I am in awe that anyone really believes the best viable answer (reasonably or economically) is to give people free houses. This is not "best practices", it's social and economic nonsense. A lot of veterans are in need of help reassimilating to day to day life in the United States. "Best practices" in the real world, not the spend other peoples money big government world, is using your resources to best help as many people as you can. It seems to me the folks at VLC-NC-Cares have a firm grasp on this concept. How many people can you help to help themselves for what you spend to put one person in a house BEFORE they have life skills its takes to maintain a civilian lifestyle?
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