Announcement: A series on homeless living in a shelter, please follow: Faces of Homelessness: A Night at the Shelter – Burke, VA Patch


This series (from Fairfax, VA) seems worth following!

We need to understand the shelter system & match our (Savannah’s) approaches to those of others & do a gap analysis!

More is coming with models we’ve found that take the shelter concept & put it on steroids for ENDING homelessness!

Stay tuned to our pages, blogs & social media channels as we evolve & share the concept of the future with a real strategy to ending homelessness as we know it today!

Faces of Homelessness: A Night at the Shelter – Burke, VA Patch.

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