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New York City 2005-2008 Homelessness Rates
Topic Societal Trends Issue Group Inequality


 
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 Name 2005-2008 Homelessness Rates [600] - New York City: Total Homeless [8301] 2005-2008 Homelessness Rates [600] - New York City: Unsheltered Homeless [8302] 2005-2008 Homelessness Rates [600] - New York City: Sheltered Homeless [8303]
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Last Updated 7/15/2009 7/15/2009 7/15/2009
Source Department of Housing and Urban Development Department of Housing and Urban Development Department of Housing and Urban Development
Source URL http://www.hud.gov/news/release.cfm?content=pr09-108.cfm
http://www.hudhre.info/documents/3rdHomelessAssessmentReport.pdf
http://www.hud.gov/news/release.cfm?content=pr09-108.cfm
http://www.hudhre.info/documents/3rdHomelessAssessmentReport.pdf
http://www.hud.gov/news/release.cfm?content=pr09-108.cfm
http://www.hudhre.info/documents/3rdHomelessAssessmentReport.pdf
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Legend per 1000 people [600] - www.data360.org per 1000 people [600] - www.data360.org per 1000 people [600] - www.data360.org
Notes These data are from the recently released 4th Annual Homeless Assessment Report as well as last years 3rd Annual report. The homeless count procedures are still quite new, and this is obviously a short time series, so it is unclear how real any trends are. Still, it represents a growing push to collect hard data in the effort to combat homelessness, and may be informative. These data are from the recently released 4th Annual Homeless Assessment Report as well as last years 3rd Annual report. The homeless count procedures are still quite new, and this is obviously a short time series, so it is unclear how real any trends are. Still, it represents a growing push to collect hard data in the effort to combat homelessness, and may be informative. These data are from the recently released 4th Annual Homeless Assessment Report as well as last years 3rd Annual report. The homeless count procedures are still quite new, and this is obviously a short time series, so it is unclear how real any trends are. Still, it represents a growing push to collect hard data in the effort to combat homelessness, and may be informative.
2005 5.86  0.54  5.33 
2006 6.73  0.46  6.27 
2007 6.09  0.45  5.63 
2008 6.01  0.4  5.62