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“Beacon of hope:” Thurgood Marshall Apartments will house Milwaukee’s chronically homeless

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MILWAUKEE -- This October, 24 new apartments in downtown Milwaukee will be occupied by 24 individuals who have not had a place of their own for quite some time. A new project is providing permanent housing for chronically homeless individuals who struggle with alcoholism. As you'll see, the project is saving lives.

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  • What About Us?

    Now, how about some affordable housing in decent areas (and I stress, in decent areas, not the Northwest Side please) for those of us who are low-income and not mentally ill, disabled, or with kids? You know, single older adults who work? We do exist and are getting kind of tired of constantly being ignored.

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