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CCJ, non-profits seek next step in sheltering homeless

The leaders of the “30 in 90” movement, from left, are Carole Benedict, U.S. VETS Initiative executive director; Haley Hyatt, CCJ’s director of client program services; Paul Mitchell, CCJ executive director; and Ed Shier, program manager for the local VA’s Health Care for Homeless program. Eliza Louden, who attended via phone, is the Catholic Charities’ housing case management coordinator.
Photo by Nanci Hutson.

The leaders of the “30 in 90” movement, from left, are Carole Benedict, U.S. VETS Initiative executive director; Haley Hyatt, CCJ’s director of client program services; Paul Mitchell, CCJ executive director; and Ed Shier, program manager for the local VA’s Health Care for Homeless program. Eliza Louden, who attended via phone, is the Catholic Charities’ housing case management coordinator.

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