They may not be as obvious as their counterparts in the city, but there are hundreds of homeless people in Baltimore County. Some may be in shelters, but many of them are out of sight, camping in the woods.
On a Monday morning, Wade Pratt and Charlene Gaskins were getting ready to head out to visit one of those camps. Pratt opened the trunk of his car that was chock full of coats, sweatpants, toiletries, granola bars, water, hats and scarves.
"I really wish we’d gotten a van," he said.