|"When I get my powers."|
We got talking after HOPE about what was the best strategy to dealing with people who are homeless. Different cities confront it differently.
Akron has placed its weight behind the Haven, which during the cold months, is packed with men lying on mats.
Jason told us about an effort in Denver to build a large apartment complex in downtown to help the people who are homeless. The city decided to take the issue on itself, show it had some interest in the people, give them a feeling of self worth.
Should there be more smaller pockets of "Havens" around that speak specifically to the small group they cater to? Is a one-size-fits-all approach comprehensive enough?
We didn't know the answer, but we figured there were dozens of combinations. Getting anything in motion seems to be the most difficult bit.