Teen with Cerebral Palsy makes desperate midnight phone calls to find shelter
Benjamin Williamson is a 17-year-old honors student. He has Cerebral Palsy and uses a wheelchair. He’s also homeless and his plight paints a stark picture of what it means to be homeless when you are living with a disability. Ben estimates his odds of ever finding an accessible place to live at “one-in-a-million.” Benjamin says the March of Dimes apartment complex has a wait list of 10-15 years.