Annual Count Reveals Increase in New Hampshire’s Homeless Population


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The state Bureau of Homeless and Housing Services administered the annual one-day count showing an increase in New Hampshire's homeless population.

Compared to last year, the number of sheltered people dropped and the number of those who have no place to stay increased. The results showed a three percent increase in homelessness across the region.


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