At the end of this month, a moratorium on evictions will end, and thousands more Virginians could be homeless. The problem is already evident in Richmond where an estimated three thousand get emergency shelter each year.
A coalition of groups in Charlottesville will announce a bold new plan to end homelessness in that community Thursday. They won a big grant to buy and rehab a hotel and to build new housing for as many as 140 people.
Homeless shelters around the state are finding creative ways to feed and house people during the COVID-19 crisis – doing their best to keep residents healthy. Sandy Hausman reports on one center where guests are enjoying the luxury of space and gourmet meals.