Date,2020, Seattle, Washington: A huge portion of American Society is now visible on the streets of major cities such as Seattle, new york, San Fransisco, and Chicago. Numerous people due to various reasons are turning into homeless and the streets are crowded with the mass population. The common reason for homelessness is escaping from domestic violence, loss of jobs, too little income to pay the rent, poverty, joblessness and other specified and unspecified reasons. The condition of Seattle's homeless people is getting worse and the government is taking zero responsibilities to take the situation under control. 

Several social organizations such as St. Lutheran Church are taking volunteering steps and trying to help these people with raising fund but the estimated value is not sufficient to help all the unfortunate souls. The survival has become extremely challenging in the homeless camps that are situated under the several bridges of Seattle. Due to extreme unhygienic ambiance, harsh weather, and malnutrition, most of the people are suffering from severe health conditions. These people have no paperwork, solid identity proof and other essential documentation that can help them to establish in life or find a job. They are psychologically disturbed and most of them are relapsing under drug overdose and ending up with troubles with police. 

According to the social researcher, volunteers, and clergymen of churches, the government recently had raised a fund worth 36million dollars for the welfare of homeless people, but the city development community failed to utilize the money appropriately and there was no betterment in the condition. Again the social agencies are not trying to act collectively as they fear it can raise political propaganda. The Media is hesitant to cover these matters and due to the lack of media coverage, the reality of circumstances is being overlooked by the government. These homelesspeople are extremely helpless and need maximum attention from the higher authorities. 

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