A series looking at places around the U.S. that are successfully reducing homelessness, and how they're doing it.
The city of Atlanta is using some innovative approaches to tackle homelessness, which has dropped by almost 30 percent since 2015.
The University of Illinois Hospital has started providing permanent housing for homeless patients that repeatedly show up in emergency rooms.
Bergen County, the most populous county in New Jersey, was recognized as the first community in the country to end chronic homelessness.
Two years after Hurricane Katrina, there were more than 11,600 homeless people in New Orleans. Since then, the city has brought that number down 90 percent.