One U.S. state began providing free apartments to the homeless with no strings attached. As part of a welfare expansion, the state saw a 74 percent decline in homelessness.
This state is none other than America's conservative capital - Utah. Housing Work praised the "ten year action plan" as "deeply progressive, multi-tier aid scheme that is being employed to provide varying levels of assistance."
Village Capital announced the winners of the $50,000 prize awarded to social entrepreneurs who don’t “self-define as social entrepreneurs”. The winners didn’t start out thinking of themselves as social enterprises.
A Conservative State is Front Rank to Ending Homelessness by 2015