One in Five Adults in Households with Hunger Considered Suicide

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One in Five Adults in Households with Hunger Considered Suicide

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One in Five Adults in Households with Hunger Considered Suicide

Severe financial stress triggers hunger for nearly all households with members who sometimes go hungry. The adults in these households do not always have enough money to eat what their bodies need. In addition, the help they can get from other sources – family, friends, charities, and government assistance – is not always enough to compensate for their inadequate incomes.
Read One in Five Adults in Households with Hunger Considered Suicide (PDF).

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Written by staff at the Oregon Center for Public Policy.

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