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A home then a job: United Way Project Connect sets up homeless for a place to live (access required)

The tens of thousands of homeless Arizonans can have a hard time forming an official identity. Often with no address, minimal records and spotty memory of family or personal history, it borders on impossible for these individuals to find a job or a residence.

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