JOPLIN, MO.--- Workers at Souls Harbor in Joplin say more than 200 people in the community are without a permanent place to call home. The shelter provides up to 45 meals a day, and can provide 25 people with a place to stay at night. Souls Harbor employees say the homeless population around Joplin is growing.
"Homelessness is huge. In this town, it's huge. Bigger towns it's worse, but it's big here," says Jan Burres, Shelter Manager, Souls Harbor.
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