WBUR: Report: To Reduce Mass. Family Homelessness, Focus Less On Shelters

 and Shannon Dooling

More than 13,000 Massachusetts families applied for housing assistance during the last fiscal year. Gov. Charlie Baker has made tackling homelessness one of his top priorities, and a new report released Wednesday offers the administration a few suggestions.

The report, which was spearheaded by the group Citizens’ Housing And Planning Association, examines how the state should address family homelessness in particular.

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