The Department of Veterans Affairs, the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness on Thursday announced preliminary results of the 2022 Point-in-Time Count showing an 11% decline in veteran homelessness since early 2020, the last time a full count was conducted.
This is the biggest drop in veteran homelessness in more than five years.
The data show on a single night in January 2022, there were 33,136 veterans who were experiencing homelessness in the United States — down from 37,252 in 2020.
Overall, this represents a 55.3% reduction in veterans experiencing homelessness since 2010. (Continue reading here…)
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