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Emergency and transitional shelter population, 2000

Annetta C. Smith

Emergency and transitional shelter population, 2000

by Annetta C. Smith

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, U.S. Census Bureau in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shelters for the homeless -- United States -- Statistics,
  • Emergency housing -- United States -- Statistics,
  • Homelessness -- United States -- Statistics,
  • Homeless persons -- United States -- Statistics,
  • United States -- Census, 22nd, 2000

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by Annetta C. Smith and Denise I. Smith].
    GenreStatistics., Census, 22nd, 2000.
    SeriesCENSR -- 01-2., CENSR (Series) -- 01-2.
    ContributionsSmith, Denise I., U.S. Census Bureau.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 17 leaves :
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17607206M
    OCLC/WorldCa48470639

    lies now comprise forty percent of the homeless population, with the major­ ity headed by a single mother. By the mids over 2, family shelters had been established in communities across the United States.2 The demand for emergency shelter by families with children increased fifty percent between and , a trend that seems to be Author: Kathryn Feltey, Laura Nichols. Housing First for Families; Similar content. Without a comparison group drawn from a similar emergency shelter population or a population placed into transitional housing with tenure dependent upon cooperation with services, it is difficult to place these outcomes in context. Nonetheless, both the Hennepin County and Beyond Shelter programs.

    Most users of homeless shelters used only an emergency shelter, while 17 percent used only transitional housing, and less than 5 percent used both during the reporting period. Since , the annual number of those using homeless shelters in cities has decreased from million to million, a . though they only made up % of the entire U.S. family population Children, youth, and families People in families made up % of the total sheltered and unsheltered homeless population in The proportion of homeless people who used emergency shelters and transitional housing as part.

    Referrals to Emergency Shelters and Transitional Housing Sites throughout Delaware - A list of emergency and transi-tional housing sites for each county appears in this publication. DSHA provides referrals to the sites. Length of stay and population served differs for each facility. Contact the sites directly. Referrals to Emergency Funds ProvidersFile Size: KB. The purpose of this study was twofold: (1) to determine the role of transitional housing in ending homelessness for women and (2) to explore how gender-specific experiences of homelessness may.


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Not indexed. Not illustrated. Excerpt: Includes people without Author: United States. Bureau of the Census. the population in emergency and transitional shelter programs did not increase in every region.

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A study by the National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty estimates that to million Americans experience homelessness annually. Alaska, California, Nevada, Oregon, Colorado, and Hawaii are the states with the highest concentration of homeless people. Around million children or one of out every 50 children in America are homeless.

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About million people, or about % of the U.S. population, used an emergency shelter or a transitional housing program between October 1, and Septem Homelessness in the United States increased after the Great Recession. The Emergency and Transitional Shelter Population: People enumerated in the Census at emergency and transitional shelters and their demographic characteristics and geographic distribution.

Decennial Census Publications Online collections of audio, infographics, photos, publications, videos, working papers, etc. Emergency shelter, Transitional shelter / T-shelter, Core housing / progressive shelter, Site planning, Infrastructure, Guidelines / materials /mass communications: Portugal: Natural Disaster: Case study: Shelter Projects A The importance of assessment in Shelter, n/a-Opinion piece: Shelter Projects (B).

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New York had of the total number of people in emergency and transitional shelters across the U.S., California had percent, and Texas was third with percent. North Dakota and Vermont tied in for the lowest percent of the total number of people in emergency and transitional shelters across the U.S., with percent.

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