I was driving home on my afternoon commute and saw a younger guy pan handling for change from the cars stopped at the light. I went to look for something to give him and realized I didn't have a physical cent in my car and this got me really thinking. What IS homelessness going to look like in the next 10-20 years as we move further and further into a cashless society. What effect is the coming automation revolution going to have here? For the older members, has the drastically decreasing social stigma around mental illness had any effect you can see? I'm really curious about any success stories from your local areas or elsewhere that you've read about because I honestly can't see an easy fix to the situation, even if the political will was 100% there.