As rural homelessness increases, HUD aims money at helping people without access to shelters

By: - September 12, 2022 5:45 am

A “tent city” in New Jersey. Urban areas are better equipped to help to help homeless people than rural communities, which often don’t even have overnight shelters, say advocates. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

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Casey Quinlan
Casey Quinlan

Casey Quinlan is a national economy reporter for States Newsroom, based in Washington D.C. For the past decade, they have reported on national politics and state politics, LGBTQ rights, abortion access, labor issues, education, Supreme Court news and more for publications including The American Independent, ThinkProgress, New Republic, Rewire News, SCOTUSblog, In These Times and Vox.

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