Map of California showing number of homeless persons with HIV/AIDS counted in 2019 in each continuum of care

–The number of persons with HIV/AIDS counted as homeless in the United States in 2019 was half (50.4%) the number of persons with HIV/AIDS counted in 2005– –In contrast, the number of persons with HIV/AIDS counted as homeless in California in 2019 was one and a half times (155.0%) of the persons counted in 2005–…

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–After Significant Progress towards Ending Homelessness among Veterans in California throughout the Years 2011 – 2016, the Trend has Reversed during the Past Three Years According to Recent Homeless Counts– –A Significant Majority of California Continuums of Care Recently Reported  Not Having Sufficient Resources to Move Homeless Veterans into Permanent Housing Using a Housing First…

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–As the number of permanent supportive housing beds has increased, so has the number of chronically homeless persons instead of decreasing– –See map below for the number of chronically homeless persons counted by each continuum of care in 2019– –See map below for the number of permanent supportive housing beds reported by each continuum of…

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–-More than one-third (34.7%) of all persons were counted in Region 4: West; Division 9, (Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington)– –More than half (54.8%) of all persons were counted in Region 4: West; Division 9 and Region 1; Division 2 (New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania)— –A strategic focus is needed for states with…

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–See California Continuums of Care (CoCs) Map Noting Increase or Decrease for Each CoC– –all 44 California CoCs had a collective increase of 16.4% (see Table 1)– –all 23 Northern California CoCs had a collective increase of 22.6% (see Table 2)– –all 8 Central California CoCs had a collective increase of 18.8% (see Table 3)–…

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