Copeland's photo is featured in Tuesday's article, Pure Poverty, part of our series on the state of childhood health on the reservation.
Poverty magnifies stress and inhibits access to health care, posing a threat to Native youth who hold the key to the community’s well-being for decades to come.
Less money spent on government assistance programs means healthier state budgets, and could also result in more parents spending time with their families.
Wyoming can give homeless a place to live, and save money
— December 3, 2013
Wyoming is nearly a decade behind its neighbor Utah in doing something to end its chronic homelessness problem, but it’s never too late to start. …
Wyoming has a poor record of caring for its homeless, but we don’t have to re-invent the wheel to improve on solutions.