My wife and I have taken in a number of needy individuals. One was a 77 year old woman who lost her low-rent accommodations and needed time to arrange her affairs to be able to live on her social security. Another was a gentleman with alcohol abuse who needed a place to stay while completing a county rehabilitation program and seeking employment. A third was a young man who was estranged from his family and needed time to complete his high school equivalency, take some college courses, and find a career. He is now employed as a sports coach. We have never had any problems with any of the people we have taken in.