Delavan Police Trying To Help Homeless Individual; Asking Residents To Avoid Giving Money

Delavan Police are asking the public to not give money to the homeless individual around Downtown, as it is not benefitting the man. Police say they continue to work with Walworth DHHS to provide the man services, but the man is refusing. The City says they will continue to work to address the man’s needs, and reminds that there are both food banks, and the winter shelter available to those who need them, but the services have to be accepted. The police says that the shelter does a tremendous job of helping homeless individuals adjust to a life of self-sustainability.

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