Volunteers head out for homeless Point In Time Count
Arkansas' homeless population will be counted as part of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Point-in-Time count. The count, which first occurred in 2007, is typically held every two years and counts the country's homeless who are in sheltered and unsheltered locations.
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Associated Press News
Annual count of homeless residents begins in Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles County's annual count of homeless residents began Tuesday night — a crucial part of the region's efforts to get tens of thousands of unhoused people off the streets. Up to 6,000 clipboard-toting volunteers with the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority fanned out for the effort’s main component, the unsheltered street tally.
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Las Vegas Review-Journal
Volunteers needed for homeless count
As the sun prepares to rise Thursday, hundreds of volunteers will begin to disperse across Clark County in a daylong mission to find out how many people are experiencing homelessness throughout the valley.
4 months ago·Las Vegas, United StatesRead Full Article
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