Local Service Providers Launch The Way Home Campaign to End Chronic Homelessness in DC

Friday, January 17, 2014

On January 29th, people across the country will count our neighbors who are living on the streets and in shelters.  Last year, there were approximately 1,800 people in DC identified as chronically homeless - they have been homeless for years and have a chronic health conditions.
Join DC residents, people of faith, non-profits, and other groups the night of the count as we launch The Way Home campaign to end chronic homelessness in DC by 2017.
When: January 29th from 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Where: National City Christian Church
               5 Thomas Cir NW, Washington, DC 20005
Register and come to show your support and hear from local and national experts, fomerly homeless individuals, and others about solutions to chronic homelessness.
Learn how you can join the movement to end chronic homelessness in DC by 2017 so that when we do the 2018 count, there will no longer be people who have been homeless for years. 

Campaign partners include Miriam's Kitchen, Fair Budget Coalition, Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless and many other amazing community providers and groups.

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