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2010 Phoenix EMA Triennial Neeed Assessment Report 3 Executive Summary OVERVIEW OF PHOENIX EMA HIV/AIDS EPIDEMIC The Phoenix EMA's estimated population is 4,281,899, representing 66% of the state's population.

www.maricopa.gov

Statement of Problem/Need Being Addressed

City of Lawrence Outside Agency Funding APPLICATION General Information: Each year, the City Commission considers requests for the allocation of dollars to a number of agencies that provide services benefiting the Lawrence community.

www.lawrenceks.org

Educational Rights ofHomeless Children and Youths

More than a million children in the United States experience homelessness during the course ofa year, a startling figure that begs the question, "What does it mean to be homeless?"

www.sog.unc.edu

Health Care and Homelessness

National Coalition for the Homeless 2201 P St. , NW Washington, DC 20037-1033 Phone: (202) 462-4822 Fax: (202) 462-4823 Em ail: [email protected] org |Website: http: //www. nationalhomeless. org Health Care and Homelessness NCH Fact Sheet #8 Published by the National Coalition for ...

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Fact sheet: Homeless lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender ...

Media Contact: Roberta Sklar, Task Force Director of Communications, 646.358.1465 Fact sheet: Homeless lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth in Detroit, Mich. 1) How many homeless youth in the city/state?

www.thetaskforce.org

Social-Rejection and Isolation among Homeless Children

1 Social-Rejection and Isolation among Homeless Children Introduction "In a relatively affluent nation like the U. S. , homelessness can be defined as a social condition in which people do not have regular housing and are forced to sleep in public places, public shelters, or other facilities ...

www.unh.edu

Topeka/Shawnee County Homeless Task Force

Topeka/Shawnee County Homeless Task Force c/o Community Resources Council 501 SE Jefferson St Suite 30 Topeka KS 66607 Voice 785 233-1365 FAX 785 233-1905 email [email protected] Next Meeting: 1:00 pm Wednesday January 14, 2008 Community Action Service Center 621 SE Swygart, Topeka KS Agenda ...

www.crcnet.org

What Will It Take To End Homelessness?

National Survey ofHomeless Assistance Providers and Clients . Washington, D.C.: U.S. Census Bureau. 1 Statistics in this briefare based on the 1996 National Survey ofHomeless Assistance Providers and Clients , conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau (1996).

www.urban.org

R28-Q CHE Homeless Report2

I. Leadership Letter To the Residents ofLincoln, Nebraska: We know these things: • The number ofhomeless adults and children in Lincoln is increasing.

www.lincoln.ne.gov

Homeless in Vermont: Children, Youth and Families Did you know:

D uring 2006,870 homeless children were served by Vermont emergency shelters at some point. This is an urgent issue—children and families are the fastest growing group ofhomeless people in Vermont and nationw ide.

humanservices.vermont.gov

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