Homeless in Utah

 

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Karren Cardenas, 45, right, cries while thinking of her last Christmas outside the Catholic Community Services(200 S. and 500 W.) next to the Road Home, called “The Block,” in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. Karren has lived on the street for seven years and hasn’t seen her father or her six children in years. She suffers from nerve damage, high blood pressure and PTSD.
Nicole Boliaux, Deseret News  1/17

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Criss, left, comforts Karren Cardenas, 45, right, outside the Catholic Community Services 200 S and 500 W next to the Road Home, called “The Block,” in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. Karren has lived on the street for seven years and hasn’t seen her father or her six children in years. She suffers from nerve damage, high blood pressure and PTSD
Nicole Boliaux, Deseret News  2/17
 

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CJ shows bed bug eggs on a watch outside the Catholic Community Services (200 S. and 500 W.) next to the Road Home, called on “The Block,” in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. CJ and many other homeless people say that the Road home has a bad bed bug problem along with mold and unsanitary conditions.
Nicole Boliaux, Deseret News  3/17
 

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“Preach” sits on the sidewalk outside the Catholic Community Services (200 S. and 500 W.) next to the Road Home, called on “The Block,” in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, March 8, 2017.
Nicole Boliaux, Deseret News  4/17
 

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“Preach” sits on the sidewalk outside the Catholic Community Services (200 S. and 500 W.) next to the Road Home, called “The Block,” in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. Preach was wearing shoes too tight which caused sores and for him to go without shoes in the cold which led to bad frostbite on his toes.
Nicole Boliaux, Deseret News  5/17
 

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“Preach” sits on the sidewalk outside the Catholic Community Services (200 S. and 500 W.) next to the Road Home, called “The Block,” with Criss in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, March 8, 2017.
Nicole Boliaux, Deseret News  6/17
 

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“Preach” sits on the sidewalk outside the Catholic Community Services (200 S. and 500 W.) next to the Road Home, called “The Block,” with Criss in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, March 8, 2017.
Nicole Boliaux, Deseret News  7/17
 

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“Preach” sits on the sidewalk outside the Catholic Community Services (200 S. and 500 W.) next to the Road Home, called “The Block,” in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. Preach was wearing shoes too tight which caused sores and for him to go without shoes in the cold which led to bad frostbite on his toes.
Nicole Boliaux, Deseret News  8/17
 

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“Preach” sits on the sidewalk outside the Catholic Community Services (200 S. and 500 W.) next to the Road Home, called “The Block,” in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. Preach was wearing shoes too tight which caused sores and for him to go without shoes in the cold which led to bad frostbite on his toes.
Nicole Boliaux, Deseret News  9/17
 

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Karren Cardenas, 45, sits on the sidewalk outside the Catholic Community Services (200 S. and 500 W.) next to the Road Home, called “The Block,” in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. Karren has lived on the street for seven years and hasn’t seen her father or her six children in years. She suffers from nerve damage, high blood pressure and PTSD.
Nicole Boliaux, Deseret News  10/17
 

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“Preach” sits on the sidewalk outside the Catholic Community Services (200 S. and 500 W.) next to the Road Home, called “The Block,” in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. Preach was wearing shoes too tight which caused sores and for him to go without shoes in the cold which led to bad frostbite on his toes.
Nicole Boliaux, Deseret News  11/17
 

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Criss, left, hugs Karren Cardenas, 45, right, outside the Catholic Community Services (200 S. and 500 W.) next to the Road Home, called “The Block,” in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. Karren has lived on the street for seven years and hasn’t seen her father or her six children in years. She suffers from nerve damage, high blood pressure and PTSD.
Nicole Boliaux, Deseret News  12/17
 

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Karren Cardenas, 45, sits on the sidewalk outside the Catholic Community Services (200 S. and 500 W.) next to the Road Home, called “The Block,” in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. Karren has lived on the street for seven years and hasn’t seen her father or her six children in years. She suffers from nerve damage, high blood pressure and PTSD.
Nicole Boliaux, Deseret News  13/17
 

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Criss, left, cleans the area around where she stays outside the Catholic Community Services (200 S. and 500 W.) next to the Road Home, called “The Block,” in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. Chris, originally from Ohio, has been exited from the Road Home until March 12 and has relapsed since being removed from the shelter.
Nicole Boliaux, Deseret News  14/17
 

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Criss, left, folds and reorganizes clothes outside the Catholic Community Services (200 S. and 500 W.) next to the Road Home, called “The Block,” in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. Chris, originally from Ohio, has been exited from the Road Home until March 12 and has relapsed since being removed from the shelter.
Nicole Boliaux, Deseret News  15/17
 

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Criss, left, folds and reorganizes clothes outside the Catholic Community Services (200 S. and 500 W.) next to the Road Home, called “The Block,” in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. Chris, originally from Ohio, has been exited from the Road Home until March 12 and has relapsed since being removed from the shelter.
Nicole Boliaux, Deseret News  16/17
 

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Homeless members of Salt Lake wait outside the Catholic Community Services (200 S. and 500 W.) next to the Road Home, called “The Block,” in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, March 8, 2017.
Nicole Boliaux, Deseret News  17/17

(The Mormon Church of Satan Deseret News, April 28, 2017, http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865678779/Is-Utah-still-a-model-for-solving-chronic-homelessness.htmlN)

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Military Jeep New York license plate number HFK 2512, parked in front of Roulette Theater/YWCA, April 28, 2017

Huntsman Cancer Institute University of Utah license plate number 0000C [for cancer (the BIG C)], https://www.utah.edu/
(Fear of the BIG C is one of the biggest weapons in Satan’s arsenal of weaponry; there are lots of walks and lots of runs designed to instill that fear in as many [most especially as many woman], as possible, cc all Mormon barristers)


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Criss, left, cleans the area around where she stays outside the Catholic Community Services (200 S. and 500 W.) next to the Road Home, called “The Block,” in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. Chris, originally from Ohio, has been exited from the Road Home until March 12 and has relapsed since being removed from the shelter.
Nicole Boliaux, Deseret News  14/17
(The Mormon Church of Satan Deseret News, April 28, 2017, http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865678779/Is-Utah-still-a-model-for-solving-chronic-homelessness.htmlN)

http://www.huntsmancancer.org