Although this is only a 6% increase from the 12,569 counted in 2009, it is the continued persistence of homelessness despite the record funding received by NJ’s Continuums of Care that is troubling.
We can no longer allow our brothers and sisters, our nieces and nephews, our cousins or our children to be homeless. Action is needed now to end homelessness!
Based on the statistical formula developed in the publication “Estimating the Need,” by CSH, the estimated number of men, women and children that are homeless over the course of the year within the State of New Jersey is 28,830.
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