If your homeless you might not know where to go to help. Gov. Chris Christie was in Atlantic County on Tuesday to promote the Atlantic Homeless Alliance, which is a one-stop shop for different programs. Christie said he hoped Atlantic County could serve as a mode for the rest of the state. According to the program’s director, it has helped 750 people so far since Feb. Roughly 25,000 in the state are homeless at different points throughout the year.
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