INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The Pathways to Employment Program is in its second year as panhandlers and the homeless population are able to find work in downtown. Recycle Force, an electrical waste recycling company continues to help people get off the streets and into positions where they can earn money. NewsContinue Reading

Supportive housing reduces homelessness, improves public safety and saves taxpayer money. It’s the kind of successful program that brings together the public and private sector, nonprofits and faith-based groups — even Democrats and Republicans. So, why is it suddenly under attack by the state of Texas? “This doesn’t make anyContinue Reading

CHICO — After seven months of uncertainty handling years of increasing homelessness during the COVID-19 pandemic, Chico staff and the City Council reached steps toward agreement Tuesday night. City Manager Mark Orme presented a revised approach for the city’s Homeless Opportunities Plan, what he called the Quality of Life plan,Continue Reading

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Shelters and housing advocates in the Twin Cities are preparing for the drop in temperatures coming this week. Steve Horsfield, executive director of Simpson Housing Services, says he’s feeling pressure. “We know the cold weather’s coming,” Horsfield said. “This is Minnesota. It’s not a mystery.” RELATED: Mpls.Continue Reading