N.H. homelessness numbers up since 2016
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In excess of 4,000 New Hampshire children age 18 or younger are homeless, a figure reflecting an increase of more than 21 percent since 2016.
Data released Wednesday by the New Hampshire Coalition to End Homelessness, a Manchester-based nonprofit organization, indicate the overall number of homeless people in the state now stands at 1,450. That is approximately a 10 percent jump from the 1,317 who found themselves in this predicament two years ago.