My 30 year old homeless son says he’s starving and could I buy him a few cans of beans. The food he gets once a week he says is mostly perishable and he lives in his car and in the summer heat it spoils quick. He had been going for one meal a day at the soup pantry but three days ago he said a guy sitting next to him at dinner all of a sudden accused him of taking his cell phone from him. He claims he attempted to assault him and three of the workers held him back while they told my son he should head out while they held him back. He said no one was even suggesting to call the police. The guy told him he was going to get him and when my son returned to the area of the soup kitchen a day later he did see this guy outside. My son is not a fighter. His issues are anxiety, doesn’t work and blames me for every failure and is verbally abusive to me when he doesn’t get his way. Now his one meal a day is gone. How do I not cave and go get him food? As far as the cell phone, my son I’m sure didn’t take it. I know as we all do many have issues at these pantries for homeless. This guy was fine one minute and went off the next. I am trying to detach and not run to him with food. I question if I’m doing the right thing. I just don’t want to add one more item of enabling when I’m trying to stop other parts of it.