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Anita Wadhwani

28 July 2018

Nashville, Tennessee, United States

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Non-violent offenders arrested during mental health episodes in Davidson County are sent to Mental Health Court rather than criminal court. Through this court, they are connected to safety net services such as housing...

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Jessica Bliss

24 December 2017

Nashville, Tennessee, United States

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For families who find themselves in transitional housing, interruptions can be especially difficult for children who have to move around and miss much-needed stability. In Nashville, the first Girl Scout troop for hom...

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David Plazas

22 February 2017

Nashville, Tennessee, United States

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Nashville is trying out creative ways to help residents deal with rising rent. While state policies do not always favor rent control and mixed-income housing units are still years away, several solutions are being imp...

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David Plazas

29 January 2017

Nashville, Tennessee, United States

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Nashville Mayor Megan Barry is developing a comprehensive strategy for affordable housing to help address the challenges of rising property prices and gentrification for the city's poor and minorities. The city is hel...

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Holly Fletcher

5 August 2016

Cookeville, Tennessee, United States

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An emerging health care model, in Tennessee, has expanded to about 50 counties under a federal innovation program aimed at trying to give better care at lower prices.

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Jamie McGee

23 May 2016

Gressier, Haiti

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Middle Tennessee nonprofit KORE Foundation is combating poverty in rural Haiti with the help of chickens.

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