Taylor Ellowitz of the Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless writes on RIFuture,
This plan is a positive step in the right direction- it establishes homelessness as a national priority and sets ambitious goals of ending long-term and veteran homelessness in five years, and family homelessness within ten.
Ellowitz continues on, attempting to answer the question he poses as the title of his post, Can Obama End Homelessness? The answer:
A plan of this scope will only be as good as the time, money and resources that are committed to it. Obama can’t do this alone. Our federal delegation, state legislators, city and town governments and other key supporters will have to work together if this plan is to have its intended impact.
A well rehearsed call to action from the Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless.