NJCounts 2017 Reports

2017 NJCounts Point-In-Time Reports

NJCounts 2017 Finds Overall Homelessness DecreasedNJCounts 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 24, 2017.

NJ Counts 2017 Overall Results

  • 8532 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.

These are the reports for each County as well as the combined CoC’s. To compare and view the 2016 NJCounts reports click here.


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