Southern California Continuums of Care:
Comparing Selected 2013 and 2015 Homeless Count and Survey Data
Maps including tables compiled by Urban Initiatives with data supplied by Southern California Continuum of Care (CoC) leaders compare selected 2013 homeless count and survey data with 2015 homeless count and survey data.
One map, which includes a related data table, displays the increase or decrease of the total number of homeless (unsheltered and sheltered) adults and children for each of the 13 CoCs that make up Southern California (click here).
Another one shows the increase or decrease of the total number of homeless veterans for each CoC (click here).
Another one displays the increase or decrease of the total number of chronically homeless persons for each CoC (click here).
Urban Initiatives wishes to thank the leaders from each of the 13 continuums of care for providing data: Glendale (City), Imperial County, Kern County, Long Beach (City), Los Angeles County, Orange County, Pasadena (City), Riverside County, Santa Barbara County, San Bernardino County, San Diego County, San Luis Obispo County, and Ventura County. These continuums of care make up the Southern California CoC Leaders Alliance, which meets periodically throughout the year.
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Urban Initiatives is a non-profit organization that consists of several community-based and faith-based institutes that respond to the economic, housing, and social needs of neighborhoods, cities, and counties from local community, regional, national, international, and faith-based perspectives.
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