How do we help homeless veterans in Alabama?



By The Associated Press

A summit at Alabama State University was designed for federal, state and local agencies, so they could discuss working to end veteran homelessness. But that didn’t stop Delano Caldwell from showing up for answers.
The 40-year-old U.S. Navy veteran came to the meeting on Wednesday looking for affordable housing.
“I came to get as much information as I could about trying to find somewhere decent and affordable to live,” he said outside the doors of the Veteran’s Homeless Summit. “I am staying in a regular rented house, but I am so far behind on my bills and probably am going to get evicted, so I’m just trying to jump ahead and find me somewhere to stay before I hit the streets.”

ASU and its radio station hosted the summit in an effort to help homeless in the River Region and throughout the state receive the help, assistance and attention they deserve. The summit was organized by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
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