True, many of these men are homeless, but they have needs far greater than shelter. Most of the men we help are in crisis. They are facing situations that any of us would find overwhelming. They have lost family, loved ones, jobs, or homes. They have suffered illness or addiction. They are struggling to rejoin society after years in prison. Most of these problems have deep roots developed over many years. Yet these men are our brothers, our fathers, and our sons; and we will help them.