Homelessness is on the rise in King County, according to the latest report from All Home, the county’s lead agency on homelessness.

The 2018 Count Us In tally estimated 12,112 people were living in shelters, vehicles and parks as of January. That’s up 4 percent from 2017.

The actual number of homeless is likely much higher, according to All Home, which noted the point-in-time count does not calculate the number of unique persons who experience homelessness over a calendar year. That can easily…

Seattle Biz Journal
Homelessness is up 4 percent in King County, new report says

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