Well, a good step in the right direction would be to make them register, fill out some paper-work and provide proof of income or lack thereof, maybe require a DSS referral and set time limits on their participation with the option to renew it a time or two.
There are numerous ways to go about this, nothing's full-proof but they could at least try.
Lol bro Im not talking of the future. IM SAYING NOW. AT THIS MOMENT? Or do you neglect the poor because these problems are not in place? Do you neglect the man that has taken himself to being a beggar because "hes a crack addict looking for his next fix?" Dont answer that. Just answer my question and quit dancing around it lol
HOW DO YOU DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN WHO NEEDS HELP AND WHO DOESNT?
The programs you keep talking about are not in place NOW. That was what my question was about. NOW. Not tomorrow or the time period of when those programs will exist (they wont).