It’s been nearly one year since D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty announced plans to move hundreds of the city’s chronically homeless residents into permanent housing. The program is one of a number around the country that provide the homeless with apartments — without requiring them to participate in psychiatric or addiction counseling beforehand. Join Kojo as we learn more about the program, who it serves, and whether it’s making a dent in the number of people living on the streets.


  • Linda Kaufman Chief Operating Officer, Pathways to Housing D.C.
  • Robert Miles Client, Pathways to Housing D.C.

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