Interview with Caleb Poirier about his experiences of depression, becoming homeless, and eventually founding Camp Take Notice, a tent city for people without homes in Ann Arbor, MI. Read more at, and watch another interview with Poirier with more details about the camp, its peer support, principles, and progressive solutions. Very articulate and perceptive views that challenge stereotypes and conventions. The camp is a registered non-profit and accepts online donations.

Producer: Invisible Featuring: Caleb Poirier
Format: Flash Date: **/09/10
Length: 00:05:36  
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APA Reference
Kiume, S. (2011). Camp Take Notice. Psych Central. Retrieved on October 25, 2014, from


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