Guest Cathy Crowe has spent years as a street nurse, an inherently political job. She works with people who live at the intersection of failed housing policies and a crumbling public healthcare system.
After years learning from the unhoused community and advocating not just for their needs, but to an end to homeless itself, Cathy knows how imperative this fight is and where we are falling short.
We hear the different tactics being employed to secure the most basic rights for people living Street nursing was a profession meant to be temporary, but is now needed more than ever. on the streets, a job that got harder to do during the pandemic. As we find out, homelessness isn't just a denial of housing, but often of healthcare as well.
Street nursing was a profession meant to be temporary, but is now needed more than ever.