Coordinated system looks to bring end to homelessness in SW Minn.
WILLMAR — An 18-county pilot program that has the goal to end homelessness in southwest Minnesota, including Kandiyohi County, begins Oct. 1.
The “coordinated assessment” pilot program is designed to keep homeless people from “going from agency to agency asking if they might be helped,” according to a news release from the Southwest Minnesota Continuum of Care, which is a regional planning group coordinated by the Southwest Minnesota Housing Partnership.
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