Salvatore Pinna moved to Connecticut 20 years ago. The 52-year-old has been living on the streets and under bridges since he moved here. He's one of many chronically homeless people in the state.
This hour, we meet Sal and hear the first of a series of stories about homelessness in Greater Hartford, where the 100-Day Challenge is about to begin, an initiative to try to to eliminate barriers and connect stakeholders -- to create a plan to end chronic homelessness -- in 100 days.
- Susan Campbell - Writer, former Hartford Courant columnist
- Matt Morgan - Executive director of Journey Home
- Lisa Tepper-Bates - Executive director of the Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness