ending veteran homelessness

"The men and women who have fought for this nation should not have to fight to keep a roof over their head.”
These men and women are trained to handle extreme circumstances, and many have lived through combat. But their leaving active duty doesn't just change the work they do, it changes the very fabric of their lives.
One report last year found that it costs Central Florida about $31,000 annually to keep a homeless person in the shelter
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Obama administration said Monday it has pushed back by one year its goal for ending chronic homelessness
On Sept. 16, Chicago became the latest major U.S. city to announce plans to end veteran homelessness by the end of 2015, as