Zero 2016: How Reaching Zero Helps Our Veterans and those who are Chronically Homeless

On August 6th and 7th leaders in our community met together to talk about homelessness. The Lee County Homeless Coalition was proud of our community’s support for Zero 2016. We agreed:

We, the Community of Lee County, commit to reach functional zero by housing 110 Veterans by December 31, 2015 and 198 chronically homeless by December 31, 2016 by creating a system made up of a broad array of stakeholders who work collaboratively, communicate regularly and are fully committed to making homelessness rare and brief.

Great team work and we came away with some terrific strategies. We got this!

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