More than 700 men women and children in our community will spend tonight on the streets.
The Tallahassee Coalition for the Homeless has a simple vision to end homelessness one person at a time, and they hope to accomplish this mission this spring as they begin construction on a temporary shelter.
The streets of Tallahassee use to be Douglas Throm's home, now he's using his experience to lend a helping hand to the homeless community.
The Tallahassee Coalition for the Homeless is trying to create a state of the art transitional facility for homeless people. Friday, the agency marked the halfway point with a check presentation.
The agency received two checks from the Department of Housing and Urban Development totaling nearly $500,000 to begin the construction work.
Unlike the shelter on Tennessee Street, folks will be able to stay at the "Hope Community" for an extended time.
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