The State Of Homelessness In N.H.

Jan 16, 2019

The New Hampshire Coalition to End Homelessness released its annual report in December, which found the number of homeless people in the state increased by 10 percent from 2016 t0 2018, to 1,450. We sit down with the coalition's director Cathy Kuhn to check in on the issue of homelessness, and what she thinks needs to be done to address it.

You can listen to this portion of the show, by clicking on this link.  This part of the conversation begins approximately 40 minutes into the recording.

GUESTS:

  • Cathy Kuhn, director, the New Hampshire Coalition to End Homelessness

Key links:

N.H. Homelessness Rises, But Some See Hope (NHPR)

UNH Partners With Zillow On Research That Find Homelessness Rate Increases Faster in Least Affordable Rental Markets 

Manchester aldermen give thumbs up to mayor's strategy to deal with homelessness (Union Leader)