You have not provided a single shred of evidence for your claim, you simply blame people for their circumstances. Not everything is individual responsibility and studies of why the homeless are homeless show that is generally caused by something going wrong and things spiraling out of control, usually involving debt. Its no joke that many people end up homeless because of the inability to pay a single bill and getting trapped in an exploitative debt cycle. And when the actual evidence contradicts you, you simply double down talking out of your ass. "I don't have to read your links because I know first hand" shows how uninterested you are in anything except blaming the homeless for their circumstances. You can stick your fingers in your ears and go lalala all you want but you wont be convincing anyone else with that. Your anecdotes do not actually counter scientific studies.It is a proven fact that the vast majority of people you see living on the streets under those conditions made not one, but many poor lifestyle choices before ending up in their predicament. If you don't believe me, you can google it, or perhaps you can go down to Mass & Cass and do a survey. I don't have to read your links because I know first hand, that all the housing, money, love, caring, prayers, pleading, food and any other righteous thing you can think of doesn't do a damn bit of good unless you treat the underlying problem. You can OD, drink yourself to death, commit suicide or get murdered just as easily in the confines of your own home as out on the streets.
And sure bad things can happen to you in your own home but you really are going to say that those things are equally likely? You are way more vulnerable to anyone who may want to attack you if you cannot even close a door between yourself and them (homeless people are victims of much higher degrees of violence in general), You are much more likely to OD or die from an OD when you are exposed to the elements (this is also why safe injection sites demonstrably save lives). You very clearly have no idea what you are talking about, especially what its actually like to be homeless, and you would much rather simply assume everyone on the streets is there for their own failings than grapple with the fact that a system that benefits you clearly is failing many others. And beyond that there is simply no indication that not providing homes means that people will get the care you claim to support but only seem to be bringing up to deny other forms of care, if anything it makes it less likely (as studies routinely show).
Even if housing people does not address underlying drug problems, mental health struggles etc (and again there is considerable evidence that it does go a long way to addressing those, or at very least making them possible to address) you don't have to deal with those things on the street. You clearly believe the poor should suffer, and you justify it with nonsense about personal responsibility, however society has collective responsibilities as well, including to minimize suffering, and we very much can minimize suffering here. There are strategies (housing everyone without condition) that are proven to work, your rejection of them shows where your true interests lie no matter how much you try to dress up your disdain as humanitarian.