Giving HOPE to the Homeless

Whitehead, Mike
May 2013
SB Magazine;May2013, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p107
The article offers information on the HOPE Connections Collaborative Project, an effort to eradicate homelessness in Shreveport-Bossier in Louisiana. As mentioned, eight non-profit organizations have agreed to work under one roof to make the project a success by providing services to those most in need. It further adds that effort and a catalyst for non-profit organizations to coordinate on issues facing the homeless population in the region.


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