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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- It's a big problem in Louisville, affecting young adults between the ages of 16 and 24. The Coalition for the Homeless is stepping up its efforts to get young adults off the streets.
Several programs are helping the effort, but the group says more can be done, and it's getting the public involved.
It held an event at Fourth Street Live Monday morning to roll out a new campaign called, "Where Will You Sleep Tonight?"
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer explained, "We're doing a lot of good things in a lot of good ways, but we can always do more and we can always go faster. And that's the intention of this program that we are rolling out today, is to prompt those questions with folks so they'll step up."
Signs will be posted across the city as part of the campaign.