An address is no longer just a location - it's now a de facto form of ID. This means that if a person becomes homeless, they’re immediately cut off from the basic services they need to recover. The ability to apply for jobs, receive benefits, open a bank account, receive post: all are placed out of reach when they are needed most. Those who might have recovered with a little early support instead develop more complex and care-intensive needs. ProxyAddress fixes this Catch-22 by providing a stable address which can be used to securely and quickly to access critical support.
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