2010 Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress (6th Ed. )
The AHAR provides the results of local counts of people homeless on a single night in January, as well as estimates of the number, characteristics, and service patterns of all people who used residential programs for homeless people during the 2010 federal Fiscal Year (Oct. 2009-Sept. 2010). Also, for the first time, this year¿s AHAR includes info. about the use of permanent supportive housing programs and the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program. This is the first report to provide national estimates on the use of the full continuum of homeless assistance programs ¿ from homelessness prevention to homeless residential services to permanent supportive housing. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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African American AHAR AHAR reporting Appendix APR Question Balance Burlington County CDBG CDBG jurisdictions certainty sites characteristics chronically homeless City & County City/County Continuum Contributing Communities Counts of Homeless County CoC County Yes Yes Data Collection Eaton County emergency shelter Exhibit exit ﬁrst grantees Hispanic/Latino HMIS Data homeless assistance Homeless Counts homeless individuals Homeless Management Information homeless programs Homelessness Prevention Housing for Individuals Housing Using HMIS HPRP Information System data length of stay Louis County Management Information System Monroe County national estimates number of homeless number of persons October 2009-September participants Permanent Supportive Housing persons in families Persons in Permanent Point-in-Time Counts Prevention and Rapid principal cities PSH beds PSH programs PSH tenants reporting categories rural areas shelter and transitional shelter or transitional sheltered homeless sheltered homeless population Statewide CoC stratum suburban and rural total number transitional housing transitional housing programs Unsheltered Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes