It’s nearly impossible to say how many homeless people there are in New Hampshire. And the biggest reason is that most people without a home in this state aren’t on the street or in shelters—they actually have a roof over their heads.
Some sleep on couches, and some rent rooms by the week at a place like the P.K. Motel in Effingham.
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