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U.S. Sees Slight Increase in Homelessness in 2022

Affordable Housing Finance’s (AHF) coverage of HUD’s Abt-produced Annual Homelessness Assessment Report (AHAR) included commentary from our project lead, Meghan Henry. “We’ve made progress with veterans and families with children, but marginalized populations, such as people of color, continue to be dramatically overrepresented,” she said. Meghan also noted that the forthcoming part two of the AHAR will provide additional insight on a growing number of “people experiencing homelessness [who] are increasingly vulnerable, with growing rates of disability and longer stays in shelters.” These trends are concerning, despite, as noted by AHF, a slight drop in the number of people experiencing homelessness, including a decrease in the number of veterans.

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