The Southeast Tennessee region becomes the 12th community in the country to reach second milestone indicating veteran homelessness is rare and brief. Using an all-hands-on-deck approach, bold innovations, and real-time, by-name data, the Built for Zero Chattanooga team has ended homelessness for veterans in their community.
Since 1998, the Chattanooga Regional Homeless Coalition (CRHC) has been serving our region as the leader in maximizing resources for people living in conditions not meant for human habitation. We are a nonprofit organization that covers all 11 counties of our region, and we are governed by a dedicated Board of Directors and a Council made up of local service providers.
As the area’s Continuum of Care (CoC) lead agency through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), we apply for federal funding on behalf of the region for programs of local agencies that are committed to the goal of ending homelessness in their communities.
Join us in advocating for the 600+ persons experiencing homelessness on any given night right here in the Chattanooga region…
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