WHO OUR NETWORK SERVES

Catholic Charities agencies across the country work at every point
in the housing continuum – by providing affordable housing, offering
foreclosure prevention support and conducting homeless street out-
reach. From this wide perspective, we see the emotional, physical, and
fnancial toll being levied upon millions of families, children, and single
adults every day as a result of America’s affordable housing crisis.
CHILDREN
29%
ADULTS
64%
SENIORS
7%
OVERVIEW
HOW OUR NETWORK SERVES
2012
ANNUAL
SURVEY
HOUSING
Total Housing-Related Client Services: 475,733
10%
SUPERVISED
LIVING
SERVICES
16%
PERMANENT
HOUSING
35%
TRANSITIONAL
HOUSING
AND SHELTER
SERVICES
39%
HOUSING
SERVICES
Refects clients for whom age is identifed.
The information provided in this report comes from the Catholic Charities USA 2012 Annual Survey. In 2012, 139
of the 166 Catholic Charities organizations across the country responded to the survey. The survey is conducted
and compiled by researchers at the Center for the Applied Research in the Apostolate at Georgetown University.
ANNUAL SURVEY
HOUSING
SUPERVISED LIVING
TRANSITIONAL HOUSING & SHELTER SERVICES
PERMANENT HOUSING
Types of Permanent Housing Units
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OTHER HOUSING SERVICES
32 71
agencies partnered
with Habitat for
Humanity
76,110 57
people turned away
because beds were full
agencies maintained waiting lists
for housing services
agencies engaged in
legislative advocacy
for affordable housing
79 Catholic Charities agencies provided supervised living services to
more than 48,000 clients.
Number of Agencies Providing Other Types of
Housing Services
Among agencies that provided temporary shelter services, 67 agencies
reported operating or managing 232 shelters with a total of 13,640
beds available.
62 Catholic Charities agencies served 75,052 clients through permanent
housing services. Together, they offered more than 33,000 permanent
housing units, reaching specifc populations including physically chal-
lenged persons, senior citizens, mentally ill persons, refugees, veterans,
and women in recovery.
CHILDREN
15,407
3,607
1,477
7,763
2, 196
2,772
154
2,498
245
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APARTMENT
25,655
SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE
3,343
SINGLE ROOM
4,211
ANNUAL SURVEY
HOUSING