Catholic Charities search for homeless veterans across Long Island

Bergin, along with the two social workers, searched

Bergin, along with the two social workers, searched parts of Nassau County for a 64-year-old veteran named Ted who usually sleeps in his car. (January 7, 2014 6:53 PM)

As temperatures drop, concerns for the homeless rise. News12 Long Island's Sean Bergin headed out with Catholic Charities Tuesday in search of homeless veterans to make sure they are staying warm in the deep freeze. Joe Silva and Lisa Mosquero, from Catholic Charities, say their goal is to find people who are in a tough situation and help them find services and housing. They say finding homeless...

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