How permanent supportive housing can change lives

By Kristin Kellogg, November 9, 2018 - 6:25pm

Detroit is one of dozens of Built for Zero communities working toward ending veteran homelessness.

U.S. Army Veteran Marcus Cobb lived without a home for more than a decade.

But now he has both a home and support through Piquette Square in Detroit, and it’s changed his life.
 
Watch this video from our partners at Quicken Loans, and you’ll see the power of permanent supportive housing. 
 

 
Detroit is one of dozens of Built for Zero communities working toward ending veteran homelessness. To date, eight communities have ended veteran homelessness and all together 60,604 veterans have been housed by Built for Zero communities since 2015.
 
We invite you to join this movement with a donation to Community Solutions. Your support will helps these communities finish the job of ending veteran homelessness. 

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