A new program called “Familiar Faces” reminds people that those experiencing homelessness are our neighbors, not just a person on the street. A new pilot program in Hudson County works to use 25 rental vouchers combined with donated support devices from local hospitals to improve the quality of life of the vulnerable and chronically homeless. Brenda Flanagan has the story for NJTV News.
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