Recovery is such a tricky subject
Apr 10 2017
Six of those programs would receive funding renewals of more than $1 million. Statewide, Indiana received $16.4 million in continuum of care funding. Those who are listed as chronically homeless typically have been sleeping on the streets or in an emergency shelter for at least a year or four times in the past three years.
Substance abuse, chronic mental illness and poor physical health can all contribute to a person becoming homeless, but increasingly, Northwest Indiana is making moves to offer permanent housing alongside support services to the chronically homeless
Read more at the Chicago Post Tribune.