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SYSTEM PERFORMANCE MEASURES

Learn more about progress in Charlotte-Mecklenburg to end and prevent homelessness by checking out the latest System Performance Measures. The measures, when looked at together, provide the full picture of how effective the homeless services system is at making homelessness rare, brief and nonrecurring.

People experiencing homelessness on a given night in 2017

1476

Charlotte-Mecklenburg

Point-in-Time Count

Year: 2017

991

People in Emergency Shelter

270

People in Transitional Housing

215

People Unsheltered

147

People Experiencing Chronic Homelessness

1,011

People in Households with Adults Only

148

Families with Adults & Children

8

Unaccompanied Children

66

Unaccompanied Youth

Data Snapshot

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Housing Instability Data

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Stories

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Learn more about emerging issues and new ideas in the areas of homelessness, housing instability and affordable housing through stories that weave together data and narrative. Check back often to read new stories.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Evictions Part 3 Released Today

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The UNC Charlotte Urban Institute and Mecklenburg County Community Support Services released Charlotte-Mecklenburg Evictions Part 3: One-month Snapshot of Eviction Court Records Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Evictions Part 3: One-Month Snapshot of Eviction Court Records is the final report in a series on evictions in Charlotte-Mecklenburg.  This report focuses on how and why tenants are evicted and the cost of evictions for landlords and tenants. This series marks the first time local eviction data from court records have been analyzed and reported. Read the full reflection to see the report findings and find out what it means for Charlotte-Mecklenburg.

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Local, regional and national research on housing instability and homelessness

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