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State Table 1

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State Table 1

    Table 1 Housing, Homeless and Special Needs (Required)

Housing Needs

    Elderly Small Large Other Total Owner Total Household Type Renter Renter Renter Renter Renter 0 30% of MFI %Any housing problem %Cost burden > 30 %Cost Burden > 50 31 - 50% of MFI %Any housing problem %Cost burden > 30 %Cost Burden > 50 51 - 80% of MFI %Any housing problem %Cost burden > 30 %Cost Burden > 50 Homeless Continuum of Care: Housing Gap Analysis Chart

     Current Under Unmet Need/

    Inventory Development Gap

    Individuals

    Example Emergency Shelter 100 40 26

     Emergency Shelter

    Transitional Housing Beds

     Permanent Supportive Housing

     Total Chronically Homeless

    Persons in Families With Children

     Emergency Shelter

    Transitional Housing Beds

     Permanent Supportive Housing

     Total Continuum of Care: Homeless Population and Subpopulations Chart

    Part 1: Homeless Population Sheltered Unsheltered Total

    Emergency Transitional

    Number of Families with Children (Family Households)

    1. Number of Persons in Families with Children

    2. Number of Single Individuals and Persons in Households without Children

     (Add lines Numbered 1 & 2 Total

    Persons)

    Part 2: Homeless Subpopulations Sheltered Unsheltered Total

    a. Chronically Homeless b. Seriously Mentally Ill

    c. Chronic Substance Abuse

    d. Veterans

    e. Persons with HIV/AIDS

    f. Victims of Domestic Violence

    g. Unaccompanied Youth (Under 18)

     Table 1 Housing, Homeless and Special Needs

    Special Needs (Non-Homeless) Subpopulations Unmet Need 1. Elderly 2. Frail Elderly 3. Severe Mental Illness 4. Developmentally Disabled 5. Physically Disabled 6. Persons w/Alcohol/Other Drug Addictions 7. Persons w/HIV/AIDS 8. Victims of Domestic Violence 9. Other

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