Tomorrow, we should get a new sense of how many people don't have a home in Meridian.
The homeless population will be counted as part of The National Point in Time Count.
It's also a time for homeless individuals to get free health screenings and learn about job opportunities.
The resource fair starts at ten a-m at The Mount Barton building.
“It’s going to be a good event. This is the fourth year that we have had the privilege housing it, serving it and hosting it. We ask not only our homeless community take part in it, but we ask our community partners to take part in whether you have a booth set up or not to come out,” said Ronald Collier, Multi-County Community Service executive director .
More than 20 community agencies will be on hand for the event to lend a helping hand.