A new thrift store in Denver hopes to offer more than just a job for homeless kids.
Laws that criminalize activities associated with being homeless are not the right approach to dealing with the issue, the report says.
- The center opens around 6 a.m., serving breakfast to as many as 800 people, and offering a place to stay out of the cold through the day.Read more
- Denver might sell bonds to investors to raise money for a program to serve about 250 chronically homeless people.Read more
“We were in serious danger of closing," said Bill Ward, who serves on the nonprofit's board.