Jada Riley thought she had overcome homelessness.
The 26-year-old was finally earning a steady income cleaning houses during the pandemic to afford a one-bedroom apartment for $700 a month. But she lost almost all of her customers after Hurricane Ida hit last year. Then she was laid off from a job at a grocery store in February after taking leave to help a relative.
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