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After years of increase, the number of people experiencing homelessness in Seattle and King County appears to have declined.
Spokane’s annual homeless count expanded from the downtown core to the entire county this year and found 1,245 people without a home.
Officially, Spokane’s homeless numbers went up significantly this year. Rob McCann thinks that’s great news.
) MOSES LAKE – For the third consecutive year volunteers in the annual Point in Time Homeless Count have counted a decrease in unsheltered homeless people living in Grant County.
For a week, outreach workers, employees with social service agencies and volunteers divvy up Multnomah County and walk streets and search parks to count homeless people.
Donald Stamper prefers to sleep inside, but he doesn’t always have a choice. Stamper, who’s been homeless since March, has been battling frostbite on his foot since he waited outside in freezing weather for a meal at Blessings Under the Bridge. He puts antibiotic cream on it, but said he’s worried about the condition spreading.
The number of homeless people in Spokane fell slightly in 2016, according to the
Over the past few weeks, thousands of clipboard-toting volunteers have fanned out across some of the nation’s largest cities, tasked with a deceptively complex job: counting the number of homeless people sleeping on the streets.
Spokane’s homeless population dropped 10 percent over the last year, according to the most recent Point-in-Time homeless count.