A February 24 article in WCNC Charlotte, “’Our homeless neighbors are human beings:’ County leaders working to find permanent housing for Tent City residents,” stresses the importance of temporary hotel-stays for people experiencing homelessness, but also emphasizes that expanding federal government programs like the Housing Credit is critical to addressing homelessness in the long term.
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