The Changing Face of Hunger

As the fall-out of the recession¬†lingers on, I am seeing more and more families in my clinic who are facing food insecurity and hunger.¬†Many of these are¬†families who used to be solidly middle class, but have been out of work for a year. They’ve already sold their car, their home, some of their belongings. They are running short each month. They are not sure where to turn, and they are often ashamed to talk about it. Continue reading