Two new reports say more people are without permanent shelter this year. Among the top contributing factors: lack of affordable housing and the opioid crisis. The greatest increase is among families with children, some of whom are living in cars and tents this winter. We'll get a statewide and regional picture.
Courtney Bodge - She lives in Manchester in transitional housing after spending some time homeless in the city. She has three children and is in recovery from addiction.
Cathy Kuhn - Director of the New Hampshire Coalition to End Homelessness and vice president of Research and Training for Families In Transition, a non-profit organization that provides housing and social services to homeless individuals and families.
Ryan Lawliss - Emergency housing coordinator with Southwestern Community Services. He manages homeless shelters in Keene.
Kyle Stucker - Rochester reporter with Foster's Daily Democrat. He has done extensive coverage of homelessness in the seacoast area.