Several years ago, we did a program on Moore Place, an apartment designed and built to house the homeless. It was controversial at the time but a new report about Moore Place – which houses 85 of the city’s chronically homeless – shows that it has drastically reduced the amount of time tenants spend in the hospital which amounts to a major savings to taxpayers. We revisit Moore Place and the problem of homelessness in Charlotte.
Caroline Chambre - Director of HousingWorks for the Urban Ministry Center
Dr. Lori Thomas - Associate Professor of Social Work at UNC Charlotte
Ashley Williams Clark - Data and Research Coordinator, UNC Charlotte Urban Institute
Norm Suchar - Director, Center for Capacity Building at the National Alliance to End Homelessnes