of Roanoke is seeing the difference a new program is making for the homeless. The program Tabitha takes a new approach to helping them get back on their feet. wdbj7 Mornin's Alison Parker is live at the Rescue Mission to tell us more about it. When a homeless person stays overnight in the shelter, it doesn't stop there. Tabitha takes an interest in all participants, and constantly monitors their progress. I'm here with Kelley Swann. What is Tabitha? (Tabitha - actually a year or two old but really growing - that is helping chronically homeless move out faster and their move outs are sustainable for them. Involves greater follow up with case managers, working a service assignment (teaching them work ethic, how to relate to supervisors, and most importantly, grows their self esteem so that they believe they can be successful on the job), life skills, etc. Some of those that have gone through this program have become employed by the mission, many are doing well.) You say that it's making a big difference in helping homeless men. Why not women?