KALISPELL, Mont. — Montana’s homeless population has decreased from last year, according to recently released data. Point-in-Time survey numbers from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development show decreasing populations across many of the state’s cities and towns.
The Point-in-Time survey attempts to count every homeless person across the country during the last week of January.
According to 2019 survey results, Montana has a homeless population of 1,676 — a decrease from 2,060 in 2018.
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