Point In Time count

Armed with phones, volunteers surveyed homeless residents throughout Temple and Bell County Thursday as part of an annual Point In Time count. Some volunteers in Temple interviewed those waiting in line for food at Feed My Sheep after first verifying that they were homeless.

An annual count to record the number of homeless residents in Bell County will now take place Thursday.

Bobby Erig, a member of the Central Texas Homelessness Coalition, said that this year’s Point in Time count will take place later this week. Erig’s organization conducts the annual survey on a single day each year where they count the number of homeless people as well as their demographic information.

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