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In The News
WBUR: 2 Years early, Boston's Way Home Fund to help house chronically homeless complete January 30, 2020 | Two years before its target date, Boston has reached a goal of raising $10 million to help people who've been chronically homeless be permanently housed.
The Boston's Way Home Fund will help pay for support services for the residents of a future permanent housing development that homeless services provider Pine Street Inn is planning in Jamaica Plain. It will be the largest housing development the city has ever had for people who've been chronically homeless.
Globe: Fund to create long-term housing for homeless in Boston reaches $10 million goal January 30, 2020 | Boston’s Way Home Fund has raised $10 million to fund long-term housing for the city’s homeless, Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced in a statement Wednesday. Walsh unveiled the fund in January 2018 with the goal of raising $10 million by 2022, the statement said. The money will be used to create “hundreds of new units of supportive, sustainable, long-term housing for chronically homeless men and women.”
CBS Boston: Formerly Homeless Man Celebrates In New Home December 26, 2019 | BOSTON (CBS) — Just as the song goes, there’s no place like home for the holidays. And what better gift, than a home of your own for the very first time. “Every time I turn these keys, it’s a blessing. My mom asked me, ‘Did it hit you yet?’ I said no. Not yet. It will in due time. I’m just overwhelmed. It’s just awesome,” said Thomas “TJ” O’Neil Fields as he smiled.
Globe: Walsh, local man share stories of sobriety, sports & a home December 23, 2019 | They met by chance two Thanksgivings ago, during a game of bingo at the Pine Street Inn’s annual turkey dinner. They shared a love of professional sports and battles with alcoholism.
Mayor Martin J. Walsh called his number, B59, and so Thomas Fields Jr. – he goes by T.J. – wanted to say thank you. He had been homeless for years, and had been staying at the Holy Family shelter in Dorchester, but he was two months sober, and things were on the upswing.