NJCounts Our Homeless Neighbors! Tweet This Share This Share This Pin This Subscribe2017 NJCounts Point-In-Time ReportsNJCounts 2017 found 8,532 homeless men, women and children, across the state of New Jersey. This number decreased by 409 persons (4.6%) from 2015. NJCounts 2017 counted individuals who were homeless on the night of January 25, 2017.NJCounts 2018 will on January 24, 2018.NJ Counts 2017 Overall Results8532 homeless men, women and children were counted across the state of New Jersey on the night of the Point-in-Time Count.This was an overall decrease of 409 persons, or 4.6%, compared to the 2016 count.1092 persons, in 992 households, were identified as chronically homeless, an increase of 256 persons, or 30.6%, compared to the 2016 count.1415 persons were un-sheltered; a decrease of 1.9% from the 1388 persons counted in 2016.Click here for the 2017 Statewide ReportClick here for the 2017 Executive SummaryClick here for 2018 County Press ContactsClick here for 2018 Press Advisory These are the reports for each County as well as the combined CoC’s. To compare and view the 2016 NJCounts reports click here.AtlanticBergenBurlingtonCamdenCape MayCumberlandEssexGloucesterHudsonHunterdonMercerMiddlesexMonmouthMorrisOceanPassaicSalemSomersetSouthern CoCStatewideSussexTri-County CoCUnionWarren#NJCounts Tweets 8 commentsadd yoursQuestion: When did Monarch Housing Associates release New Jersey’s 2015 Point-in-Time Count of the Homeless?replyThe 2015 NJCounts reports were released last year and can be found at this link: https://monarchhousing.org/nj-counts-2015-executive-summary/The 2016 NJCounts reports will be released as soon as they are approved by the funding source.replyHow do we go about signing up to volunteer for this? Is it too late to do so?replyBrian, which county in NJ do you want to volunteer in?replyHi Richard. What time would I be starting in the morning? That would determine which one is better.replyWhen will the 2018 report be released?replyWe are hoping to have them released by the end of this month but the date may change due to final approval of the reports.replyJoin the conversation! Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Building Homes Transforms Lives HomeSubscribe to Our Newsletter2018 DC ReceptionVideos from NJHillDayPhotos from NJHillDayFacebook Live Videos2017 Partners2018 Partner Form BackBlogEnding Homelessness PostsPosts on Public PolicyPosts on Supportive Hosuing BackAdvocacy ToolkitWho Represents Me?Senator MenendezSenator BookerRep. NorcrossRep. LoBiondoRep. MacArthurRep. SmithRep. GottheimerRep. PalloneRep. LanceRep. SiresRep. PascrellRep. PayneRep. FrelinghuysenRep. Waston Coleman Back BackPublic Policy Forum TweetsOur Homes Our VotesAboutMonarch’s BoardMonarch’s StaffMonarch’s IRS 990 BackNJCounts 20182017 NJCounts Press Release2018 Press AdvisoryNjCounts Press ContactsQuick GuideTrianing VideoHMIS FieldsNJCounts 2017 Executive SummaryNJCounts 2017 ReportsNJCounts 2016 ReportsNJCounts 2015 ReportsNJCounts 2014 ReportsPress Release BackBookshelfContact UsDonateEnding HomelessnessBest PracticesFY2104 NOFA WebinarTraining VideoHMIS ReportsNJ Counts Executive SummaryPrimer on Homelessness BackHousing Production2014 Governors AwardKilmer HomesMonarch’s ResumeFY2017 FMR BackPublic PolicyCongressional Site VisitsDC Housing StaffersNJ Hill DayNJ Hill Day Policy PrioritiesUnited for Homes BackSocial MediaFacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInYouTubeTumblrApple News Back 1-908-272-5363Register Online for the July 25, 2018 NJ Congressional ReceptionRegister Today!