SHEPHERDSVILLE - A common homelessness stereotype includes adult males panhandling on the street.
Groups like Shepherd’s Shelter constantly attempt to increase awareness about many different types of victims, including families, single parents, the disabled, the elderly and veterans.
Families and single parents mean there are also homeless children in the community.
Linda Nason, social worker with Bullitt County Public Schools, acts as a liaison for Shepherd’s Shelter. She said children were the most difficult homeless victims to identify.