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Baltimore City Homeless Point-In-Time Census Report

Baltimore City Homeless Point-In-Time Census Report

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Morgan State University School of Architecture + Planning
Morgan State University School of Architecture + Planning

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Published by: citypaper on Oct 18, 2011
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Counting Matters:
Morgan State UniversitySchool of Architecture + PlanningBaltimore City Homeless Point-In-Time Census Report
City of Baltimore
2Counting Matters: Baltimore Homeless Point-In-Time Census Report (2011)
Project Team + Acknowledgements
Project Leaders:
Susan Olubi,Mary Anne Alabanza Akers, Ph.D.School of Architecture and PlanningMorgan State University
Team Members:
KMayor’s Office of Human ServicesHomeless Services Programate BriddellSean HallGabby Knighton
Morgan State University
Marvin Perry, Office of Sponsored Programs Jonathan VanGeest, Ph.D. School of Community Health and Policy& Center for HealthLinda Loubert, Ph.D. Department of Econonmics
Hands in Partnership
 Abdallah IbrahimKibibi Matthews
Baltimore City Fire DepartmentBaltimore City Police Department
Capt. CLt.Col. Garnell GreenSgt. Carla Hamlinharline B. Stokes
Data Analyst and Report Writer:
Mary Anne Alabanza Akers, Ph.D. Jonathan VanGeest, Ph.D.
Hanni Rochelle Werner
Graphic designers:
 Joey StevensGodwin Obami We would like to acknowledge the following individuals andorganizations for their contribution to the project:
 Thomasina HiersGloria Townsend
s Office of Human Services
Jamila Keita
s Office of Human Services
Dennis Murphy
OurKirk MitchellDaily, Bread
Downtown Partnership of Baltimore The Hands-in Partnership (HIP) Outreach Teams
 We are especially grateful to ALL the volunteers who walkedthe streets of Baltimore and visited the homeless drop-in centerson Janury 25, 2011.
Note: The views and opinions expressed in this report do not
3Counting Matters: Baltimore Homeless Point-In-Time Census Report (2011)
Table of Contents
I. Executive Summary
II. Introduction
Unsheltered Count MethodSheltered Count
III. Homeless Census Results
Over-all Census CountsIncrease in Unsheltered Count
IV. Characteristics of the Homeless
A. Household CompositionB. AgeC. GenderD. Race
V. Homelessness in the City of Baltimore
A. Households with ChildrenB. VeteransC. Chronically Homeless
VI. Health Conditions of the Homeless PopulationVII. Sleeping Places of the Unsheltered HomelessVIII. Conclusion

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