Matt Driscoll

February 1, 2016 3:08 AM

Matt Driscoll: Point-in-Time homeless count provides glimpse of much bigger problem

Pierce County’s annual Point-in-Time count was conducted last week

Volunteers and outreach workers fanned out to collect data on the homeless population

Only a fraction of those living without shelter will be accounted for

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