The causes of this phenomenon are varied, but are often related to domestic, economic, or social disruption, including but not limited to: poverty; breakdown of homes and/or families; political unrest; acculturation; sexual, physical or emotional abuse; domestic violence; lured away by pimps, Internet predators, or begging syndicates; mental health problems; substance abuse; and sexual orientation or gender identity issues.[23] Children may end up on the streets due to cultural factors.

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