As our weather turns colder, our homeless problem in Central Oregon becomes more urgent. Chris Clouart with the Bethlehem Inn, says unfortunately its a year round concern. “But homelessness is not a seasonal issue; it’s just that the sense of danger that you get from being homeless is much more aware in peoples’ consciousness when the weather turns cold. It doesn’t change the fact that it could be August and 90 degrees and somebody could be homeless. What I’m saying is the need for people to find shelter during these people is more critical. “ Clouart expects to have greater numbers needing shelter this winter, with our high unemployment rate. Clouart was the guest on "Your Town" during the KBND Morning News Tuesday.