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A Year of Federal Action to Address the Nation’s Homelessness Crisis

In this blog statement on the 2023 Point-in-Time Count, USICH Director Olivet outlines what the Biden-Harris administration has been doing since the data was collected in January.

HUD Releases January 2023 Point-in-Time Count Data

The report found a 12% increase in homelessness from January 2022 to January 2023. Along with the report, HUD also released fact sheets on the data, the key findings, and communities where homelessness bucked the national trend.

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POSTED BY Admin | Dec, 18, 2023 |
TAGS : homelessness housing Point-In-Time Count

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