The number of homeless NJ residents who turned to emergency shelters or transitional housing declined in Camden County last year as well as statewide.
The data shows 46 percent of the state’s total homeless population is under the age of 30 and a majority of children are under the age of 6.
On March 15, 2016, LehighValleyLive reported that in 2015 over 350 homeless households stayed in emergency shelters in Warren County.
The HMIS reports provides a snapshot of the homeless households served throughout NJ which can serve as the foundation for a more in depth review.
These reports provides a snapshot of the characteristics of homeless households served and is the foundation for planning to end homelessness.
Findings include data about cause of homelessness, program discharges, and additional demographic information that paint the picture of the homeless population in each county in NJ.
Using data from New Jersey’s Homeless Management Information System and dividing the state into three regions, Monarch Housing Associates has created three Regional – Northern, Central, and Southern – Homeless Assessment Reports.
Using data from New Jersey’s HMIS and dividing the state into three regions, Monarch Housing Associates has created three Regional – Northern, Central, and Southern – Homeless Assessment Reports.