Understand the complex reality of homelessness in the U.S. through statistics and analysis.
40 percent of the homeless population is female. More than 90 percent of homeless women are fleeing domestic abuse.read more
On any given night, a quarter of the homeless population — 150,000 people — are children under the age of 18.read more
We must address not only the trauma homelessness has on parents (mothers, specifically), but also the trauma on children.read more
The vagueness of the definition correlates to the inconsistency in statistics around homelessness.read more
The key to ending homelessness is affordable housing, but there is not enough of it.read more
The battle is not only monetary — it is untethering justice from a system that profits from injustice.read more
If we can afford to fund war, can we then at least wage war against homelessness?!read more