Harley David West.
Homelessness took me to the Salvation Army Life House. After severe depression, anxiety and PTSD I contemplated suicide.
After living in a subculture of homeless drug abusers my landscape has changed so that I can recognise an equilibrium of anxiety, depression and others contemplating suicide amongst my horizon.
This horizon has opened my eyes so that I was able to come to the conclusion that my struggle breaking the cycle of depression is on the equal level to everyone who lives within a homeless shelter or is still living on the streets.
CLEAN UP YOUR ACT is a non profit organisation dedicated to improving the lifestyles of homelessness and all forms of drug abuse that coincide a negative aftermath to the environment and to public health and safety.
Some people don’t get out of the city they live in, let alone a homeless drug addict.
We have already seen a positive uptake in those willing to volunteer their time, by thanking them we organise food and transport on the day and planned trips to the countryside for the volunteers that took part.
CLEAN UP YOUR ACT is a non profit organisation that provides food, transport and days out for the community. We need donations to continue this service, and provide uniforms to make those feel part of a team.
You can find out more about my organisation here - https://hero2zero.org