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2019 Central Oregon Point In Time Count

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Overview of the results of the 2019 HUD Mandated Point In Time (PIT) Count for Crook, Deschutes, and Jefferson counties and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs in Central Oregon

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2019 Central Oregon Point In Time Count

  1. 1. June 7, 2019 2019 Homeless Point In Time Count 1
  2. 2. info@cohomeless.org 2 The Homeless Leadership Coalition is a collaboration of community partners in Crook, Jefferson, and Deschutes counties and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs engaging the community through education, advocacy, planning, prioritization and accountability for services to persons experiencing homelessness.
  3. 3. info@cohomeless.org 3 The Point-in-Time (PIT) Count is a count of people experiencing homelessness on the night of January 23, 2019. • Living in a place not meant for human habitation • Sheltered in emergency shelters • Enrolled in transitional housing program dedicated to those experiencing homelessness What is the Point in Time Count?
  4. 4. info@cohomeless.org 4 12% Total Counted: 880
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  6. 6. info@cohomeless.org 6 •Economic •Family •Legal •Violence Issues Cited for Homelessness
  7. 7. info@cohomeless.org 7 Sheltered vs. Unsheltered
  8. 8. info@cohomeless.org 8 Homeless by City
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  13. 13. info@cohomeless.org 13 Ethnicity by County
  14. 14. info@cohomeless.org 14 Race % of sample % of Oregon (2016 Census prediction) Asian <1% 4.5% Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 1% 0.4% Black or African American 2% 2.1% Refused/Unknown 4% American Indian or Alaskan Native 11% 1.8% White 81% 87.4% Race Tri-County and Warm Springs
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  20. 20. info@cohomeless.org 20 Insured in Deschutes County
  21. 21. info@cohomeless.org 21 Uninsured in Deschutes County
  22. 22. info@cohomeless.org 22 Location of Most Recent Stable Housing
  23. 23. info@cohomeless.org 23 Tri-County: How Long Have You Lived in the County?
  24. 24. info@cohomeless.org 24 Deschutes County Health Services’ Data and Analytics team helped visualize the 2019 PIT data for assisting with presentations in the tri-county area.
  25. 25. info@cohomeless.org 25 •Thanks to all the agencies volunteers, and community leaders who helped with planning, outreach and, surveying •Thanks to donors who gave incentives
  26. 26. info@cohomeless.org 26 Contact: cohomeless.org James Cook info@cohomeless.org Discussion and Questions 12%

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