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  • VIDEO: Volunteers count Durham's homeless

    Dozens of volunteers fanned out across Durham Wednesday night to conduct the Point-in-Time Count, a snapshot of the area’s homeless population. The count helps social service and charitable agencies determine what kind of services are most needed and whether the number of homeless people is rising, falling or holding steady. It also gives volunteers a chance to meet people most of society tries to ignore.

Dozens of volunteers fanned out across Durham Wednesday night to conduct the Point-in-Time Count, a snapshot of the area’s homeless population. The count helps social service and charitable agencies determine what kind of services are most needed and whether the number of homeless people is rising, falling or holding steady. It also gives volunteers a chance to meet people most of society tries to ignore. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
Dozens of volunteers fanned out across Durham Wednesday night to conduct the Point-in-Time Count, a snapshot of the area’s homeless population. The count helps social service and charitable agencies determine what kind of services are most needed and whether the number of homeless people is rising, falling or holding steady. It also gives volunteers a chance to meet people most of society tries to ignore. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com

Volunteers fan out in Durham, Wake for annual count of homeless

January 28, 2016 6:01 PM