Getting It Done For Our Homeless Youth: By Housing Their Parents

Pinellas County, Florida. Getting it done for our young people without homes.

106 homeless families successfully moved into their own homes in less than 2 years.

No new innovative solutions. No magically appearing housing investment dollars.

No task force. No endless committee reports. No countless unnecessary meetings.

Pinellas County took whatever investment dollars and resources availabe and made permanent housing a reality for these families.

Most likely, this is over 300 adults and children no longer living in motels. Or couch surfing.

More state housing laws have been enacted and took effect July 1st of last year. To increase even more available resources for our homeless.

And over the next 3 years, homeless youth are still a federal and state mandated investment dollar priority. 

For now. 

Stayed tuned. A lot of important housing information and community activity coming in the year 2017.

Contact your local housing agency and community organizations to be involved.

To get informed. To stay involved. To own your own home yourself.

These are federal and state investment dollars sitting there in some public trust fund for the sole purpose of getting you into a permanent home.

Just like this family. Or for a homeless youth.

Every homeless child in this state deserves a permanent home.

Just like these children.

Way to go Pinellas County.

Our football team in Tampa stinks. Talk about the need to fire those front office football executives.

But way to go.

Pinellas County, Florida. Getting it done for our young people without homes.