100K Homes: Emptying America’s Streets

by Lara Rhodes Each day approximately 700,000 people in America are homeless,[1] and 110,000 of them are considered “chronically homeless,”[2] living on the streets or in a shelter for more than a year. Despite these shocking statistics, homelessness takes a backseat to other hot-button issues, such as healthcare reform and immigration.   To many who live … Continue reading 100K Homes: Emptying America’s Streets