The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has taken action to ensure that Continuums of Care accomplish a comparative analysis of race and ethnicity distribution within the entire geography served by the CoC. Continuums of Care can take further action to ensure a comparative analysis of race and ethnicity distribution within each city…

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A 2023 to 2022 homeless count comparison of each subpopulation for the entire State, Northern California, Central California, and Southern California is detailed below Click here to see a regional map of CoCs The 2023 to 2022 homeless count comparison revealed the following for the State of California, which is also noted side by side…

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A comparison by region reveals a decrease (2.1%) for Northern California CoCs an increase (4.3%) for Central California CoCs and an increase (10.8%) for Southern California CoCs.  A comparison by region also reveals Southern California CoCs counted 60.0% of the state’s total 2023 count Northern California CoCs counted 32.5% of state’s the total 2023 count…

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One-fourth of these CoCs have not yet publicly reported their 2023 results or did not Complete a Sheltered and Unsheltered Count in 2023 In 2022, 39 CoCs counted 3,000 or more persons during their homeless counts, collectively totaling 322,869 or more than half (55.4%) of the 582,462 total number of persons counted as homeless nationwide…

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Number of PEH who died by accident more than doubled. Number of PEH who died by homicide more than doubled. Number of Black PEH who died more than doubled. Number of Hispanic/Latin(o)(a)(x) PEH who died more than doubled. California Assembly Bill 271 Homeless Death Review Committees, if approved during the 2023 legislative session would, authorize…

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