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Gambling is a Problem at Toronto Homeless Shelters

Two studies are informing how the Good Shepherd assists its clients. Matte Black began living on the streets when he was 15. He’d come home inebriated on a few occasions, and was kicked out of the house. For nine years, he was in and out of several homeless shelters in Toronto. During that time, at the shelters, Black would see people gambling, often 30 to 40 […] The post Gambling is a Problem at Toronto Homeless Shelters appeared first on Torontoist.
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