Provides an account of the 'other' Orlando, the world of the homeless families, day laborers, mentally ill, and other needy of the Orlando, Florida area.The percentage avery happya increases from one fifth of those in the low income category to more than twice that in the upper income category. ... But at the same time, we also have any number of programs to improve the lives of low income people: food programs, Medicaid, ... or below half of the median family incomea means living at the edge of financial catastrophe, where an unexpected car repair oranbsp;...
|Title||:||Poor and Homeless in the Sunshine State|
|Author||:||James D. Wright, Amy M. Donley|
|Publisher||:||Transaction Publishers - 2011|