How 4 Places Across The U.S. Are Finding Solutions To HomelessnessPlay
More than a half million people in the U.S. have been identified as homeless. It's a chronic issue that only seems to get worse. But in some places, government and private-sector agencies have made huge strides working together to reduce or even end chronic homelessness. In this special edition of the Here & Now podcast, host Jeremy Hobson looks at four places seeing success: New Orleans, Bergen County, New Jersey, Chicago and Atlanta.
This program aired on February 22, 2019.