Pima County is using a new computer program to help connect homeless people with housing and other services, and officials say it will change the metro area’s approach to ending homelessness.

The new system evaluates a homeless person’s specific needs with questions such as how often he or she has been without permanent housing, or what medical services the person is looking for.

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