here In 2011, Celebs Give Back partnered with community leaders, businesses, and celebs to created "Hit the Street" (HTS) homeless campaign as a way to bring necessary services to people experiencing homelessness in our chapter areas. HTS uses a unique approach to meet the needs of homeless in our communities. With Hitting the Street by their side, a person experiencing homelessness can find services that would otherwise take months to secure. During each event, corporations, nonprofits, and government agencies provide participants with services that has the power to change their life.  These services include dental care, eyeglasses, HIV testing, housing information, food, hygiene products, medical care, mental health services, SSI benefits, legal advice, State identification cards, voice mail accounts, employment counseling/job placement, wheelchair repair, addiction services, and more. In response to the changing needs of the homeless and low-income population, HTS continues to expand our resources. Call your local chapter for more information and ways to get involved with Hit the Streets campaign!

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