SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – As you’re starting off your day in your warm home, a large portion of Utah’s homeless population is out in the cold.
Finding them a warm shelter is one thing, but having enough staff to run them is a whole other story. In fact, several emergency shelters and overflow facilities need volunteers and employees to keep them open.
Joining Good Morning Utah to talk a little more about this is Andrew Johnston the director of Homeless Policy and Outreach for Salt Lake City and Sue Ativalu with Volunteers of America Utah.
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