2012 Saw 6% Increase in Number of Arlington Shelter Users


    ARLINGTON, VA – January 30, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — The number of people served in Arlington homeless shelters rose 6% in 2012, but the average length of time a person stayed in shelter decreased 28%. The biggest improvement was in housing homeless families, where the average length of stay fell from 5.4 months to 3 months

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