The Problem

Florida is no stranger to homelessness and no two people experience homelessness the same way. Some have a mental health diagnosis, some do not. Some are living with addiction, others are not. Some spend each night in a shelter, while

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Always Moving Forward

To address homelessness, UDC is taking a to take a coordinated approach, moving from a collection of individual programs to a community-wide response that is strategic, and data driven. UDC takes pride in our programs, under the umbrella: Always Moving

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Poverty is Down — But Concerns About Homelessness Remain Up

Written by Jackie Janosko October 7, 2019 Poverty rates are down: the U.S. Census Bureau has been documenting modest declines since 2010.  And, in a recent report, the agency detailed a 0.5 percent decrease in the number of people living below the

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Closing Out the Demographic Data Project: A Focus on Geography

Written by Joy Moses September 30, 2019 Previous installments of the Demographic Data Project have illustrated how people’s experiences of homelessness can vary based on WHO they are: their race, gender, and gender identity. But in the latest installment, we add a new

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Building a Conversation: Aged Homelessness on the Rise

Written by Joy Moses May 15, 2019 Researchers are sounding an alarm on a trend that’s been emerging for years: the homeless population is growing older, and the number of older homeless Americans is growing larger.  This is a trend that providers, first responders, and medical professionals

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