New Haven — Two-hundred eight-seven single adults. Forty-two families, which breaks down to 64 adults and 79 children.
All those people slept in beds that didn’t belong to them, either in shelters or in transitional housing, on a single frigid evening this week.
That was the count Wednesday night as the city, along with the entire state, conducted its annual Point in Time Count or census of the homeless among us.
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