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  • A permanent address affords this formerly homeless man a fresh start

    Randy Travis recently receiving housing through a Durham non-profit, Housing for New Hope, through their housing-first model, addressing the issue that many employers won't hire someone without a permanent address and most landlords won't lease to someone without proof of a steady income.

A permanent address affords this formerly homeless man a fresh start

Randy Travis recently receiving housing through a Durham non-profit, Housing for New Hope, through their housing-first model, addressing the issue that many employers won't hire someone without a permanent address and most landlords won't lease to someone without proof of a steady income.
Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com