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Fy11 Linn County Homeless Data Report

Fy11 Linn County Homeless Data Report

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FY11 LINN COUNTY HOMELESS DATASUMMARY REPORT
The number of homeless persons served by Linn County Emergency Shelters andTransitional Housing Programs in Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 (July 1, 2010
 –
June 30,2011) increased 5% from the previous fiscal year.
During FY11, local programs served 5,802 homeless persons
. FY11 data iscontrasted with data from the previous four fiscal years in the chart below.
4,1744,5074,4515,5205,80201000200030004000500060007000FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11
   #   S   E   R   V   E   D
LINN COUNTY HOMELESS DATA
 
Of the 5,802 persons served in FY11
, 1,070 or 19% were men, 1,818 or 31% werewomen and 2,914 or 
50% were children
. The overall number of shelter nights / daysprovided by local homeless programs increased by approximately 22%, from 97,260in FY10 to 118,768 in FY11.
 
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EMERGENCY SHELTERS
Nine programs provide overnight or daytime emergency shelter or lodging in LinnCounty. Combined, these programs provided 34,648 shelter nights and 6,341shelter days to 5,230 persons in FY11, up (276 individuals) from the 4,954 personsserved in FY10.The total number of shelter nights and days provided by these programs decreased.5% from 41,219 in FY10 to 40,989 in FY11, indicating that shelter stays wereshorter overall.Of the 5,230 persons served by emergency shelters in FY11:
 
909 or 17% were men;
 
1,616 or 31% were women; and
 
2,705 or 52% were children/youth.These percentages are similar to those in FY10, although the percentage of menserved increased 1%, while the percentage of women served decreased 1%,respectively.The following chart illustrates the number of men, women and children served, aswell as the number of shelter nights/days provided by each of these programs inFY11.
SHELTER OR PROGRAMNAME# MENSERVED# WOMENSERVED# CHILDREN/ YOUTHSERVEDTOTAL #SERVED#NIGHTS ORDAYS OFSHELTERPROVIDED
Catholic Worker House 17 121 75 213 4,841Cedar House Shelter 124 22 0 146 5,649Foundation 2 Youth Shelter 0 0 374 374 4,564Mission of Hope Shelter 411 2 0 413 3,921Salvation Army
(Emergency Lodging)
17 19 20 56 90Waypoint Domestic Violence Program
(Emergency Lodging)
 2 117 92 211 567Waypoint Madge Phillips Center 
 
24-hour 
 
Daytime001251191124196224931536,3646,341Willis Dady Emergency Shelter 338 19 58 415 8,652
TOTALS: 909 1616 2705 5230 40,989
During FY11, Emergency Shelters reported turning away or placing 3,295 individualson waiting lists for various reasons, but primarily because the shelter was full or the
individual did not meet the shelter’s eligibility criteria.
 
 
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TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
Five agencies provided transitional housing services to various subgroups of thehomeless population. Combined these programs provided 77,779 nights of shelter to 572 persons during FY11. The FY11
number 
served”
represents an increase of 6persons, or 1%, from FY10.Of those served by transitional housing programs in FY11:
 
161 or 28% were men;
 
202 or 35% were women; and
 
209 or 37% were children.In FY11, the number of men served increased by 3%, the number of women servedincreased by 1% and the number of children served decreased 3% over FY10 totals.The overall number of shelter nights provided by these programs increasedapproximately 39%, from 56,041 in FY10 to 77,779 in FY11.It should be noted that units at
HACAP’s Inn Circle facility
, which was undergoingrenovations throughout much of FY10, became available again in FY11, impactingboth the number served and the shelter nights provided by this program.The following chart illustrates the number of men, women and children served, aswell as the number of shelter nights provided by each of these programs in FY11.
TRANSITIONAL HOUSINGPROGRAM NAME# MENSERVED# WOMENSERVED# CHILDRENSERVEDTOTAL #SERVED#NIGHTS OFSHELTERPROVIDED
 ASAC Transitional Housing 36 54 72 162 5,818Catherine McAuley Center 0 38 0 38 4,129Foundation 2 Transitional Living 5 11 3 19 1,794HACAP Transitional Housing 18 68 134 220 55,189Safe Place Foundation 102 31 0 133 10,849
TOTALS: 161 202 209 572 77,779
Turn-away and waiting list data was available for three of these programs (CatherineMcAuley, Foundation 2 Transitional Living and the Safe Place Foundation) for atleast a portion of the year during FY11. Those programs reported that over that timeframe, cumulatively 352 individuals were turned away or placed on program waitinglists.

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