Or, if you want to scare people about sex, you can claim that 1-in-3 people have an STD, which is only true if you count things like HPV as an STD, when its actual effect on most people is negligible. You might as well count the common cold as an STD. Most people have it, right? And they may have gotten it from someone they were "intimate" with - by shaking their hand! Better wear rubber gloves!
"In fact, Utah still has a substantial homeless problem. The overall homeless population is around 14,000.
The chronically homeless, on the other hand, are a subset of the homeless population that is often the most vulnerable. These are people who have been living on the streets for more than a year, or four times in the last three years, and who have a "disabling condition" — that includes serious mental illness, an addiction or a physical disability or illness.
By implementing a model known as Housing First, Utah has reduced that number from nearly 2,000 people in 2005, to fewer than 200 now."