Dion covers his face due to high stress of having to be a Lyft and Uber driver while being homeless. Dion feels like his passengers can sense the smell in his car and he worries about his ratings going down.
       
     
 Kimberly lives in her car with her son Dion. Their car is what they call home as they await to find housing from section 8 vouchers. Many people have section 8 vouchers but can't find a place because landlords reject them. Kimberly Dominique and her son have a voucher, but are homeless because they can't find a landlord who will take it.
       
     
 Dion usually watches and plays video games on his phone while his mom sleeps earlier in the night.
       
     
 As the sun rises, Kimberly uses her phone to check on messages from lawyers and friends while Dion sleeps in the back.
       
     
 Kimberly wakes up early right before the sunrise to make sure her son sleeps through the night. Kimberly doesn’t sleep much due to fear of being ticketed or asked to leave the property. They park in hospitals to make sure if any emergency occurs, they’ll be right around the corner.
       
     
 A sleepy Dion says, “five more minutes.” 29 year-old Dion is autistic and living in a car with his mom. She looks after him and he provides for her by driving Lyft and Uber.
       
     
 Kimberly has over 12 bottles of prescription bottles due to an overwhelming amount of health issues that include a recent hip replacement.
       
     
 Kimberly waits for her son Dion to wake up from a mid afternoon nap. On a regular day, Dion would be working, but due to car troubles, Kimberly and Dion rent a used car and run errands.
       
     
 Dion chain smokes cigarettes to ease with his depression and anxiety. He gets embarrassed and talks about quitting, but the act of escaping reality through a cigarette keeps him with the habit.
       
     
 Kimberly begins to get ready for bed as the sun sets behind her. They parked their car on a hospital parking lot for the evening. After long days of waiting for Dion, Kimberly gets back “home” to a restful night ahead.
       
     
 Dion covers his face due to high stress of having to be a Lyft and Uber driver while being homeless. Dion feels like his passengers can sense the smell in his car and he worries about his ratings going down.
       
     

Dion covers his face due to high stress of having to be a Lyft and Uber driver while being homeless. Dion feels like his passengers can sense the smell in his car and he worries about his ratings going down.

 Kimberly lives in her car with her son Dion. Their car is what they call home as they await to find housing from section 8 vouchers. Many people have section 8 vouchers but can't find a place because landlords reject them. Kimberly Dominique and her son have a voucher, but are homeless because they can't find a landlord who will take it.
       
     

Kimberly lives in her car with her son Dion. Their car is what they call home as they await to find housing from section 8 vouchers. Many people have section 8 vouchers but can't find a place because landlords reject them. Kimberly Dominique and her son have a voucher, but are homeless because they can't find a landlord who will take it.

 Dion usually watches and plays video games on his phone while his mom sleeps earlier in the night.
       
     

Dion usually watches and plays video games on his phone while his mom sleeps earlier in the night.

 As the sun rises, Kimberly uses her phone to check on messages from lawyers and friends while Dion sleeps in the back.
       
     

As the sun rises, Kimberly uses her phone to check on messages from lawyers and friends while Dion sleeps in the back.

 Kimberly wakes up early right before the sunrise to make sure her son sleeps through the night. Kimberly doesn’t sleep much due to fear of being ticketed or asked to leave the property. They park in hospitals to make sure if any emergency occurs, they’ll be right around the corner.
       
     

Kimberly wakes up early right before the sunrise to make sure her son sleeps through the night. Kimberly doesn’t sleep much due to fear of being ticketed or asked to leave the property. They park in hospitals to make sure if any emergency occurs, they’ll be right around the corner.

 A sleepy Dion says, “five more minutes.” 29 year-old Dion is autistic and living in a car with his mom. She looks after him and he provides for her by driving Lyft and Uber.
       
     

A sleepy Dion says, “five more minutes.” 29 year-old Dion is autistic and living in a car with his mom. She looks after him and he provides for her by driving Lyft and Uber.

 Kimberly has over 12 bottles of prescription bottles due to an overwhelming amount of health issues that include a recent hip replacement.
       
     

Kimberly has over 12 bottles of prescription bottles due to an overwhelming amount of health issues that include a recent hip replacement.

 Kimberly waits for her son Dion to wake up from a mid afternoon nap. On a regular day, Dion would be working, but due to car troubles, Kimberly and Dion rent a used car and run errands.
       
     

Kimberly waits for her son Dion to wake up from a mid afternoon nap. On a regular day, Dion would be working, but due to car troubles, Kimberly and Dion rent a used car and run errands.

 Dion chain smokes cigarettes to ease with his depression and anxiety. He gets embarrassed and talks about quitting, but the act of escaping reality through a cigarette keeps him with the habit.
       
     

Dion chain smokes cigarettes to ease with his depression and anxiety. He gets embarrassed and talks about quitting, but the act of escaping reality through a cigarette keeps him with the habit.

 Kimberly begins to get ready for bed as the sun sets behind her. They parked their car on a hospital parking lot for the evening. After long days of waiting for Dion, Kimberly gets back “home” to a restful night ahead.
       
     

Kimberly begins to get ready for bed as the sun sets behind her. They parked their car on a hospital parking lot for the evening. After long days of waiting for Dion, Kimberly gets back “home” to a restful night ahead.