After a successful visit and lunch, Shakarra Borchgrevink leaves Project Homeless Connect 2017 with her four children, ages 1-7, her little brother and her mom Thursday. Just a year ago, Borchgrevink was homeless, yet was able to change that with help she found at Project Homeless Connect. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Homeless Connect provides services, resources to those in need

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