Stakeholder Control: Solving Homelessness & Care for Mentally Ill

Taminad Crittenden
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3 min readFeb 18

The mentally ill who have not committed crimes, and the deliberately homeless, should have options: a one acre plot land, or a group living complex, with both options always available. All addicts can be considered mentally ill.

The group living complex could be a traditional prison, or it could be a group prison farm established under previously articulated Stakeholder Control principles, in which the pre-existing owner(s) interview newcomers to determine whether to admit them.