How Houston is successfully reducing homelessness

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In 2012, the nation’s fourth-largest city went all-in on a new system to address homelessness in which dozens of agencies join forces under a single umbrella organization to put those without homes in their own apartments, rather than in shelter beds. Correspondent Martha Teichner looks at a concept that has succeeded in reducing homelessness in the greater Houston area by 63%.

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