R.I. urged to create more ‘deeply affordable’ apartments to counter homelessness

The number of people who stayed at least one night in a shelter in Rhode Island has been increasing for the past several years, despite an improved economy./COURTESY HOUSING WORKS RI AT ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY.
THE NUMBER OF people who stayed at least one night in a shelter in Rhode Island has been increasing for the past several years, despite an improved economy. / COURTESY HOUSINGWORKS RI AT ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island has an increasing number of homeless individuals and families and will need to build as many as 2,500 truly affordable rental…

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