Once Homeless, Thousands Living In Permanent Homes Thanks To Chicago Alliance
It's a staggering number to consider: 6,500 people in Chicago are homeless, despite an advocacy group's 10-year effort to end homelessness by the end of this year. But thousands of others have received help to get off the streets. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
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