Point In Time census results show R.I. housing crisis going from bad to worse

RHODE ISLAND Coalition to End Homelessness Deputy Director Margaux Morisseau discusses the results of the 2023 Point In Time count for Rhode Island. Seated left to right are Ruth “Diamond” Madsen, a housing advocate with the coalition; Laura Jaworski, executive director of House of Hope; and Rhode Island Secretary of Housing Stefan Pryor. / RHODE ISLAND CURRENT / KEVIN ANDRADE
PROVIDENCE – The number of unsheltered Rhode Islanders nearly quadrupled over the last four years, according to the results of a recent census released Tuesday at the Statehouse. The Point In Time count, run by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development with many local partners to measure homelessness, is conducted annually on a…

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