Lynn Byers from VA said on November 16, 2016
I’m homeless with two babies and I’m grateful to this post. I went to my local hospital and slept in the ICU. They had free tea and coffee and no one bothered us. Thank you for keeping us safe.
Cammy from NJ said on November 6, 2016
Jason said on November 2, 2016
Found a cool place to sleep. Thanks
Carter said on October 19, 2016
Excellent quick read. Thanks. I love exchanging my skills for free housing.
Jose said on September 29, 2016
Thanks for this site it really helps.
Litta from London said on September 18, 2016
Fantastic! I found a cool free space to live in the London countryside. What a great directory.
Allan Foglio said on September 8, 2016
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Cory said on September 8, 2016
One best place to stay in Amsterdam.
Mandisa Kone said on August 31, 2016
This is an awesome blog. Great advice. Thank you!
Lisa said on August 30, 2016
Hotel parking lots are safe… also, churches. Sad, that there are so many homeless people in such a rich country. Very sad,.
Diana said on July 15, 2016
I’m so happy to read this. I just moved to the US because of a recognition as an artist but haven’t been able to get a job, nor my husband. We have tried so bad for three months, but even to work as a “Dog Walker” (yes, I’m at the point of trying to get any job even if it’s not in my field) you have to have professional experience (which I don’t have). We’ve been staying at my brother-in-law’s place, but he’s been doing passive-aggressive things for us to leave in the past weeks. I’m going to tell my husband that we should live in our car asap. He has a job interview (3rd phase) in 7 days, but things are getting unbearable at the apartment of my brother-in-law. Reading this gives me hope. Thank you so much.
Catherine Loraine said on July 10, 2016
Thank you so much! This is VERY helpful!
seperatedmother said on June 8, 2016
This resource helped me to stay safe and helped me to retain my dignity. Thank you.
Anna Olivares said on May 27, 2016
Thank you for this informative site. I’m in a predicament that will leave me homeless by the end of this week. I’m grateful though, that I have my vehicle (it’s a VAN!!! and I don’t owe any money on it…..) to sleep in. I just did not know what else to do or where I can go. Although, I figured I could always go to a Walmart and use their bathroom to “wash up” and brush my teeth and hair. You have no idea, I was feeling desperate and alone. But alas, with God’s help, this is just temporary. I will begin to work on Tuesday May 31, 2016 and of ALL places…..at a local Wal-Mart! HA! I still have my sense of humor…..
RESPONSE: Anna, send me your information. Mya
anniliz said on May 19, 2016
When I was a kid my parents took the whole family and traveled around the country for a month with a tent. We slept in parks, abandoned farm fields, road side rest stops, and friends houses. I remember taking sponge baths in the toilets at rest stops. My mother insisted the water in the toilets came from the same pipes that went to the sinks and she made sure the toilets were clean, even cleaned a few! We cooked our meals on a tiny campstove. One of the better memories of childhood. Loved living free.
M. G. said on September 21, 2015
Depending on the airport you can use the restroom for hygiene and sleep in one of the seats in the airport. Do not bring a bunch of bags or stuff with you. Leave in your car. Some people work at the airport and rest there too until they get on their feet financially.
Bret said on September 3, 2015
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I used to pay a quick visit this website all the time.
Ryan said on August 17, 2015
Thank you… I needed some place to go. Love this site. Ryan
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