The city released new numbers in March showing nearly 5,100 unhoused people in Austin.
Joining us this morning to offer comparisons and break down the issues is Adam Andrzejewski CEO of OpenTheBooks.com.
1. With up to 5,100 people unhoused in Austin on any given night, this is a public health catastrophe. You have numbers comparing Austin versus other cities, how do we stack up?
2. The latest numbers were released in March. Are the head-counts of the unhoused up or down?
3. Over the last couple years, Austin has invested in a social safety net for the homeless. What's been done and is it working?
4. What programs are working in other cities across the country?