Friday, May 22, 2009

Dallas Morning News puts Homelessness in the Headlines Again

From the Dallas Morning News:
… The center, which now has a $7 million annual budget, was built to help the chronically homeless and quickly move them into longer-term housing. The costs rose during the first year, from $6.4 million annually, after twice as many people as expected came for help. In addition to sheltering 300 a night, The Bridge provides a place for hundreds more to go during the day for mental health care, substance abuse treatment, meals and laundry.

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