“‘Homeless veteran.’ It’s a stinging coupling of words in a nation that prides itself on the reverence placed on military service. Unfortunately, reverence doesn’t keep out the rain.”
“Enter a community group in Kansas City, Mo., that believes tiny houses will provide thousands of the city’s veterans a home.
More than 37,000 American veterans are homeless, according to the most recent count from the Department of Housing and Human Development. While that number represents a 50-percent drop since 2010, there are still more than 22,000 living in temporary shelters and over 14,000 ‘living in places not meant for human habitation,’ according to the department.”
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