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As temperatures chill, Pittsburgh’s homeless shelters face new challenges in the pandemic

With the onset of cold weather and rising COVID-19 cases locally, Pittsburgh-area homeless shelters have seen an influx of federal aid yet face unprecedented challenges in keeping an already vulnerable population safe and out of the elements. In December, Allegheny County‚Äôs Department of Human Services received $1.2 million from the federal CARES Act. The funding […]