Category: Individual Adults

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 […]

Data Snapshot: Homelessness Among Gender Minorities

Gender Minorities Are More Likely to Experience Unsheltered Homelessness June 25, 2019 — During the 2018 Point-in-Time (PIT) Count, transgender and gender non-binary individuals were counted in almost every state and nearly two-thirds of the Continuums of Care in the […]

The Demographic Data Project

The Demographic Data Project compiles data analyzed from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) 2018 Point-in-Time Count to examine the rates of homelessness among different populations. This series works to promote equity, by examining data that illustrates […]

Using Data to Promote Equity: The Demographic Data Project

Pride Month marks the launch of the Alliance’s Demographic Data Project.  The project promotes awareness about the connections between identity and homelessness.  It urges systems, advocates, researchers, and others to consider ways they can help promote equity for groups that […]

Building a Conversation: Aged Homelessness on the Rise

Researchers are sounding an alarm on a trend that’s been emerging for years: the homeless population is growing older, and the number of older homeless Americans is growing larger.  This is a trend that providers, first responders, and medical professionals have been seeing for quite some […]

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