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Homelessness in Albuquerque – video update

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We have been following Albuquerque’s homeless story for quite a while.

This video update was recently featured at the City of Albuquerque’s state of the city speech.

Robert Nelson at Metropolitan Homelessness Projected shared this update with us:

“Greetings!

I just wanted to write and share a new video that the city produced for the Mayor’s State of the City Address this past Wednesday. We’ll be reaching some milestones very soon and I wanted you to know about them. To date, 43 people have been housed in permanent housing and we’ll probably reach 50 in the next week. We’ll keep pressing onward to house 75 people by February 2012. With this rapid increase of housing, I want to also thank you for your help volunteering for us over the past few months. Because of you, we have been able to get this initiative going from the ground up – from Survey Week back in February to delivering furniture and housewares to those who were newly housed to the ongoing conversation on how we sustain housing for our clients. Thank you.

The link below is a video not only of the initiative and where we’re headed, but it also includes some of the stories of the people that have lived on the streets for years and finally moved into housing. Please share this video with your family, friends and colleagues and help us spread the word about our mission to end homelessness. Hope this message finds you well and thank you again for your support.

Robert Nelson | Metropolitan Homelessness Project”

Todd Clarke @ December 14, 2011

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