| by Kenneth Chase | 100 comments

Venice Beach Homeless Woman Sleeps in Front of the Apartment She Rented for 17 Years

– [Interviewer] Alicia, you’re out here, homeless, Venice Beach. Tell me about it. – Yes, I’ve been out here two years. Because I paid rent, my whole adult life, and never in my wildest dreams, would I think that I
would’ve ended up here, pushing a stroller with my animals. But I did, because I
was in a relationship, where I allowed someone to use me. And when I paid my last
dollar, he left me. Here I sit, and I sleep, on the street that I lived on for 17
years, in an apartment. Because I, I don’t know, I
didn’t know where else to go. It’s the worst thing. I’ve had a lot of bad things
happen in my lifetime, but this is really the hardest and like, a no way out situation. It’s kinda hopeless, and I
really feel like I’m dead. Because every day-to-day,
is not, you know, alive. You just wake up, and
wait for it to be over, so you can do it all over again. It’s horrible. – [Interviewer] You were saying that you don’t know how to be homeless. – I don’t, I either have nothing, which I’ve had many a time, that only the clothes on my back. Or too much stuff,
which I just push around because I’m so tired to… You know, I have a few
things here and there. I don’t know, am I packing for a trip? Like I’m going on vacation. I don’t know how to do this. And your stuff always gets stolen anyways. Or the city, every Friday, they handcuff you and take your stuff, if you don’t get out of their way. – [Interviewer] They handcuff you? – Yeah, they take everything– – [Interviewer] Or if
they don’t get out of– – They don’t always handcuff
you, but I’ve been handcuffed, and they took everything I had. That’s their cleanup, they
clean up, every Friday morning. – [Interviewer] Right. – Then when it rains, that’s the only time they
really come and torture you. Because when you’re trying to stay dry, (chuckling) they don’t allow that. So, you’re either
invisible, or an eyesore. Everybody just wants you to go. Or they don’t see you. Say they’re handing out
stuff, you might be there, but they’re not handing out
anything to you (laughing). You know, like the free
drinks and stuff, or whatever. Wherever you go, or nobody sees you. You say hello, and no one sees you. – [Interviewer] How do
you survive out here? – I don’t (sighing), I
don’t know, it’s hard. You have to, you know, it’s just the whole day is about that. Getting through the
day, whatever you need. As far as food, and
stuff, you just have to, if you’ve used up any
resources that you might have, then you have to just look for it. And it’s, there’s so many people out here, it’s hard to come by. Even though thousands of people
come here, it’s not easy. Last year, even in a year’s time, it was easier last year, than it is now. Now, everyone’s looking
for the same thing. – [Interviewer]
Homelessness getting worse? – Yes, oh, absolutely. – [Interviewer] It breaks my
heart that you’re sleeping on the same street, that. When I was homeless, I actually went to where I
felt the most comfortable, which is where I used to live. Same thing. – I lived right down the street. The beach, which was my
heaven, is now kinda my hell. It really is. As grateful as I am to be
here, and not Skid Row, it’s still, it really is hell (chuckling). I have a 16 year-old cat,
and a nine year-old dog. – [Interviewer] It’s your life? It would be a lot easier
if it was just me, but they actually, they’re a blessing, because without them, I
don’t know how I would do it. – [Interviewer] What was your
first night, homeless, like? – Oh hell, well last year, I cried all day and all night, everyday. That’s why they call me crybaby. It was awful, I rode back to my old house. I didn’t know what to do. And then you can’t go to sleep, Because I was scared to go to sleep. I didn’t actually sleep,
until this one guy, who kind of befriended me, sort of, he recycled, and he’d let me
sleep, while he stayed awake. So, you know, there’s that. But I used to not even have a tent, so I would just lay there. You’d always have to have one eye open. I couldn’t just totally go to sleep. – [Interviewer] What would you want people to know about homelessness,
that they probably don’t know? – That (sighing) there
are many different reasons why people are out here, but, we’re still human beings. They don’t even have to… It’s not about because I want them to give me something, or anything, but even sometimes, just to acknowledge, you know, if you’re passing,
or even just a smile. Don’t even have to do that. But know that everybody,
it’s not just one group, and it’s a complex problem to solve. I don’t know what the answer is, but just having people go
away, isn’t the solution. It’s not. And if they only knew how awful it is, because you’re really persecuted. People automatically,
that when I was first, the very first night, I was
hated because I was homeless. And I thought, well, yesterday I was like you guys (laughing). Just, I guess, to be more compassionate. And there are very, there are
kind people, and blessings. I do notice them, but it’s so
overshadowed most of the time by all the negativity, and it’s hard. You can’t be anywhere, you can’t rest, you can’t do anything. They just want you to go. Go over there, you’re blocking a sidewalk. And I physically, I’m 54 years old. I can’t, it’s too much on me. It’s hard, it’s taking a toll. Now, I’m just so exhausted,
I could barely even… I used to leave everyday,
and now I can barely do that. – [Interviewer] You were saying if people just spent two
days out here, they’d change. – I think they would see
it a lot differently, or at least have a
little bit of compassion. Or maybe help think of a solution, rather than just disappear. Because it’s just, it’s unbearable. For me, anyways. There are people, and
they’re mostly younger, it’s a party, their in
their twenties, or younger. – [Interviewer] But that’s
always been Venice culture. – Yes, and you know, and passing through. But there’s a lot of mix in between too, and there’s even people with children. There’s a few that have a baby. But now I know, if I had the opportunity to have like a Section 8, or whatever, just for
starters, I could pull it off. I could totally be a success story. ‘Cause I always paid rent, no matter what. – [Interviewer] But you
need somebody to offer you the housing, in the Section 8. – Yeah, the opportunity. – [Interviewer] The wait list in– – It’s years, and you know,
yeah, so there is there. And I don’t know that I can stay out here. I feel like, I never
believed in killing myself, but I (sighing) I’ve thinked
about it all the time. Because it’s just, it’s unbearable. Waking up every day, and it’s
like the walk to nowhere. You’re just killing time. That’s it. That’s one of the hardest parts, besides moving your stuff
back and forth, all the time, is the walk to nowhere, for me, anyways. – [Interviewer] The walk to nowhere. – Yep (sobbing). – [Interviewer] If you had three
wishes, what would they be? (sobbing) Oh, I’m so sorry. – Oh, I don’t know. I’d probably (sobbing) wish
something for my daughter, instead of myself. (dog barking) I don’t know. Well one of them definitely, is to not be homeless (laughing), so I can have my life back, while I still have time, and
try and correct these things. The other two wishes, I’d have to get back to
you on that (laughing). But yeah, to get out of this
situation, while I still can. – [Interviewer] And people
need to help you do that. – Yeah, like I said, I don’t
know what the solution is, because the shelter,
nobody wants a shelter in their neighborhood, that kind of thing. And I don’t wanna go
to the shelter anyways. I just need an opportunity. There’s a building right over there that’s a Section 8 building. Because I only have $220 cash, a month, but I could do it, no problem. And then you know, and then
go back to work, and so forth. – [Interviewer] So if there
was a path out of homelessness, you’d take it? – Yes, I would. If I had an opportunity
like that, yeah, I would. But I don’t wanna go to
like some city far away, to a shelter or where, whatever. I have animals and you
gotta leave everyday, what’s the point in that? And that’s like a wish. That I wish I had that
opportunity to just have the path, you know and, I don’t know, or had a housing opportunity. But there’s not enough of them. So we’ll see what happens. Meanwhile, though, there’s
no place of storage. If you could store your
stuff, that would take a load, that could change a lot of
things, too, for people. (coughing)
It’s hard to push around all your belongings, everyday. – [Interviewer] Thank you
very much for talking to me. – Oh, you’re welcome, thank you. Thank you for hearing me. (mellow music)


Dooz Owings

May 5, 2019, 2:44 pm Reply

Many of us are one paycheck away from homelessness … I've left behind more belongings than I can remember..

Vincent Gately

May 5, 2019, 1:47 am Reply

Please Lord Jesus give this woman a house thank you Jesus

Aventasia. G

May 5, 2019, 6:45 pm Reply

You guys even dont know what capitalism country is.
America is the most richest and powerful country in the world but there are a lot of homeless people out there. WHY? US Goverment have a lot of money than any country in the world but they dont want give homeless people just basic supplies.WHY? The most important thing is american is capitalism country not socialism which means everthing that you want you gotta work for it fight for it.there is no free thing for you even though you are a homeless person. Just because you are homeless doesnt mean you should get thing for free.thats why there are so much money in the govenment but they will not cut some buedge to help you.so u guys need understand this .The spirit of capitalism is creat,fight,work,compete not mercy. Btw i love homeless people but id rather than tell them truth then just say "fighting"to them.


May 5, 2019, 9:21 pm Reply

If you could get to SC I can give you a room. In my prayers. I will open my home to you and your animals.


May 5, 2019, 9:23 pm Reply

California is one of the worst places to be it's designed for the rich. Full of evil and greed. Please find a way to get out of Cali. God bless you I will be praying for you.

Crystl Fire

May 5, 2019, 2:01 am Reply

We lived in a 400k home, then my husband was layed off. The company went downhill and he was paid to well. Of course we went through panic mode. It's funny how family and friends seem to disappear when you wind up almost homeless. My husband was smart enough to take 401k for all those years. He was 60 when this happened and no company wants to bother hiring someone in their 60's. We sold the 400k home, paid off a $150 k home with the 401k and are now very happy. We survived on my soc. sec. and have been so lucky to have the money in our 401k to not be homeless. My husband had very bad health so he put in for disability which took him 2 years to finally receive. We are OK now but like these homeless people say, you are one paycheck away from being homeless! Even though we had money in our savings, it went very quickly living in a large house. Never use your 401k to keep paying on a house you cannot afford. Sell it and use that money to pay off a smaller and cheaper house. At least you own it and you never will be homeless!

Henryy Mukasa

May 5, 2019, 4:25 pm Reply

I have failed to watch it up to the end because it's so sad


May 5, 2019, 7:59 am Reply

Greedy landlords with all the credit checks and paperwork are worse then drug dealers..ok I vented..sorry

Beatrice Silver

May 5, 2019, 8:45 am Reply

Her words, so graphic. It really is just poverty.

Nina Klepach

May 5, 2019, 2:32 am Reply

Is there a way to help the people you interview? Like can we help them through you in some way ?

Brando Colossus

May 5, 2019, 3:59 am Reply

People are mean to the homeless cuz they're scared to witness the lows that we let our fellow man function at.

Fulori Vakalutusau

May 5, 2019, 4:28 am Reply

what do you wish for when you are homeless? hard question to answer, heart breaking.


Jun 6, 2019, 3:01 pm Reply

It's sad that so many people are disrespectful or downright cruel to homeless people. There's no excuse for treating them like that. We need to treat them with dignity and respect.

Nancy Gebhardt

Jun 6, 2019, 6:01 am Reply

She is 64…… She qualifies for social security……. How does she only have 264.00 a month?

Lara O’neal

Jun 6, 2019, 5:42 pm Reply

The one thing I see they all have in common is THEY MAKE HORRIBLE DECISIONS AND HAVE NO DISCERNMENT ABOUT THE PPL THEY ALLOW IN THEIR LIVES. I’m not saying 100 percent but probably at least 75 percent. They lie also. They do not tell u the whole story. I’m sorry but this has been my experience when I take the time and talk to these people.


Jun 6, 2019, 9:10 am Reply

Omg! I have a 18 yo cat…also 13 yr old and a completely spoiled 1.5 y o. Once again please! God bless this man! Help him please!


Jun 6, 2019, 9:16 am Reply

Honestly buddy. If you see this and come to the Portland Vancouver area. Ill help you get started. I wont pave the way but i will help you.

Nature Lover

Jun 6, 2019, 6:03 am Reply

Hi Mark, I just saw this video but it is six months old. I was wondering if you have any idea of how is she doing now? Were you able set up a go fund me account or something similar for her?… My heart goes out to her and bless her heart she has kept her sweet kitty and doggie by her side in spite of these tragic life events.

Kendra Street

Jun 6, 2019, 8:08 pm Reply

I'm so sorry ?


Jun 6, 2019, 5:21 am Reply

I hate that ppl feel like homeless ppl don’t deserve to even be said hello to. They are human beings, my goodness ppl. Take the time to say hello, or even smile! Please don’t be mean to anyone.

darcie emge

Jun 6, 2019, 9:30 am Reply

She said “my daughter”, can she not stay with the daughter for a period? If not, then why?

Haleema Minhas

Jun 6, 2019, 7:47 am Reply

My heart breaks for her. God bless her and I hope she finds a home:) I cannot even imagine the fear and hopelessness that she feels

Louis Woodard jr

Jun 6, 2019, 7:35 pm Reply

Heart Breaking Seeing Her & Other Homeless Ppl Just Break’s My Heart, God Bless Ms.Alicia, Stay Loose Keep The Faith & Remember God Loves Ya ‘??????????♥️

Lisa Smith

Jun 6, 2019, 1:33 am Reply

How can WE help this lady? She is amazing. WE must be able to do something!


Jun 6, 2019, 2:28 am Reply

This government just approved over 700 billion to the military and the interior is being destroyed. we the people have to change how the government allocates our taxes. we need to take care of our people.

mile high

Jun 6, 2019, 5:10 am Reply

God please help these people,my heart is broken for them

the button

Jun 6, 2019, 11:38 am Reply

My next door neighbor is a gang member that is unemployable because of the tattoos on his face and can not speak English. But he is not homeless!?!?
P.S. he spits out kids like sunflower seeds

Frank Roper

Jun 6, 2019, 9:03 pm Reply

I feel for people that are in harsh circumstances…but when you have less than 300.00 a month and have pets…you need to find homes for those pets. You can't feed yourself and you don's need any pets until you get on your feet again.

Bbss Bsbsb

Jun 6, 2019, 11:52 pm Reply

The world is not a very nice place to begin with but if 1's homeless it's much much worse…

timothy huber

Jun 6, 2019, 12:02 am Reply

To pretty to be homeless

Dr. Officer

Jun 6, 2019, 10:53 pm Reply


Deanna Soriano

Jun 6, 2019, 2:44 am Reply

How do these souls have not 1 person they can turn to for help…not 1 family member….friend..acquaintance willing to take them in??? How do u not have 1 person??????

Jose Escobar

Jun 6, 2019, 4:12 am Reply

I really hope her luck changes am homeless myself an for the most part it hasent change me the thing that hurted me the most was seeing who were my true friends an I realize that non of them were my friends an all my family turn their backs at me but besides that I won't let this change me ama come out of this a better am stronger person but it's sad that I will never trust people who try been my friends

Ruby Chung

Jun 6, 2019, 6:16 pm Reply

I told two Chinese tourists who stared at a homeless man and then took out their camera to remember that he is a human being. Please, let's all remember that too.

Daniel OBrein

Jun 6, 2019, 1:27 am Reply

that is what we see is the young healthy ones who are phonies

Trent Payne

Jun 6, 2019, 4:59 am Reply

Yang 2020, universal Basic income for all.


Jun 6, 2019, 3:50 pm Reply

My gosh! This interview is so raw. Alicia is suffering terribly, her message is hard to hear but it is necessary to make us understand her situation. Alicia explains very well the implications of being older on the street and the accumulated stress that it takes on her. No wonder she cries so much. Anybody would be severely depressed like her. Alicia talks in a coherent way, she assumes responsability for letting someone abuse her. I hope she can get back in housing. I think you could add stories of people that made it out of the homelessness so we can see, what helped them.


Jun 6, 2019, 4:05 pm Reply

Anybody can lose their home unless they live in a world where there is no taxes, or utility bills. We don't know how much we are vulnerable to changes in interest rates, inflation , the economy and the harvest. With climate change, we will have challenging times for everybody. The ones that night fare better are the ones who have nothing , they are used to go by without much. Those who have skills will have a chance.

Under the Surface

Jun 6, 2019, 2:42 pm Reply

Look how beautiful the area is there, she's near the beach on a lovely sunny day with palm trees and flowers around .
She needs to be more positive LLOOLL !!

Under the Surface

Jun 6, 2019, 2:50 pm Reply

She's a fine looking attractive woman i can tell. I bet she was a babe a few years back, she hooked up with a guy with money and he dumped her. Over a year on the streets living like that would make super models start to ''look bad'' in that i mean they get worn out and don't have the space and time and ability to make themselves look attractive.
She was likely spoiled and now she's screwed. I have a feeling she will get back to a place to live that's normal .

Jen P

Jun 6, 2019, 11:23 pm Reply

I wish you could have shown her pets – a 16 year old cat – omigod, poor woman – how does she survive on the streets with a cat – my cat would freak and run. So sad – California is a sinking ship doomed. I left Miami due to the high cost of living – and my recommendation to people in Cali – do the same. Get out.

o x

Jun 6, 2019, 11:46 pm Reply

Just go the ocean and keep walking. Keep walking…

Ryan Derek

Jul 7, 2019, 11:34 pm Reply

People need to be treated humanely with dignity and I’m praying for a beautiful outcome for them all God Bless

Johanna Rodriguez

Jul 7, 2019, 7:19 pm Reply

why does she have to sleep with one eye open? so she doesn't get raped?!!!!! she didn't go into details and i'd like to know why does she have that much fear that she can't sleep?

William Charles

Jul 7, 2019, 5:30 am Reply

I don't feel sorry for her. she can go to chrysalis on pico and Lincoln for help, I live in California it's working distance from where she is being interviewed

Lili Gallardo

Jul 7, 2019, 6:27 am Reply

She has a family why dont they help her ? ? so she dont want to be homeless but has conditions on what she wants “begger cant be choosers “ when you want to get out of something you do all you can! I think she is doing something else she said she get money so ? she said she can work but chooses not to ? wt

Mark Freedom

Jul 7, 2019, 8:18 am Reply

As I watch Invisible People I have to wonder what draws me to watch……1) To learn its real. 2) To learn to be more compassionate of the real stories 3) To be lead to give more to others 4) To experience their lives by their stories and to be grateful for comforts of shelter of a home. 5) To bring me back to a humbleness that anyone can be made homeless due to unfortunate , unfair, unjust circumstances.

julie Montano

Jul 7, 2019, 5:50 pm Reply

I would give anything to win the lottery I would go down there and throw those people money

Santos Clan

Jul 7, 2019, 11:23 pm Reply

All you young guys out there making money save it and buy a property!!! Don’t buy jewelry, clothes cars, don’t get caught in that debt trap!!!

Yen Luong

Jul 7, 2019, 4:28 am Reply

They're homeless and they still have fucken animals with them. Can barely afford to feed themselves. WTF??

Orla B

Jul 7, 2019, 4:36 pm Reply

It's getting like that in Dublin Ireland now too, a lot of middle class becoming homeless. Kids displaying suicidal ideation in emergency accomodation, family's being shoved into hotel rooms by the state and then kicked out during high season. No new landlords or affordable homes for people to rent. I hope this lovely lady can hang on in there until she gets some kind of opportunity ❤️


Jul 7, 2019, 9:04 pm Reply

If she lived near me, I'd let her stay in my camper behind my house, its like a small apartment, until she could get herself together. Btw, the answer to any problem is God. If you give him your life, repent, and cry out to him, he WILL work miracles in your life.


Jul 7, 2019, 11:57 pm Reply

I notice the majority of homeless people have addictions. ?? Don’t help these bums. They just want the care-free easy life and free handouts.

James OHara

Jul 7, 2019, 3:52 am Reply

Why do all these homeless people live in California?

Ely Garcia

Jul 7, 2019, 2:35 pm Reply

Any update on this lady? July 2019

Kevin Fulop

Jul 7, 2019, 5:17 pm Reply

Yes sad, but sounds like she could have avoided this. Having a job and savings is key.

Richard The Lion Hearted

Jul 7, 2019, 6:53 pm Reply

I’m not one paycheck to being homeless. It’s called planning. ??

Dove Smiling

Jul 7, 2019, 8:56 pm Reply

Yet we help all those illegal aliens that are coming here with housing, food, clothing, medical care, and money. Take a look at her clothing. Then take a look at all the expensive donations to the illegal aliens. Ashame for our democrat socialists congressmen that prefer illegal aliens for their future vote.


Jul 7, 2019, 9:50 pm Reply

It true about that feeling of killing ur self , I’m homeless too and don’t have any family left and there’s not a moment out of the day that suicide doesn’t pop up on the mind .

terry waller

Jul 7, 2019, 2:01 am Reply

How did she pay rent when she had an apartment? Did her income stop when she lost her apartment? Many unanswered questions. She says she has 227 monthly income, does she get SNAP?

Sylvia Armstrong

Jul 7, 2019, 2:32 am Reply

The section 8 is being given to the illegal immigrants! The Illuminutti really want the Americans to die!

Angelika Bertrand

Jul 7, 2019, 4:47 am Reply

Why cant any one find a christian heart and help her? Its sad.


Jul 7, 2019, 10:27 am Reply

This is why I can’t stand most people! People shouldn’t be living and treated like this!!! Hopefully someday this shit ends!!

Donald Landon

Jul 7, 2019, 10:48 am Reply

I wish I was there… I’d say “ Let me help you with your belongings and animals, I have an extra room at my place…”❤️❤️❤️???


Jul 7, 2019, 10:57 am Reply

The old sinuses sound like they be bunged up with cocaine imo

West Coast Ghosts Salem Oregon Investigators

Jul 7, 2019, 12:20 pm Reply

I started working in the community when I was 14 years old and at Resource Centers…. And it was eye opening even though I grew up homeless and in foster homes for year's…. And than in housing with my parents…. And watching the humility in my family growing up it's something you don't want to see in other ppl . And that part sucks because when you have nothing but money for bills you really can't do as much as you want to.
As soon as I'm able though you better believe I want to have out RESOURCE PACKETS AND CUSTOMIZE it to how you doing TAKE NO for an answer sometimes, especially dealing with the SSA and the DHS ! You stay there all damn day until they have an answer for you. Don't let them make you feel inferior , that's a decision! Don't let them make you feel that way. There is help. Take to any social platform you can and tell your stories!

Mel TC

Jul 7, 2019, 3:20 pm Reply

Does she still work? Where is her location? California? They should help their homeless

Mel TC

Jul 7, 2019, 4:09 pm Reply

Many homeless have no relationship with family due to straining relationships by always needing help or expecting help with no pay back. We have two family members who would be homeless if it wasn’t for family. It gets old quick when they are helped but do nothing to help themselves.

Dk N

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Jul 7, 2019, 2:48 am Reply

GOD, I wish I could help her!

Stayros Paparunas

Jul 7, 2019, 4:03 am Reply

When it rains,they come n torture u….it seems so a nice woman….n speaks very well…she isn't a drug user

Eric Bullis

Jul 7, 2019, 8:18 am Reply

Y'all need to get a piece of land and start farming it do it like they did it before money was ever invented money is just an IOU just a piece of paper to wipe your ass on yats put in the hard work and you going to need more have a community to help out government don't give a s*** about people all they care about is that you or the ATM greedy politicians greedy and wicked people this ends of the world you just got to do whatever you got to do to survive and the best way to do it is to live off the land they don't want you to live off the land they don't want you to be able to lift yourself up and have pride the main thing humans need is food water and shelter people need to be grateful for that and you have to put the effort in contribute something if I was homeless I would look at the homeless Community start grouping people together pull in whatever money together and get a piece of land and start farming find someone that knows agriculture get it done I didn't build small single units for living make it the train turn it into compost even human waste after all it is fertilizer

Carl D. Schroeder

Jul 7, 2019, 7:05 pm Reply

Just keep voting for Democrats.

robert demaree

Jul 7, 2019, 10:27 pm Reply

did anyone ever help her God bless her

Kathy Larson

Jul 7, 2019, 3:27 am Reply

Maybe she should try to get out of california, 200 dollars cash should get you a bus ticket out of california, having lived in Venus beach in the good old days, If I was younger I would live in there in my van

Eva Flowers

Jul 7, 2019, 2:52 pm Reply

This can happen to all of us, be grateful for what you have.

Angel G

Jul 7, 2019, 4:23 pm Reply

I live very very far from cali. Please help her. I will send her my address and help her get on her feet if i could.

Tanker 99

Jul 7, 2019, 2:44 am Reply

You got to love the California politics, you voted these people in office and they can't take care of Americans, welcome everyone from other countries I give them everything free, enjoy California, just my opinion.

Marcus Rezzonico

Jul 7, 2019, 3:51 am Reply

I’ve lived off the land before.. you gotta be able to live off the land or you won’t survive

Jan loves many

Jul 7, 2019, 7:09 pm Reply

Well IF she voted for democrats" she's getting exactly what you voted for sad to say!!

Jenny Johnson

Jul 7, 2019, 8:26 pm Reply

Most people are just one check away from being on the streets.

We have to fight against our consumeristic society and invest money in order to have a good pot of money for emergencies.

One simple strategy is to automatically transfer $20 from your checking to savings account each month.

Prayers for this lady. God bless you. I see you and wish I could keep you company this afternoon.


Jul 7, 2019, 3:38 am Reply

If you are pro DACA and illegal alien but are on here talking about how you feel sorry for the homeless American citizen MAKE UP YOUR DAMN MIND.


Jul 7, 2019, 9:41 pm Reply

I'd love 2c a update I wish her and her creatures the very best & happy trails ?

ego bias

Jul 7, 2019, 3:12 am Reply

this is due to economical inequality, which is very bad in usa. capitalism is progressively becoming more and more inhuman and terrible, and the majority of people suffer for this. it's time to seriously rethink the capitalist system people. look at how much this woman is suffering.

Michelle Bowman

Jul 7, 2019, 5:25 am Reply


Dominique badass

Jul 7, 2019, 2:48 am Reply

how can I get ahold of this women??? I want to help her and her pets!!!!! please help me get a hold of her!!!!!!

greg gardini

Jul 7, 2019, 5:03 pm Reply

It was a great country once. Sad!

Demonetized Dreams

Jul 7, 2019, 9:11 am Reply

Women never take responsibility for their decisions. Why do they constantly have to blame someone else? Stupid bitch worked for all those years, never invested any of it and never bothered to maintain a savings account. It’s your own damn fault.


Jul 7, 2019, 11:31 pm Reply

I hope you helped that lady …you are making a lot of money on You Tube from all their misery !!

Erik Lau

Jul 7, 2019, 5:43 am Reply

Ask them what does it takes to get off hopelessness.

Hestra Tittseorth

Jul 7, 2019, 11:49 pm Reply

This country is falling apart and failing the American people.We are the most richest
Country in the world and refuse to help the homeless. All this country see is capital.
The rich think about money and how they
Can make more money.
I blame big corporations and banks running people out of their homes.
I also have a theory that government want to get rid of as many middle class and poor people as possible.
They are chasing us out to get to nowhere.
You see how the puterican ran the governor out.
If the American people wanna see change? Then you better ban together and
take your country back. Boycott the corporations, don't spend money because you're just making them rich and richer.
This government know they are in trouble down the line, that's why they have those Fema camps ready for the poor and everybody else just in case when SHTF.
It's going to happen. It's been too quiet.

Denis Chotchie

Jul 7, 2019, 9:56 pm Reply

So sad, I hope she pulls through. God bless and keep faith!

Lee McMullan

Aug 8, 2019, 3:48 am Reply

the ridiculous thing is that homeless people are some of the most compassionate souls you will ever meet in your life. Some of the best people I have met were homeless and blessing them with a few dollars and food ends up making my day.. Giving is receiving and if you haven't figured that out yet your soul will be homeless when you die and every homeless person will have a huge house in heaven.

andrew mutie

Aug 8, 2019, 5:18 pm Reply

America has really changed…. for the worst….

Louise Mayrand

Aug 8, 2019, 4:50 pm Reply

I hope she has accepted Jesus as her personal Savior.john 14:6 says he is the way,truth. And the life.hope she is OK.will pray!☺️

Emilie DeLeon Reyes

Aug 8, 2019, 7:40 pm Reply

I don't understand why one of her long time neighbors won't let her stay with them for a short time

The Fierce Love Of Christ King

Aug 8, 2019, 1:45 am Reply

Veterans are blessed.. I was able to find a veterans shelter in 4 months and section 8 in 3 months. I know people paying $25-50 bucks a month on Section 8. I paid $395. I pray for this lady so that God can help her find the help she needs. I used to Uber and sleep in my car. That was hell but I pulled it off everyday.

Judy Agallar

Aug 8, 2019, 3:37 am Reply

Women should always look out for themselves she said that her boyfreind drained her money then dumped her. I pray she gets a job and gets off the street

Barbara Hartlett

Aug 8, 2019, 11:37 am Reply

Did Venice Beach woman ever get help like the woman under the bridge?

Dan Calestini

Aug 8, 2019, 8:45 am Reply

Not only is this sad but at the same time it really pisses me off

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