How Housing for the Chronically Homeless May Save Taxpayers Money - Christina Scotti for FOX Business

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An interesting article from the US on Homelessness solutions.

Four years ago, an initiative called 100,000 Homes was launched by the non-profit Community Solutions with the aim of placing 100,000 chronically homeless people in permanent housing. The deadline was July 2014 -- and today, the movement has surpassed its goal and says this milestone is saving taxpayers an estimated $1.3 billion annually across 238 U.S. communities.

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