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An inner-city refuge: Camp Hope is home for those without one

Story by Stephanie J. Montoya

Las Cruces’ homeless support proposed bill that would include them in Hate Crimes Act

Camp Hope looks to continue helping homeless with approval of zoning designation

Channel 4 News Camp Hope Finding People Homes

Homeless tent city to be rezoned – Video

KVIA ABC 7 News Concerns about West Nile Virus and the Homeless

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EDITORIAL: Camp Hope: Best of a bad situation                                                              : (c)2012 the Las Cruces Sun-News (Las Cruces, N.M.)

Red tape prevents improved tents for shelter                                                                  : By Diana Alba Soular/dalba@lcsun-news.com

Camp Hope waits for city zoning change but remains optimistic                                    : KFOX14

Homeless ‘tent city’ being considered. Council briefed on temporary shelter
By Todd G. Dickson

Camp Hope shelter seeks housing solution
By Diana M. Alba DALBA@LCSUN-NEWS.COM

You can help during the holidays
By Mike Cook / mcook@lcps.k12.nm.us

“Heard About Camp Hope?”
Councillor Gill M. Sorg
Something remarkable has been happening in Las Cruces. It is Camp Hope, where homeless people are living in their own tents. the City Council and Staff allowed them to use a piece of land next to the Community of Hope to set up tents last November. Last winter, eight homeless people died in Las Cruces, however, so far none this year. This Camp Hope is like a neighborhood association with self governing. They have their own security and volunteers doing the camp work and a place to call their own. It’s limited to 50 people, with others going to shelters such as the Rescue Mission. This is an example of a success story, the only one in New Mexico like it. I want to work to improve our local economy so the homeless and all of us have more opportunities to have a better life. 575-541-2066.

Las Cruces ‘Tent City’ seeks help after wind storm                                                       Posted at: 03/27/2012 9:13 AM
By: The Associated Press

April 2012 Newsletter.pub.2000                                                                                           New Mexico Coalition To End Homelessness newsletter

Pioneering homeless Advocate Visits Camp Hope!                                                        Diane Nilan

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