Data on Homeless Veterans in Delaware, Jan.2020 Jan 30, 2020 18:24:27 GMT -5
Post by Admin on Jan 30, 2020 18:24:27 GMT -5
The Delaware Joining Forces (DJF) network (delaware.gov/djf )is called upon to provide solutions that improve the quality of life and welfare of the statewide military community. This community-level effort directly supports military service members, veterans and their families by addressing critical issues and needs including:
- Financial and Legal Assistance
- Job Training and Employment
- Homelessness and Housing
- Behavioral Health and Wellness
This organization recently published a report of data for homeless veterans in Delaware which indicates the following:
|The data in this report comes from CMIS reports and information provided by homeless assistance providers. A veteran is counted as homeless if he or she is sleeping in a place not meant for human habitation (car, park, tent, etc.) or in an emergency shelter or transitional housing program for the homeless. |
There are 99 veterans experiencing homelessness in Delaware at this time.
Since January 2015, 965 homeless veterans have moved from homelessness to permanent housing.
Of the 99 veterans who are currently homeless, 2 are currently opting out of pursuing permanent housing at this time. They have been offered a permanent housing resource, but have declined.
There are currently 2 chronically homeless veterans in the State of Delaware.
For more information from Housing Alliance Delaware contact info is below:
Lisa D. Forever, MS
Centralized Intake Program Manager
Housing Alliance Delaware
302-654-0126 ext 115
1 833 FIND BED
To see full report go to:Delaware Statewide Veterans Report 1.28.2020.pdf (654.58 KB)Delaware Statewide Veterans Report 1.28.2020.pdf (654.58 KB)