John Stennes / Forum News Service
Mark and Tanya Vega and their six children, clockwise from top center, Tyler, Justice, Carlos, Kayden, Julian and Ethan.
Bad credit, choices serve as barrier to housing
GRAND FORKS — They crash at friends’ places, stay with relatives or can sometimes afford a motel room.
There’s a roof over their heads and they’re not on the streets in the public eye, but these people are homeless — a group that sometimes seems to slip through the cracks of a social care system by circumstance or by choice.
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