A Department of Housing and Urban Development grant will offer help to the chronically homeless in LaFollette.
“We just have some serious needs in this community,” said Phyllis Clinger, from Community Health of East Tennessee.
“People get stuck in situations they didn’t plan on getting into,” said Pastor Anthony Gibson, from Word of Life Church. “I don’t know any homeless person who planned on being homeless. Things just happen.”
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