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Long Island Coalition for the Homeless conducts homeless count in Nassau, Suffolk counties

Guarton says that the homeless count helps them

Guarton says that the homeless count helps them determine where federal funding is most needed. It also helps the coalition discover where its efforts are most effective. (January 22, 2014 6:51 PM)

The Long Island Coalition for the Homeless is coordinating a count of sheltered and unsheltered homeless people in Nassau and Suffolk counties. Greta Guarton, executive director of the Long Island Coalition for the Homeless, says that the group will be spending time at LIRR stations, where homeless people have been known to frequent due to the warm waiting areas. Guarton says that the homeless...

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