Advocates are preparing for the 2011 Homeless Count at the end of January. For two days volunteers will try to get a head count of those who are homeless in Las Vegas and surrounding areas. The count is important because it can help determining the number of services needed and help get federal money to pay for those services.
Rich Penska, Coord, HELP of Southern Nevada's mobile crisis intervention team
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