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Harford homeless count drops below 200 for second consecutive year

Harford homeless count drops below 200 for second consecutive year

The number of homeless people in Harford County has decreased to below 200 in the past two years, based on the annual nighttime point-in-time count conducted in late January, but services for people in need are still very much in demand, according to advocates for the homeless.

Volunteers, who worked with Harford County government officials, recorded 189 people, who either identified as homeless or were receiving homeless services, during the point-in-time count the night of Jan. 23 and a Project Homeless Connect event the next day at the EPICENTER in Edgewood, according to county government spokesperson Cindy Mumby.

The total included 152 people in shelters and 37 people...

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