WPRI 12: Crossroads helps more than 100 homeless men get back on their feet

By: Sarah Doiron and Shiina LoSciuto

Updated: Apr 16, 2018 10:30 PM EDT

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) -- Rhode Island's largest homeless shelter now has far fewer people than it did a year and a half ago.

Crossroads Rhode Island said this is because its found new homes for hundreds of men that were staying there.

"One of the programs that has helped us achieved this program is having some significant investment of funds through the state," COO of Crossroads Rhode island Michelle Wilcox said.

Robin Sheats and Richard Cudworth are two of those men who were helped by Crossroads.

Courtesy of WRPI 12

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