Grace and Mercy

Hello folks, I’m back!!!! I lost access to my site because I switched from an anroid phone to iPhone and the number was changed; additionally I forgot to store the backup codes.  Wow the security measures WordPress has installed, anywho I’m glad to be back, are you –  let me know!!!

The #Bus as I listened to a song about #grace and #mercy I saw a #homeless man sleeping in the cold… pray without ceasing.

 

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Homes For The Brave – Veterans

Have you ever been so tired you couldn’t pray?

Have you ever been so cold a little  heat didn’t help?

Have you ever lost all that you owned?

Has your pride ever got in the way of healing?

Have you ever looked for healing for your emotional pain in a bottle?

Have you ever looked for your physical pain in a wax paper bag?

Did you hide from your family by golfing?

Did you disappear at the dinner table by being on your phone?

Do you have extra work to do every weekend you’re supposed to pick up your children from your ex’s house?

Do you forget to send the child support payment every time she pulls up  with her new beau?

We’ve all had a moment where life’s issues became so overwhelming that we took the shortcut route to “a” solution – well there are some folk who found themselves on the streets after they had given all they had after serving their time in the #ArmedForces.

Help a #Veterans get to the dinner table; to the mall; to the dentist; to a doctor appointment; to therapy; or to the front door of an apartment or home.

Visit Homes For The Brave  and make a small donation by purchasing an item or 2 or 3.

Female Soldiers Forgotten Heroes

Happy Holidays!!

#HUD Miami Dade #Homeless


​Per OIG – We reviewed the Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust’s Continuum of Care Program because our office had not audited this entity. In addition, this assignment was in accordance with our annual audit plan and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) 2014-2018 strategic objective to end homelessness. Our objective was to determine whether the Trust ensured that Program funds were used for eligible activities and sufficiently supported.

The Trust did not always properly administer the Program by not (1) supporting costs for one project, (2) reporting Program income for another project, and (3) supporting a participant eligibility for a third project. This condition occurred because the Trust believed it had adequate documentation and did not properly oversee its subrecipients. As a result, it could not support Program costs of $98,433.