Commenters suggested creating a year-round homeless shelter, more police downtown and getting more money to existing programs that deal with homeless people.
A recent survey shows Indiana’s homeless population has dropped 2 percent since last year.
The Shalom Center is working with 25 residents at the Crawford Apartments through a permanent supportive housing model.
The count shows there are more than 6,000 homeless people in Indiana – veterans make up 12 percent of that total.
The Indiana Housing and Community and Development Authority is launching a new tool that aims to better match homeless people with the services they need.
The South Central Housing Network plans to create a proposal at the end of its three-day series of meetings.
The City of Greencastle may use as much as $200,000 of its rainy day fund to help a local group re-establish a homeless shelter in the community.
A remembrance ceremony in Bloomington brought several people together.
The Hoosier Hills Food Bank has seen an increase in demand over the last few months.
The exhibit comes from research showing homelessness exists in a number of forms.