Linda Brown stands in her new home in east Charlotte after experiencing homelessness twice. Housing Our Heroes, a collaborative program aiming to end veteran homelessness in Mecklenburg County, helped her move into her duplex.
Linda Brown stands in her new home in east Charlotte after experiencing homelessness twice. Housing Our Heroes, a collaborative program aiming to end veteran homelessness in Mecklenburg County, helped her move into her duplex. Jonathan McFadden jmcfadden@charlotteobserver.com
Linda Brown stands in her new home in east Charlotte after experiencing homelessness twice. Housing Our Heroes, a collaborative program aiming to end veteran homelessness in Mecklenburg County, helped her move into her duplex. Jonathan McFadden jmcfadden@charlotteobserver.com

Mecklenburg County, Charlotte closer to ending veteran homelessness

January 19, 2016 01:00 AM

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