Advocates across Indiana will count the homeless in their communities on Wednesday.
It’s aimed at providing a snapshot of the number of homeless Hoosiers and helping the state divide emergency shelter grants to aid them.
The timing is bad for rural areas, according to Deb Bedwell of Anchor House, Jackson County’s shelter for homeless families. She helps organize the annual local count through the Region 11 Planning Council.
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