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Bellingham’s invisible housing crisis: homeless children

City officials seek solutions to growing problem

An RV and truck are parked alongside a mural of a mountain.
Vehicles occupied by unhoused people line Bellingham's Cornwall Avenue in October 2022. The number of homeless families with children in Whatcom County has increased dramatically since 2019. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
A homelessness crisis has emerged in Whatcom County that most people don’t see. If there was a bri

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