Akron opens $11 million complex to house chronically homeless: video – via Cleveland.com

“AKRON, Ohio — For the first time in his adult life, 46-year-old Kevin Eugene Burk has a place to call home.

“A month ago nearly all of Burk’s memories were of being homeless, traveling from city to city, searching for a place to stay. Now Burk is one of the first 60 residents at the Commons at Madeline Park supportive housing facility in northeast Akron.”

See more here: http://www.cleveland.com/akron/index.ssf/2014/07/akron_opens_11_million_complex.html

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