Have you or a loved one ended up residing in a shelter for the homeless? Do you struggle to remain houseless? The strategies in this article can help you feel better about yourself and your circumstances. Most shelters require this, especially ones where you can stay for extended periods of time, store your personal belongings, and have medications administered or monitored by a staff member. This advice is best suited for people who are currently substance-abuse free as well as emotionally and physically stable. Being homeless may be a very stressful situation. You probably already had to let go of some things, but maybe you were able to store some of them until you were able to find a permanent or semi-permanent place to live again. You need to think and act now in a way that will benefit you in the future. By regularly looking through your belongings and storing what you don’t need, try to make a point of maximizing your limited space. Consider both what will benefit you and what will hinder you while deciding what to keep. By doing this, you will have less to worry about managing while you get back on your feet and will be able to manage your stress levels better.