2019 Charlotte-Mecklenburg State of Housing Instability & Homelessness Report
The 2019 Charlotte-Meckleburg State of Housing Instability & Homelessness Report is the second annual report on housing and homelessness. This is the only community housing document that combines all data on housing and homelessness across the entire local housing continuum. The 2019 report has three important new data points: expanded data on the rental mismatch in Mecklenburg County; the release of “One Number” to more accurately depict how many people are experiencing homelessness; and the number of affordable rental units with expiring federal subsidies.
2018 Charlotte-Mecklenburg State of Housing Instability & Homelessness Report
The release of the 2018 Charlotte-Mecklenburg State of Housing Instability and Homelessness Report marks the first time that housing and homelessness data have been reported together, folding the data from the 2018 Point-in-Time Count into the larger context of homelessness system performance measures and housing instability metrics. The objective is to provide a full picture of the challenges and solutions along the continuum from housing instability, homelessness and housing stability.
- February 2020 Data Update: One Number & By-Name List
- Housing Counts: Closing the “Low-Cost” Rental Unit Gap
- Housing Counts: Student Homelessness
- Reflections on the 2020 Point-in-Time Count: What I learned from Seven Days of Surveying
- Housing Counts: Point-in-Time Count and the Local Questions, Local Response