It's a question Granite State communities are grappling with, as progress appears to have stalled on finding housing for homeless people. Advocates agree a dearth of affordable housing exacerbates the problem. But there's debate over whether providing temporary shelter can forestall lasting solutions on such challenges as unemployment and substance abuse.
- Susan Ford - executive director of the Strafford County Homeless Shelter.
- Ellen Groh - executive director of the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness.
- Keith Howard - executive director of Liberty House, a transitional home for veterans.
- Cathy Kuhn - director of the N.H. Coalition to End Homelessness, which recently put out its annual report on homelessness in the state.
- Scott Slattery - housing director for Harbor Homes, a nonprofit organization that provides affordable housing, health care, job training and other supportive services to low-income, homeless, and disabled people in New Hampshire.
- An article about Keith Howard's cargo trailer 'tiny home' with pictures
- N.H. Coalition to End Homelessness' annual report, and an article about the report
- An article about Seacoast winter homeless shelters, including the Strafford County Homeless Shelter that Susan Ford runs
- The latest update on Concord's struggle to find a solution for a cold shelter this winter
- An NHPR interview about Harbor Homes' recent push to end veteran homelessness in N.H.