(Columbus, OH) A new report sheds light on the Buckeye State's homeless population.
A new report indicates that more than 58,000 Ohioans were homeless in 2016. The Ohio Human Services Data Warehouse crunched the numbers over the last two years with a group that provides services to people experiencing homelessness across the state.
The study also showed that 30 percent of people who sought services were under 18, including more than six-thousand infants.
Veterans contributed to seven percent of those who needed services.