Homeless Count Growing in New Hampshire


credit: Nick Carnes

According to a statistical study conducted by the state Department of Health and Human Services' Bureau of Homeless and Housing Services, homelessness in New Hampshire is slightly growing.

Nicholas Toumpas, DHHS Commissioner, remarks that is troubling to know the increase of people who don't have a permanent place to stay. The study rouses a call to action to find ways to fight homelessness.


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