Houston Nearly Halves Homeless Population In 4 Years

HOUSTON, TX - SEPTEMBER 23:  Men, mostly homeless, fill the beds at the Salvation Army shelter September 23, 2005 in Houston, Texas. About 300 people, more than double the average number, fled to the shelter to escape Hurricane Rita.    (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
HOUSTON, TX – SEPTEMBER 23: Men, mostly homeless, fill the beds at the Salvation Army shelter September 23, 2005 in Houston, Texas. About 300 people, more than double the average number, fled to the shelter to escape Hurricane Rita. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

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