This brief does not establish requirements for CoCs, but rather is meant to inform local efforts to further develop CoCs’ coordinated entry processes.
NAEH has posted a report on its website, “Assessment Tools for Allocating Homelessness Assistance: State of the Evidence.”
The solution to homelessness is creating an adequate supply of permanent, affordable rental housing with available support services.
As we work together to find effective ways to end homelessness, we are happy that we could bring a national perspective on homeless issues to NJ.
On January 28, 2014, 13,900 homeless men, women and children were counted in NJ and increase of 1,898 persons, or 15.8%, compared to the 2013 count.