Homelessness in America’s 25 Largest Metro Areas

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Interactive Tool | December 14, 2015

10
251
2,430
2,387
740
Homeless Youth
2,297
Other
 
922
6,001
Homeless in 25 Highest Populated Metro Areas, 2015
12
Philadelphia Metropolitan Area
11,204
18
11,190
298
2,416
1,096
* (Homeless People/10,000 in Gen. Pop.)
1,049
931
The 25 largest metropolitan areas in the U.S. have 42 percent of the total population, but 53 percent of the homeless population.
Atlanta Metropolitan Area
399
15
Riverside Metropolitan Area
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155
8,571
2,323
Minneapolis St. Paul
10
3,600
457
16
4,521
2,701
1,031
5,678
1,316
267
San Francisco Metropolitan Area
Charlotte Metropolitan Area
Metropolitan Area
733
34
13
240
895
2,998
967
312
1,330
San Antonio Metropolitan Area
460
625
Baltimore Metropolitan Area
1,689
3,096
2,978
15,973
9,482
Homeless People in Families
4,813
2,889
5,470
Los Angeles Metropolitan Area
37
48,811
285
436
453
14
948
Phoenix Metropolitan Area
673
1,422
8,188
1,805
1,651
2,149
583
553
6,220
4,186
640
1,312
Dallas Metropolitan Area
1,119
2,011
Miami Metropolitan Area
4,774
878
9
33
Chicago Metropolitan Area
409
1,185
12,234
Denver Metropolitan Area
485
3,821
17
1,390
810
4,668
368
1,337
Seattle Metropolitan Area
Portland Metropolitan Area
1,391
1,030
872
New York Metropolitan Area
3
Tampa Metropolitan Area
532
9,115
2,182
Overall Homeless Population
22
999
Rate of Homelessness *
2,804
6,509
2,904
813
88,584
233
44
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Chronically Homeless People
148
7,271
471
6,074
213
634
390
355
15,647
Washington DC Metropolitan Area
775
1,912
283
21
1,534
244
1,995
12,711
St Louis Metropolitan Area
9,939
Houston Metropolitan Area
1,981
8
1,234
3,279
Boston Metropolitan Area
4,455
1,381
31
San Diego Metropolitan Area
Detroit Metropolitan Area
408
162
14,557
27
613
243
8,742
4,150
2,268
961
231
52,647
Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area
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