took me in more than

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Source: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/good-news/father-and-son-determined-to-help-the-homeless/ar-BBZgR98

John Hansen and his 10-year-old son Chase search the streets of Salt Lake City every weekend for the perfect person to take to lunch. Their only requirement is that the person is homeless.They started Project Empathy four years ago, to share a meal with someone, listen to their story and figure out how they can help."The homeless took me in more than the people I actually knew here," said one homeless woman named Monique.

What does the underlined sentence mean?

Thanks!

Jason
 
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Because the text says ""The homeless took me in more than the people I actually knew here," said one homeless woman named Monique."
 

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Of course! Thanks tzfujimino. I must say that because of the small font size, I was disinclined to read through the whole text, so I just skimmed through it and missed that part.
Jasonlulu_2000, please use the default font size in future posts.
 

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I've just enlarged the font in post #1.
 
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