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CHA Today from November 1, 2010
Find out how the federal government is helping Veterans get off the streets and into a home from Shonte Hoover and Felicia Ramos of the Charlotte Housing Authority.
Learn how the VA office and the Charlotte Housing Authority have changed the life of Andre Robinson.
Recording Artist Deniro Farrar talks about his music and life growing up in the West Boulevard Corridor.
CHA Today from October 1, 2010
Everyday thousands of children go to school with no place to lay their head at night. Thousands more are part of families who are a paycheck away from being in the same situation.
Recently several community leaders participated in a poverty simulation. Watch as CMS Superintendent Dr. Peter Gorman talks candidly about his experience that day and the challenges students face with limited means.
CHA Today from September 1, 2010
Learn how Goodwill Industries of the Southern Piedmont is helping people find job opportunities as well as have the RIGHT skills to get hired from from Mr. Bo Hussey.
Find out about life at Strawn from Assistant Property Manager Melinda Edwards and Residents Glen Barry McPhaul, Atwood "Miss Peggy" Sifford, and Gardenia Sifford.
CHA Today from July 2, 2010
Find out how the kids at the Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club feel about their move from Boulevard Homes to the Southview Rec Center.
Learn about the new employment center coming to the West Corridor from CHA's Chris Campbell.
Hear what CHA Intern DeDe Phillips has learned about affordable housing and CHA during her internship with the agency.
CHA Today from June 1, 2010
Find out how the First Ward community is celebrating its diversity through art.
Learn how CHA and the Charlotte Fire Department are working together to keep families safe.
CHA Today from May 1, 2010
Find out how Ruby Richardson is getting ready for her move out of Boulevard Homes.
Learn how Housing Authority participants are educating the community on the #1 killer in America.
Project Manager Timica Melvin talks about providing resources to voucher holders and a plan to bring families together.
CHA Today from April 1, 2010
Find out the results of the recent homeless study from Liz Clasen-Kelly of The Urban Ministry Center and survey volunteer Mike Clement.
The Salvation Army's Deronda Metz and Shelley Henderson talk about the new initiative underway for families who are currently homeless in Charlotte.
TADA's Rebecca Rhodes and Arlene Smith talk about how the TADA Organization is helping the youth at Claremont and Victoria Square make the grade.
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CHA Today from March 1, 2010
CHA Today talks with representatives from Edwin Towers and the McColl Center For Visual Art to learn how the Dovetail Garden has brought the community together.
Right Moves For Youth and Elevation Church recently rolled up their sleeves to do a spring clean up at the Leafcrest Apartments. Find out more from community volunteers.
CHA Today from February 1, 2010
The citizens of Charlotte have elected a new mayor. What does this mean for the community and the demand for affordable housing? Find out from the Mayor himself, Anthony Foxx. Listen as he talks candidly about these important topics and more.
The Housing Authority's new Currents of Change program has some life changing opportunities available for the families at Victoria Square and Claremont. Learn more from CHA Assistant Client Services Director Chris Campbell.