Oklahoma City on the Right Track to End to Chronic Homelessness


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The national 100,000 Homes campaign officially launched in Oklahoma City in January last year to put 84 people in houses before the end of 2013 has been a success.

In fact, more than 200 got sheltered. The chronically homeless have been on the streets for longer than a year or four times in the past three years and have disabling conditions.

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