags Andre SayeghRuby Cotton. She said the city needs to meet with drug treatment program operators.

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Trailers that each has a key to their own door is much better and cheaper than sleeping on sidewalks isn't it? I grew up seeing the same shit and nothing has changed. But yet Paterson has to deal with their residents who come here for drug treatment and assistance, buy drugs, prostitute.

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Why not make mandatory inpatient drug and alcohol treatment centers or the choice of jail instead? It does show a lack of knowledge of the recovery process which usually starts with detox then rehab and continues with recovery once the client is discharged. The only cost would be solar panels. Everyone from planners to social workers to carpenters and construction workers would be needed to make it successful. It's Marcos dont anglicize my name. Fuentes, Edwards, and Freeman are not alone on the streets. Collazo has been blasting mayor Andre Sayegh and his health and human services director Oshin Castillo for not doing enough to address the growing homelessness crisis in Paterson.

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InPaterson had unsheltered homeless persons, a whopping 87 percent increase. My folks live there now.

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He said it keeps talking about the city working with nonprofit organizations and other government entities. Bolsonaro changed that. Cotton intends to meet with some of these program operators to tell them to come up with better plans to prevent their clients panhandling and living in the streets of Paterson. Inpeople were counted as homeless. She built a lodging place using cardboard boxes and dirty rags on top of the staircase of an old industrial building behind the Paterson Parking Authority site Steps away, year-old James Edwards, was sleeping inside a box with a traffic cone in front of it.

They are all drug addicts.

We got to put something in place. Lol it's Bait or for next time. Mental health and drug addiction is a serious illness but it shouldn't be all up to Paterson to provide the help. The current state of affairs should alert everyone that these problems will inevitably and soon become much worse and needs to be dealt with quickly. On top of that at night they would rob the residents as they tried to go home. They are breaking laws by transpassing an public intoxication.

of homeless people in Paterson is on the rise.

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How long can tax dollars be used to pay for thousands to stay in hotels when most of us working can barely afford food and bills ourselves, especially when our money is being spent on those who are taking advantage? You need to be like Florida, or the white towns, harass them,search them and you find drugs, lock em up.

They come here and beg they dont go to shelters because they cant leave to meet their dealer and return. She spent an hour trying to convince the person to go to a shelter, she said. Such a plan could provide good paying jobs for Paterson residents interested in helping their community. At that point the client made plans for how they will continue on the path to recovery.

Downtown Paterson virtually turns into a bedroom for the homeless at night, according to Collazo. Melissa Fuentes has been homeless in the streets of Paterson for two years. Municipal officials have long said drug recovery programs in the city are releasing those who fail to beat their addictions onto the streets.

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Go by grand st. If your not or never have been a resident of Paterson you should be transferred back to where you came from and have those towns deal with their residents. I live in Florida. Homeless shelters, fearing Covid cases, have also stopped taking new residents.

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Inpeople were counted as homeless, a 26 percent increase, according to the Passaic County point-in-time count of the homeless survey. How long can we pay thousands for each month of rehab, where the addicts walk out repeatedly and centers keep the money? Josh Q Baitor. Also in before in Brazil with Lula and Dilma they would set up camps in the private playground next to my family's buildings and they couldnt take their kids there. For those not on drugs, set up neat rows of tiny trailers in the hidden parts of parks,hook up solar panels for heat or fans,place a mobile police unit at the site, provide food or they can go to Eva's to eat.

She gives no information that would support that idea. The community needs to fund a massive outreach and social services safety net that can engage, counsel, provide job training, educational opportunities, jobs and housing for this segment of the population. So what happens next?

Paterson is the only city in the area that tolerates homeless. That's why they come to Paterson to be closer to their dealers after they are kicked out of mommy and daddy's because they stole the TV and grandma's silver set. He said the city needs to take more responsibility. Health officials conducted rapid Covid tests for some homeless individuals to convince shelters to let them in. I also live in a city with a large homeless population. That is not at all what happens. They should have to use their own resources to get them help.

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He said he had been homeless for three weeks on September 5. TK Kirkland. Homelessness is also a choice for some people because they don't want to go to the shelters and follow the directions and hours of the facilities. It's not like homelessness is going to get better.

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InPaterson had 80 unsheltered homeless persons. Eric B. John Brown. Paterson should push the State legislators and Governor to pull the funding the neighboring towns receive and give it to Paterson to help correct this growing problem. I grew up in Paterson and to be honest nothing much has changed since then. Those figures were tallied before the coronavirus struck.

Related posts. You cant be homeless in white towns the cops harass you etc etc. Cotton said treatment programs need to make sure their clients return to their communities of origin if they fall off the wagon.