Homeless advocate Galloway doubts housing free trade zone idea

print Mary Ellen Galloway of Family Promise of Greater Chattanooga, talks about homelessness and options for their benefit. (Courtesy Noogaradio) Mary Ellen Galloway, executive director of Family Promise of Greater Chattanooga, talks about homeless families aided by her organization — more than 650 families and 1,200 children transitioning to self-sufficiency since the group’s founding in 1998 as the Interfaith Homeless Network. By the work of paid and volunteer staff, eight of 10 families have “transitioned to stability and housing,” Family Promise says. By David Tulis / Noogaradio 1240 AM 101.1 FM Of particular interest in an interview, she also considers … Continue reading Homeless advocate Galloway doubts housing free trade zone idea