Category: Individual Adults

Calculating the Crisis in Individual Adult Homelessness

In preparing the recently released State of Homelessness: 2020 Edition, it was evident that one group was associated with a long list of particularly troubling statistics—individuals. The most recent data suggests that far too many people experiencing homelessness fall into […]

Permanent Housing Increases Show Commitment to Ending Homelessness 

Communities across the country are working to permanently end homelessness: analysis from the State of Homelessness: 2020 Edition highlights growing investments in permanent housing. Not only does this policy direction reduce housing instability, but it promotes health and justice.   Increasing […]

Increases in Individual Homelessness: A Gender Analysis

According to the most recent Point-in-Time data analyzed in The State of Homelessness: 2020 Edition, 2016 began a trend in the number of individual adults experiencing homelessness, rising annually from that point after six consecutive years of decreases. In the […]

COVID-19 and the State of Homelessness

As the Homeless Research Institute (HRI) worked to prepare The State of Homelessness: 2020 Edition, the COVID-19 global pandemic erupted. Like innumerable other small corners of the world, progress on the report was impacted. But, far more significantly, its subject […]

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