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New Data on Race, Ethnicity and Homelessness

The Alliance recently released a new Demographic Data Project brief: Race, Ethnicity, and Homelessness.  The third installment of the series continues to use Continuum of Care (CoC)- and state-level Point-in-Time data to deepen the nation’s understanding of homelessness.  As with […]

Continuing the Demographic Conversation: A Focus on Men and Women

Who is left out in the cold?  Who is uniquely vulnerable?  Are the uniquely vulnerable facing unique challenges requiring unique solutions?  Demographic information on homelessness opens the door to better answers to such questions and thus better services.  This goal […]

State Progress in Ending Family Homelessness is Uneven

Over a five-year period, the number of families experiencing homelessness (living in shelter, transitional housing, or unsheltered situations) on a single night decreased by 21 percent. Families experiencing unsheltered homelessness declined by more than half.  Family homelessness did not decline […]

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