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A Portrait of Family Homelessness in America

A Portrait of Family Homelessness in America ICPH Do You Know How Many Parents and Children are Homeless in Your Community? USA Institute for Children, Poverty & Homelessness Bellingham Mt. Vernon Port Angeles Everett Bremerton Seattle Olympia Tacoma Spokane Coeur d' Alene WASHINGTON Longview Vancouver Portland Kennewick Missoula Helena Great Falls Grand Forks LAKE SUPERIOR Bangor MONTANA MAINE Duluth Salem NORTH DAKOTA Bismarck Augusta Fargo Eugene Lewiston Billings Buington Bend, OREGON MINNESOTA Portland VT. N.H. St. Cloud Concord IDAHO NEW YORK Nampa Boise Minneapolis St. Paul Eagan Manchester LAKE ONTARIO Rochester Syracuse Traverse City SOUTH DAKOTA Eau Claire Green Bay Cadillac Boston Idaho Falls Albany MASS. R.I. WYOMING Rapid City WISCONSIN MICHIGAN Buffalo Hartford Sioux Falls Flint Redding Grand Rapids CONN. Casper Madison Milwaukee Lansing Scranton /Reno Detroit Erie IOWA LAKE ERIE New York N.J. Logan Waukegan Kalamazoo PENNSYLVANIA Sioux City Chico Ogden Layton Cleveland Akron Cedar Rapids Chicago -South Bend Toledo Trenton NEBRASKA Harrisburg Philadelphia Salt Lake City • Des Moines Davenport Gary Fort Wayne Roseville Cheyenne Findlay Canton Pittsburgh Santa Rosa Carson City NEVADA Omaha INDIANA онIо Wilmington Sacramento Provo Fort Collins Greeley Grand Island Baltimore Peoria Bloomington Lincoln DEL. Washington, D.C. San Francisco Stockton Columbus Oakland Boulder UTAH Dayton Denver Lakewood Aurora ILLINOIS Indianapolis WEST MD. San Jose Grand Junction Cincinnati VIRGINIA Manhattan Colorado Springs Charleston Kansas City Fresno Topeka Salinas Salina St. Louis Frankfort Richmond KANSAS Saint George COLORADO Louisville Lexington CALIFORNIA Pueblo MISSOURI Blansville VIRGINIA Virginia Beach Hutchinson Las Vegas Wichita KENTUCKY Bakersfield Jpplin Springfield Greensboro Sánta Barbara Farmington Raleigh NORTH CAROLINA Flagstaff Oxnard D Los Angeles San Bernardino Nashville Knoxville ARIZONA Enid Rogers Asheville Fayetteville • Charlotte Rio Rancho Santa Fe TENNESSEE Stillwater Tulsa Fayetteville Anaheim Prescott 5,000 Albuquerque Oklahoma City Chattanooga Greenville Wilmington Amarillo Riverside ARKANSAS Mamphis SOUTH CAROLINA Norman Huntsville Columbia San Diego Little Rock Decatur Lawton Phoenix OKLAHOMA Atlanta Athens 1,000 Yuma NEW MEXICO Augusta Birmingham Roswell Lubbock 100 Macon Tucson TEXAS Plano MISSISSIPPI ALABAMA Dallas Savannah Las Cruces Sierra Vista Montgomery GEORGIA No shelter beds in county Fort Worth Shreveport Monroe Abilene Jackson El Paso Odessa Midland LOUISIANA, Shelter beds in county San Angelo Waco Hattiesburg Jacksonville Each circle is proportional in size to the number of persons in homeless families with children residing in emergency shelter or transitional housing on a single night in January 2010. Each county is labeled according to the most populous city. Counties were grouped together for Baltimore, New York City, and St. Louis. Killeen Mobile Tallahassee Baton Rouge Gulfport Gainesville Austin New Orleans Ocala Deltona Houston Beaumont Sugar Land Metairie Fairbanks San Antonio Orlando Palm Bay ALASKA Tampa St. Petersburg Victoria FLORIDA Anchorage Laredo Corpus Christi West Palm Beach Honolulu Accurate data on the number of Fort Lauderdale family shelter beds per county was adjusted using point-in-time count data for each continuum of care. Jurisdictions reporting more persons than beds were reduced to match the number of beds. Juneau Miami MCAllen Brownsville HAWAII New York 1 inch = 250 miles Hilo 1 centimeter = 158 kilometers Same scale as Hartford Poughkeepsie main map New Haven Source: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, HUD's 2010 CoC Homeless Assistance Programs -Homeless Populations and Subpopulations; U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, HUD's 2010 CoC Homeless Assistance Programs-Housing Inventory Chart Report. Middletown Bridgeport Scranton Yonkers Smithtown San Francisco Chicago Washington, D.C. Hackensack Boston Hempstead Newark Vallejo Sacramento Racine Wilmington Elizabeth San Rafael Bethlehem New York Manchester Kenosha Baltimore LAKE MICHGAN Frederick Allentown Edison Lynn Concord San Francisco Waukegan Dover Lowell Trenton 1 inch = 125 miles Stockton Reading Boston Silver Spring Washington, D.C. Bowie Chicago Worcester 1 centimeter = 79 kilometers Oakland Daly City Aurora DeKalb Philadelphia Quincy Brockton NATIONAL SURVEY Reston 125 250 Miles Naperville South Bend Modesto Camden OF PROGRAMS AND SERVICES Dale City Springfield San Santa Jose Cruz Providence Red, White, and Blue Book FOR HOMELESS FAMILIES Joliet Gary Wilmington Atlantic City Warwick 200 400 Kilometers Merced Hartford All city inset maps are at a scale of 1 inch = 63 miles and 1 centimeter = 40 kilometers. Copyright © 2012 Institute for Children, Poverty, and Homelessness %3D LAKE HURON CHIGAN

A Portrait of Family Homelessness in America

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Source: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, HUD's 2010 CoC Homeless Assistance Programs—Homeless Populations and Subpopulations; U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, HUD's...



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