Old structures CAN be re-purposed to end chronic homelessness!: Rosanne Haggerty, pioneer in supportive housing, moves into social innovation. – Courant.com


Here’s a great article about Common Ground & a project to reuse older facilities for housing the homeless! Wow, can we find a few structures in Savannah for a project like this? Our answer is YES we can! We just need the political will & the social will to move forward! Let us know what you think!

via Rosanne Haggerty, pioneer in supportive housing, moves into social innovation. – Courant.com.

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