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Just over a year ago, Neil Stephan “The Reverend” DeArmon was a Coast Guard veteran without a home or a job, living on the street. Today, thanks to culinary training at One80 Place and a chance encounter at Charleston Wine + Food, he’s sous chef...

Kirby Campbell, 56, came to Charleston from upstate New York after a breakup. He landed here without a job or a home and soon found himself at One80 Place, the homeless shelter. He was grateful they had a bed for him and space in the culinary training program with...

A chill hung in the morning air at the CARTA Superstop where a woman sat quietly on a bench. Nearby, a large blanket and bags of belongings served as clues to her current living situation....

Three decades after the founders of One80 Place opened Charleston’s first true homeless shelter on Upper Meeting Street, the organization is planning to turn the now-vacant property into an affordable housing complex...