we'll examine Chapter 3 of The State of Homelessness in America 2013

Is your state keeping up with that pace? Some communities are! According to the Alliance's State of Homelessness in America 2013, chronic homelessness decreased in 29 states and the District of Columbia from 2011 to 2012. Many states even saw large double-digit decreases, including Louisiana, Michigan, Arkansas, Missouri, Georgia, Indiana, South Carolina, and Maryland.

1) National alliance to end homelessness: the state of homelessness in America 2013 report.

The State of Homelessness in America 2013, the third in this series, uses the most recently available national data from a variety of sources: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, and National Association of State Budget Officers. This report includes three chapters: Chapter One presents data on homelessness at the national and state levels using point-in-time estimates of the overall homeless population and subpopulations, measured in 2011 and 2012; Chapter Two describes economic and housing factors that impact homelessness including housing cost and unemployment; and Chapter Three describes demographic and household factors that impact homelessness including population groups that are at increased risk.

State of Homelessness in America 2013

The State of Homelessness in America 2013 finds that. The State of Homelessness in America 2013, the third in a series from the National Alliance to End Homelessness, uses the most recently available national data from a variety of sources: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, National Association of State Budget Officers. This report includes three chapters. Chapter One presents data on homelessness at the national and state levels using point-in-time estimates of the overall homeless population and subpopulations, measured in 2011 and 2012. Chapter Two describes economic and housing factors that impact homelessness including housing cost and unemployment. Chapter Three describes demographic and household factors that impact homelessness including population groups that are at increased risk.

The state of homelessness in America 2013

The State of Homelessness in America 2013, the third in this series, uses national data from a variety of sources to examine trends in homelessness between 2011 and 2012 as well as the economic, housing, and demographic context in which homelessness changes over time. Results are organized into three chapters. Chapter 1 presents data on homelessness at the national and state levels using point-in-time estimates of the overall homeless population and subpopulations. Chapter 2 describes economic and housing factors that impact homelessness, including housing cost and unemployment. Chapter 3 describes demographic and household factors that impact homelessness and the population groups that are at increased risk. Appendices provide detailed state-level information on all homelessness data and contextual factors described in the report. Overall, the homeless population decreased by less than 1 percent from 2011 to 2012. There were decreases in all homeless subpopulations, except among persons in families. The largest decreases were among veterans and those identified as chronically homeless.

SoUrCe: “THe STATe oF HoMeLeSSNeSS IN AMerICA 2013”