An initiative to get the chronically homeless off the streets in Oklahoma City turns a year old.
The national 100,000 Homes campaign officially kicked off in Oklahoma City in January of last year hoping to put 84 people in houses before the end of 2013.
Instead more than 200 got a place to stay.
56-year-old Carl Schmitz proudly gives me a tour of his one bedroom, furnished apartment.
For more than 30 years, the balding man with the long gray beard and hair lived on the streets until approached by members of the Homeless Alliance last February.