Check out the 2023 Charlotte-Mecklenburg State of Housing Instability & Homelessness (SoHIH) report, which provides a single, dedicated compilation of all the latest data on housing instability and homelessness pertaining to Charlotte-Mecklenburg. This resource can be used by any and all stakeholders working to address housing instability and homelessness. The annual report combines local, regional, and national data on the full housing continuum (from housing instability to homelessness), and stable (permanent, affordable) housing. The report features data from the Point-in-Time Count; housing inventory and rental gaps; Housing Trust Fund; and system performance metrics.


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See data and trends on community efforts around housing instability and homelessness

Data Snapshot

Take a closer look at the data through this interactive section


Engage data through posts that weave together numbers, narrative and leave you with a “so, what”


Access local, regional and national research on housing instability and homelessness


Check out the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Housing & Homelessness Ecosystem of community organizations. The Ecosystem provides standardized definitions; identifies roles and responsibilities across the continuum; quantifies housing capacities; and outlines funding sources.