Fifteen homeless Veteran families will have a chance to move into permanent housing at next weekend's Miami Homeless Veterans Stand Down thanks to an initiative funded by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Like Norman Cooper III, Every Homeless Veteran Has a Name, Story and Dreams that Can Still Come True
Before he knew it, Norman Cooper III, a decorated Army Veteran, had lost it all. His career, money, marriage, and the family to which he'd long been devoted were gone in what must have seemed like a blurry nightmare as he became one of 100,000 homeless Veterans in America. Two years later, he's reclaimed his life and dreams that have not been forgotten.
Social media has enabled PAIRS Foundation to advance their mission to help create a safer, saner, more loving world in ways the longtime industry leader in marriage and relationship education couldn't have imagined 30 years ago.
Despite providing affordable homes to thousands since 1993, Florida's largest developer of supportive housing says more resources are needed to meet the goal of ending homelessness.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is investing $300 million to end homelessness for America's Veteran families, such as this father and son in Miami.
During a company retreat in Miami, American Income Life executives and their spouses help formerly homeless South Florida Veterans get a fresh start.
Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado said Parkview Gardens, a new Carrfour community that opened in Liberty City this week, is a model for the potential for public/private partnerships to provide quality, affordable housing to reduce homelessness in America's most distressed urban neighborhoods.