• LagunaTri

    Plenty of services out there, but many don’t want to live with the conditions (treatment, counseling, curfews, etc.) that come with the assistance. I’ll help homeless families any day, but I’ve volunteered, been burned and learned my lessons (it took more than one instance). Life’s about choices. The rest of us–and tax-paying families in Mission Viejo–work and live by society’s standards in order to have the basics. When drugs and the freedom to do whatever the hell you want, when you want, are more important than working for food and shelter, your personal Maslow pyramid is messed up.

  • Steve Charles

    Mike Robbins can certainly open his home to the homeless. Unless he’s just virtue signaling to make himself look holier than thou. How about it Mike? How many are homeless will you and your family take in this month?