NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) —As Nashville grows so does its homeless population. It’s estimated that 2,300 people are living on the streets of Music City. Many of those without a place to call home are our veterans, men and women who served our country. In October 2018, 90 in 90 was establish, a collaborative effort between several local agencies to end veteran homelessness in Nashville. What was the outcome? And is the campaign continuing? Joining us is Judith Tackett Director of the Metro Homeless Impact Division and John Krenson the CEO of Operation Stand Down Tennessee.
Plus Side Of Nashville: Veterans and Homelessness
Posted: 9:15 AM, Mar 01, 2019
Updated: 2019-03-01 15:15:45Z
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