Globe: Walsh Budget Aims To Tackle Chronic Homelessness

They come at night, desperate, looking for a place to rest.

For Boston’s homeless, the staff running shelters swoops in to offer assistance — a bed, warm meals, a safe place. Figuring out the root causes for why a person shows up must wait.
Now, for the first time, city housing advocates are banking on Mayor Martin J. Walsh’s newly proposed budget to wipe out homelessness in Boston.

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