A Six-Year Journey to Find a Home

14 min
Eddie Thomas, 62. (Audrey Garces/KQED)

Eddie Thomas lost his housing when he was 55 years old after working at Intel for five years. He's part of a growing trend of people becoming homeless later on in life.

Eddie was lucky enough to have help with finding work and housing. But even still, it took six years — and being homeless as you get older has its own share of unique challenges.

Guest: Sara Hossaini, KQED reporter

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