Homeless population by age group in Delaware

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Why This Indicator Matters

Family residential instability and homelessness can contribute to poor educational outcomes for children. Compared with their peers, homeless children are more likely to become ill, go hungry, experience educational disruption, be exposed to violence and exhibit delinquent or aggressive behaviors.
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Definitions: Based on "Point in Time Count" of homelessness population, generally conducted in late January of a given year.

Data Source: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Continuum of Care Homeless Assistance Programs Homeless Populations and Subpopulations

Footnotes:

In 2021, HUD gave communities the option to cancel or modify the unsheltered survey portion of their counts based on the potential risk of COVID-19 transmission associated with conducting an in-person survey. As a result, HUD has excluded the unsheltered population sub-totals and all unsheltered population data for this reporting period. The user is cautioned that the total homeless counts reported here are missing data.

Data last updated: 01/2023