Utah’s homeless advocates are celebrating a milestone in the fight to keep residents housed. During the past 10 years, the state’s chronically homeless population dropped from 2,000 to less than 200.
Aspiring Navajo entrepreneurs have a new support system now that a business incubator at Navajo Technical University (NTU) in New Mexico has been officially certified.
In nearly 30 Alaska communities, some 3,300 homes still have no sewer system or running water. Residents resort to using buckets, referred to as ‘honey buckets’ for toilets. These open waste collection sites can cause respiratory illnesses, especially in children.
California’s top environmental officer is calling for renewed attention to the fact that many residents lack access to clean, safe, affordable drinking water.
We heard about the Self-Help program through a string of incidents that can only be described as divine intervention. The minute we heard about it we knew it was for us and we started the application the next day.