|Homeless individuals identified by HUD||200|
|Homeless schoolchildren – Department of. Education:||1,400|
|Parents of these schoolchildren (assumes 1 parent/child)||1,400|
|Low estimate of PD16 region homeless||3,800|
|Homeless individuals sheltered by all local agencies:||780|
|Children in households with annual incomes at or below The Federal Poverty Threshold||8,694|
|Total individuals in households with annual incomes at or below the Federal Poverty Threshold*||25,899|
|Households with annual incomes at or below the United Way’s ALICE Survival Budget** (34% of all households)||43,655|
|*$20,598 for 1 adult & 2 children; $13,300 for an individual (US Census Bureau: **Poverty Thresholds for 2019)|
In every year from 2012 to 2020 – nearly half (47%) of those served by the local homeless services system returned to the Brisben shelter (some multiple times) – even after the federal, state and local interventions to “end homelessness” were applied.
$474,700 – Annual Avg. costs of re-sheltering.
In 2019-2020, 88% of clients departed Thurman Brisben Center for impermanent or undeter- mined-duration housing.