“Is it actually possible to end homelessness in Vermont? A new report prepared for the legislature looks at whether the state is on the right track in tackling the problem, and maps out what it would take to make homelessness a thing of the past.” Vermont Public Radio and NPR looked at the report’s conclusions, the progress that’s been made, and what’s still to be done.
Listen to the interview with Larry Oaks, who led the team from CSH that prepared the report, and Vermont Secretary of Human Services Al Gobeille. Click here for access to the full recording. And click here to read more about how Vermont Governor Phil Scott is now leveraging the CSH recommendations to create affordable housing in his state.