Homeless children and youth in New Hampshire
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Homeless children and youth
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because one or more years have been deselected.
"Doubled-up" refers to staying with another family; "transitional" to staying in shelters, awaiting foster care, and other transitional housing situations; and "unsheltered" to living in cars, parks, campgrounds, temporary trailers, etc.
Data Source: New Hampshire Department of Education
Footnotes: Selected school districts are those in the most populous town or city in each New Hampshire county, as well as in any city with a population of at least 25,000 and Portsmouth. Data suppressed for counts under 5.
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