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  • ReStart helps KC’s homeless come in from the cold

    Alankar Patel, an outreach worker with ReStart Inc., helps the homeless look for temporary shelter and eventually permanent housing. ReStart and other local aid agencies use an index to prioritize the worst cases and try to help the most vulnerable first.

Alankar Patel, an outreach worker with ReStart Inc., helps the homeless look for temporary shelter and eventually permanent housing. ReStart and other local aid agencies use an index to prioritize the worst cases and try to help the most vulnerable first. Allison Long and Joe Robertson The Kansas City Star
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Who’s more likely to die? KC agencies try to help the most imperiled homeless first

November 24, 2016 8:00 AM