CHIP — “One Group’s Attempt To Count Indy’s Unaccompanied Homeless Youth”

Drew Daudelin, WFYI, April 5 2019
“Homeless Jesus”

Two years ago an Indianapolis group started an annual one-night count of unaccompanied youth and young adults experiencing homelessness in the city. Its latest count found 183 people.

WFYI’s City Desk reporter Drew Daudelin sat down with Chelsea Haring-Cozzi, executive director of the Coalition For Homelessness Intervention and Prevention, to ask about the ideas and challenges behind the project.

You can find more information on the report right here.

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