Down and out in Ulster County: While the number of homeless increases, a new strategy is being pursued

It’s been a cold winter, according to Kathy Germain, who’s in charge of housing services at Rupco and coordinator of the annual tabulation of Ulster County’s homeless numbers. Local social-service agencies involved in services for the homeless numbers say the numbers rose this past winter compared to the previous year. They don’t expect increased funding or services from the federal government . . .

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