NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Outreach groups are making progress moving dozens of homeless from ‘Tent City' to permanent housing.
Park Center Homeless Outreach along with the Nashville Homelessness Commission moved ten people into housing since last fall.
Dyan Garton has a permanent home to walk into and out of all because of a group who brought her out of Tent City.
"It was home there but this is like home home now," said Garton. "It feels nice to be in front of a mirror where you can actually see what you're doing or how well your makeup looks and your hair looks."
In Tent City, there was a push to move residents out from underneath Nashville's freeways.
"We're trespassing on private property for one thing," said Tent City resident Teresa Gordon.
Gordon was slated to leave the area once housing opens up.
"I'm just going to get my little bag and my books and go," said Gordon.
Officials with those groups said 16 people are approved to move but are waiting for units to open up with Urban Housing Solutions.
There are countless new people at the camp the groups have yet to identify and assist.