NAYTAHWAUSH, Minn. (KFGO AM) -- White Earth Indian Reservation leaders are looking to reduce the hidden homeless population.
A homeless housing complex in Naytahwaush is being built to house 70 people--specifically families with children who are homeless.
Reservation leaders say eligibility will be based on how long a person has been homeless and if they need any specific services.
It's estimated more than 200 people on the reservation are homeless.
The five million dollar project is scheduled to be complete by September, and leaders expect the complex to be full in a few months.