Wyatt Schroeder, executive director of CATCH (Charitable Assistance to Community’s Homeless), talks about his organization’s role in Boise’s new Housing First initiative, which Mayor Dave Bieter, second from left, announced on Tuesday.
Wyatt Schroeder, executive director of CATCH (Charitable Assistance to Community’s Homeless), talks about his organization’s role in Boise’s new Housing First initiative, which Mayor Dave Bieter, second from left, announced on Tuesday. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Wyatt Schroeder, executive director of CATCH (Charitable Assistance to Community’s Homeless), talks about his organization’s role in Boise’s new Housing First initiative, which Mayor Dave Bieter, second from left, announced on Tuesday. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
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Boise’s Housing First program effective, not fair. Is that enough?

February 10, 2016 01:44 PM

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