Connecticut has become the first state in the nation to virtually end homelessness of its Veterans. The Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness (CCEH), and other non-profits have been out scouring the state identifying homeless Veterans, and handing out vouchers for permanent or temporary housing. National and state officials set a goal to end the plight of homeless Veterans.
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And a Blue State that is in the top five as not to live in State. It’s is broke and people are moving out in droves. Another communist satellite state failure.
About time something positive for our veterans “
congratulations to Connecticut…let us hope the other State follow course…
Where is your state ranking from?
It’s right up there. It’s has become one of the worst. Thanks to the Democrats.
This is the one of the things I like about Trump’s presidency. We are all waking up to our vet’s. It is being high lighted because Trump has so much respect for them.
so there are absolutely no homeless vets in Conn. hmm, I be skeptical to say the least.