So how’d the 100-day challenge go statewide?

hc-sal-pinna-celebrates-end-of-two-decades-of--004Watch this video and catch yourself up. In short? It. Was. Awesome.

That picture is of Sal Pinna, recently housed through the 100-day effort after 20 years of homelessness, most of those spent in Hartford. He’s hugging Sara Capen Sal0mons, of Journey Home, whom I am proud to call my friend. That’s Sal’s apartment, the morning after he moved in. It is now fully furnished. It is home. That’s how the 100-day challenge went for 600 or so people, statewide. Awesome.

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  1. I’ll have to check out the video later. None of the versions will play on my phone. Congratulations on the huge success! 600 people housed is amazing and wonderful! I hope we hear more about what happens after people are housed, too. It’s kind of an end to one story and a beginning of another!

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