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Homelessness in the Denver Metropolitan Area  2011 Homeless Point‐In‐Time Study   

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Acknowledgements   This is the tenth Homeless Point‐in‐Time study conducted by The Metropolitan Denver Homeless  Initiative (MDHI) since 1998.  Linda Barringer and Pat Lease, Co‐Chairs of MDHI’s Research Committee,  supervised the study.  The Denver Department of Human Services and Broomfield Department of  Human Services contributed funding for this project.      MDHI identified people in each jurisdiction to help coordinate and to ensure that all providers within  their jurisdiction were participating, attending training, and distributing and collecting survey forms.  The  outstanding participation by all area providers in the 2011 survey was a direct result of the coordinated  efforts of the following point persons:    Adams County  Alicia Aguilar & Isabel Traver Arapahoe County  Signy Mikita, Josh Meis, Keith Singer, Cara Tejada  Aurora  Sharon Duwaik Boulder County  Leslie Gibson & Agatha Moya City and County of Broomfield  Sharon Farrell & Jan Hamilton City and County of Denver  Sam Bowersox‐Daly and Amber Callender Peter Ericson & Valerie Robson Douglas County  Jefferson County  Linda Barringer, Jennifer Murphy, Rick Roberts  Domestic Violence Providers  Wendy Oldenbrook Outreach  Randle Loeb Veterans  Pat Lease Youth  Nicole Sherwood   A special acknowledgement is made to Desta Taye‐Channell with Mile High United Way who assisted  with volunteer recruitment for the Point in Time count.    A special thank you to Pat Lease for her many years of supervision, input and guidance in producing the  Point‐In‐Time report.        This study could not have been completed without the support and dedication     of the many homeless service providers throughout the Denver Metropolitan area.   

 

A special note of thanks goes to the hard working individuals who strive to provide   a decent and safe place for homeless people to live.    Finally, this report would not have been possible without the cooperation of the survey  respondents who completed surveys and provided us with confidential information   about their experiences and reasons for homelessness.     Collectively, these survey responses provide all of us with a better understanding   of the local magnitude of homelessness and the work that lies ahead of us   to ensure that all people in our community have a safe and decent place to call home. 


MDHI Board of Directors 

Randle Loeb, MDHI President  Community Representative    Linda Barringer, MDHI Secretary  Director of Family and Housing Services  Family Tree  Paul Andrus  Community Development Planner  City of Aurora  Liesl Begnaud  Program Manager  Jewish Family Service of Colorado    Robin Bohannan  Director  Boulder County Community Services Dept.    Everett Grove  Aurora Mental Health  Residential Supervisor    Sarah Maxwell  Executive Director   Stride  Deborah Ortega  Regional Services Director  Denver Human Services    Linda Richardson  Community Representative   

Bray Patrick‐Lake, MDHI Vice President  Founder and Executive Director  H.O.P.E.    John Parvensky, MDHI Treasurer  President and CEO  Colorado Coalition for the Homeless    Annie Bacci  Asset Manager  Division of Housing    Geoff Bennett  Vice President for Shelter and Community  Outreach Catholic Charities    Jean Garrison  Deputy Director  St. Francis Center    Pat Lease  Owner  Lease Associates    Signy Mikita  Block Grant Program Administrator  Arapahoe County Housing    Kay Ramachandran  CEO  Urban Peak     


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PARTICIPATING AGENCIES  COUNTY              PROGRAM 

ADAMS 

ACCESS HOUSING  ADAMS COUNTY GOODWILL INDUSTRIES ADAMS COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY ADAMS COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES ALMOST HOME  ALTERNATIVES TO FAMILY VIOLENCE  AURORA INTERCHURCH TASK FORCE AURORA HOUSING CORP CENTER FOR WORK EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT CENTER FOR WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT‐COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF  AURORA  COLFAX COMMUNITY NETWORK COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES COMMUNITY OF FAITH UNITED COMMUNITY REACH CENTER FAMILY TREE  FRIENDS OF ST ANDREW FRIENDS OF ST FRANCIS GROWING HOME  IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY FOOD BANK METRO COMMUNITY PROVIDER NETWORK‐NORTH PLATTE VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER RESTORATION OUTREACH  ROAD CALLED STRATE  SCHOOL DISTRICT 27J‐BRIGHTON  THE COUNCIL AND COMITIS FAMILY SERVICES THORNTON POLICE DEPARTMENT

ARAPAHOE 

ARAPAHOE COUNTY DETENTION CENTER  ARAPAHOE COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES ARAPAHOE COUNTY VETERANS SERVICE OFFICE ARAPAHOE DOUGLAS WORKS ARAPAHOE HOUSE  ARAPAHOE/DOUGLAS MENTAL HEALTH NETWORK AURORA MENTAL HEALTH CENTER AURORA VETERANS HOUSE

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CATHOLIC CHARITIES AURORA EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE CENTER  CHERRY CREEK SCHOOLS CORNERSTONE FOOD BANK FAMILY TREE HOUSE OF HOPE  GATEWAY BATTERED WOMEN’S SERVICES

INTERFAITH HOSPITALITY NETWORK  INTER FAITH COMMUNITY SERVICES IT TAKES A VILLAGE  LITTLETON HOUSING AUTHORITY LOVE INC  MARTIN LUTHER KING LIBRARY METRO COMMUNITY PROVIDER NETWORK‐AURORA SALVATION ARMY AURORA FOOD BANK SALVATION ARMY ‐ ENGLEWOOD SWEDISH MEDICAL CENTER

BOULDER 

ALTERNATIVES TO VIOLENCE  ATTENTION HOMES  BAR L MOTEL  BOULDER COMMUNITY HOSPITAL BOULDER COUNTY AIDS PROJECT BOULDER COUNTY HEAD START BOULDER COUNTY LEGAL SERVICES BOULDER COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH—GENESIS AND GENESISTER PROGRAMS  BOULDER COUNTY SHERIFF DEPT—JAIL DIVISION BOULDER HOUSING PARTNERS  BOULDER OUTREACH FOR HOMELESS OVERFLOW (BOHO) BOULDER PUBLIC LIBRARY BOULDER SHELTER FOR THE HOMELESS BOULDER VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT CARRIAGE HOUSE DAY SHELTER AND COMMUNITY TABLE CENTER FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES (CPWD)  CITY OF BOULDER CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES  CITY OF BOULDER SENIOR SERVICES  CITY OF LAFAYETTE SENIOR SERVICES  CITY OF LONGMONT CHILDREN AND YOUTH RESOURCES  CITY OF LONGMONT LIBRARY   

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CITY OF LONGMONT POLICE DEPARTMENT  CITY OF LOUISVILL POLICE DEPARTMENT  COUNTRYWOOD INN  COURTYARD MOTEL  DICKENS MANOR  EL COMITE DE LONGMONT EMERGENCY FAMILY ASSISTANCE ASSOC (EFAA) HOMELESS OUTREACH PROVIDING ENCOURAGEMENT (H.O.P.E.)  ILENE BLUM‐HOMELESS YOUTH OUTREACH LONGMONT COMMUNITY TREATMENT CENTER  LONGMONT UNITED HOSPITAL MAIN STREET INN  MENTAL HEALTH PARTNERS OF BOULDER AND BROOMFIELD COUNTIES  OUR CENTER  SAFE SHELTER OF ST VRAIN VALLEY SAFEHOUSE PROGRESSIVE ALLIANCE FOR NONVIOLENCE  SALUD CLINIC  SISTER CARMEN COMMUNITY CENTER ST VRAIN  VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT THE INN BETWEEN  TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH WILD PLUM CENTER FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG FAMILIES WORKFORCE BOULDER COUNTY

BROOMFIELD  BROOMFIELD FISH  BROOMFIELD HUMAN SERVICES EMERGENCY FAMILY ASSISTANCE ASSOC

DENVER 

ACTS FOOD BANK  ARAPAHOE HOUSE  AURORA VETERANS HOUSE BAYAUD  CATHOLIC CHARITIES ST. JOSEPH’S VETERANS HOME  CHRIST’S BODY MINISTRIES  COLORADO COALTION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COLORADO COALITION FOR THE HOMELESS DENVER DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES   DENVER DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES HOMLESS VETS RE‐ENTRY  PROGRAM  DENVER HEALTH AND HOSPITAL AUTHORITY

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DENVER HEALTH DENVER CARES DENVER HEALTH MEDICAL CENTER DENVER RESCUE MISSION DENVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH PROGRAM  EMPOWERMENT  FAMILY HOMESTEAD  FATHER WOODY HAVEN OF HOPE INTERFAITH HOSPITALITY NETWORK OF GREATER DENVER JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE LOWRY FAMILY CENTER METRO COMMUNITY PROVIDER NETWORK‐DENVER MENTAL HEALTH CENTER OF DENVER METRO CARERING  MILE HIGH MINISTRIES JOSHUA STATION  NETWORK MINISTRIES  SAFEHOUSE DENVER  SALVATION ARMY  SAMARITAN HOUSE  ST FRANCIS CENTER  STEP 13  THE DELORES PROJECT THE GATHERING PLACE URBAN PEAK  VA HOSPITAL  VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA WARREN VILLAGE 

DOUGLAS 

AMAZING WHEELS  ARAPAHOE/DOUGLAS MENTAL HEALTH NETWORK  DOUGLAS COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES DEPT.   DOUGLAS COUNTY LIBRARY  DOUGLAS COUNTY STREET OUTREACH DOUGLAS/ELBERT TASK FORCE I‐WAKE  PARKER TASK FORCE  TRI  COUNTY HEALTH DEPT WOMENS CRISIS & FAMILY OUTREACH CENTER

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JEFFERSON

ARVADA FOOD BANK  ARAPAHOE HOUSE  BETHELEHEM LUTHERAN CHURCH‐THE TABLE BRIDGEWAY  CITY OF LAKEWOOD HEAD START  COLORADO COALITION FOR THE HOMELESS COLORADO HOMELESS FAMILIES  DENVER INDIAN FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER EVERGREEN CHRISTIAN OUTREACH FAMILY TREE  FIRST DISTRICT PROBATION GROWING HOME  JEFFCO ACTION CENTER  JEFFCO SCHOOLS HOMELESS SERVICES PROGRAM  JEFFERSON CENTER FOR MENTAL HEALTH  JEFFERSON COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY JEFFERSON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH JEFFERSON COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY‐LAKEWOOD  JEFFERSON COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY‐WHEAT RIDGE JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE‐DETENTION JEFFERSON COUNTY WORKFORCE CENTER  LOVE, INC  METRO COMMUNITY PROVIDER NETWORK‐LAKEWOOD STRIDE  WOMEN'S CRISIS AND FAMILY OUTREACH CENTER

     

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KEY FINDINGS      On Monday night, January 24, 2011, there were an estimated 11,377 homeless men, women,  and children in Metropolitan Denver.      Total Homeless Including Counts and Estimates SURVEY DATA  Respondents  Family members  Total SURVEY All Homeless  Additional family members not fully identified  TOTAL HOMELESS ESTIMATE 

5,515 4,636 10,151 1,226 11,377

  Families / Households    Family Type – All Homeless   

Single  Single parent with children under 18  Couple with children under 18  Couple without children  Total 

All Homeless 3,345 3,670 2,553 583 10,151

Percent of All  Homeless 33.0 36.2 25.2 5.7 100.0

  Homeless persons are much more likely to be living in households with children: 62 percent  versus 38 percent.                           

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Race/Ethnicity     Compared to the general population of Denver‐Aurora‐Broomfield, CO Metro Area (2005‐ 2009), whites are under‐represented and minorities are over‐represented among the homeless  population.1      2011 Point-In-Time Study Ethnicity of Homeless Respondents Compared to   2005-2009 American Community Survey (ACS) Demographic Estimates   Denver-Aurora-Broomfield Metro Area 100.0%   90.0%   2011 Homeless Respondents 80.0%   67.0% 70.0%   60.0%   50.0% 45.0%   40.0%   30.0%   23.3% 21.8% 19.7% 20.0%   7.0% 10.0% 5.2%   1.8% 3.3% 0.5% 1.2% 3.4% 0.0%   Asian, Native Black, African White Mixed Hispanic,   Pacific Islander American, American Latino, Spanish Alaska Native     Where on Monday Night    The largest proportion (42.1%) of all homeless persons spent Monday night in the City and  County of Denver.  More, however, spent Monday night in other Metro area counties (57.9%).    County Where Persons Spent Monday Night –  All Homeless  Households with children    Respondents All Homeless  Percent of All  and without children differ  Homeless in the county where they  Adams County 607 1,531  15.5 spent the night of the  Arapahoe County 423 866  8.7 survey.  The majority of  Boulder County 943 1,779  18.0 households without  Broomfield City & County 115 241  2.4 children (55.6%) indicated  Denver City & County 2,638 4,166  42.1 that they spent that night  Douglas County 72 125  1.3 534 1,191  12.0 in Denver.  Conversely, the  Jefferson County

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majority of households with children (65.9%) spent Monday night in counties other than  Denver.     On Monday night, all homeless people were predominantly staying temporarily with family or  friends (30.9), in transitional housing (23.5%) or in an emergency shelter (17.4%).       Nature of Homelessness    For the purpose of this study, people were considered “newly homeless” if they had been  homeless for less than one year and this was their first episode of homelessness.  On January  24, 2011, nearly one in four (23.7%) or 2,402 people, were considered newly homeless.  Of the  newly homeless, fully two‐thirds (66.6%) were in households with children.    New this year, HUD includes families in its definition of chronically homeless.  There are 466  chronically homeless respondents who meet HUD’s definition.  Slightly more than three‐ quarters (76.4%) are male.      Chronically Homeless by Family Type – Respondents

Number 363 50 18 35 466

Single Single parent with children under 18 Couple with children under 18 Couple without children Total 

Percent 77.9  10.7  3.9  7.5  100.0 

  Of all homeless, persons in families comprise one‐third (33.2%) of all chronically homeless  persons.    ALL Homeless – Chronically Homeless by Family Type

Single  Single parent with children under 18 Couple with children under 18 Couple without children Total 

All Homeless 393 88 37 70 588

Percent of All  Homeless  66.8%  15.0%  6.3%  11.9%  100.0% 

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Table of Contents    I.

INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................................... 1 

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UNDERSTANDING THE DATA  .................................................................................................................. 3 

Undercounting .......................................................................................................................................... 3  Submitted Surveys .................................................................................................................................... 3  Variables................................................................................................................................................... 4    III.

FINDINGS  ................................................................................................................................................. 5  Total Estimated Homeless Persons........................................................................................................... 5         DEMOGRAPHICS  ...................................................................................................................................... 6 

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Family Type ....................................................................................................................................... 6 

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Ages  .................................................................................................................................................. 7 

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Gender  ............................................................................................................................................. 7 

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Race/Ethnicity/Language‐Respondents  ........................................................................................... 7 

HOUSING AND RISK FACTORS FOR HOMELESSNESS  ............................................................................. 8  5.

Reasons for Homelessness ................................................................................................................ 8 

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Disabling Conditions  ......................................................................................................................... 9 

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Military Service, Foster Care, Work  ............................................................................................... 10 

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Government Benefits  ..................................................................................................................... 10 

NATURE OF HOMELESSNESS  ................................................................................................................ 11  9.

Duration and Episodes of Homelessness  ...................................................................................... 11 

10. Chronically Homeless ...................................................................................................................... 13  11. Where All Homeless Persons Spent Monday Night  ....................................................................... 16  12. Unsheltered  .................................................................................................................................... 17  13. Newly Homeless .............................................................................................................................. 17  14. Counties/Cities ................................................................................................................................ 18  15. Last Permanent Residence  ............................................................................................................. 19  Summary  ............................................................................................................................................... 21    IV.

METHODOLOGY  .................................................................................................................................... 22  List of Tables and Figures  ...................................................................................................................... 24   

APPENDIX A:  Chronically Homeless in Emergency Shelter and Unsheltered ............................................ Appendix_1  APPENDIX B:  Respondent Ages by Family Type, by Metro Area and County ........................................... Appendix_2  APPENDIX C:  County Data Tables ............................................................................................................. Appendix_20  APPENDIX D:  County Data Tables for Respondents Who Spent Monday Night in a County                             Other than the County Reported as their Last Permanent Residence ............................ Appendix_106  APPENDIX E:  PIT Surveys......................................................................................................................... Appendix_197  Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative 


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Ending homelessness must begin with the understanding that people   who are or have been homeless are our neighbors and members of our community.  ‐‐National Coalition for the Homeless      On Monday night, January 24, 2011, there were an estimated 11,377 homeless men, women,  and children in Metropolitan Denver.      I.  INTRODUCTION    With the help of volunteers, service providers, staff, and outreach workers, the Metropolitan  Denver Homeless Initiative (MDHI) conducted a point‐in‐time (PIT) study of homeless persons  in the seven‐county Denver metropolitan area.  A point‐in‐time count provides a snapshot of  homelessness by counting those who are homeless at a particular time.  However, surveyors  can easily “miss” homeless individuals and families.      The Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative (MDHI) is a coalition working with homeless  assistance agencies in the seven‐county Denver metropolitan area to coordinate the delivery of  housing and services to homeless families, individuals, youth and persons with disabilities.   MDHI seeks to provide the leadership, support and structure necessary to develop and sustain  a comprehensive system of housing and services for those experiencing homelessness.   Referred to as the Continuum of Care, this system encompasses Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder,  Broomfield, Denver, Douglas and Jefferson Counties.  With emphasis on prevention, MDHI  works to unite housing and service providers, neighborhoods, funders, business and non‐profit  organizations, government agencies and other groups and individuals across the metropolitan  area in an ongoing effort to break the cycle of homelessness and help homeless persons  achieve and maintain maximum self‐sufficiency.    Designing, implementing and maintaining a Continuum of Care homeless service delivery  system requires the on‐going collection and analysis of data on the number, location and  demographic characteristics of homeless persons who need access to emergency shelter,  supportive housing, permanent housing and specialized services.  The U.S. Department of  Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the primary source of federal funding for housing  support for homeless people, requires that each Continuum of Care across the country conduct  a “point‐in‐time” survey every two years during the month of January.  HUD, MDHI, local 

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governments and service providers use the information collected by the point‐in‐time survey to  assess, project and plan strategies and services to eliminate homelessness.      MDHI defines homelessness as:     Sleeping in places not meant for human habitation, such as cars, parks, sidewalks, or  abandoned or condemned buildings;    Sleeping in an emergency shelter;    Spending a short time (30 consecutive days or less) in a hospital or other institution, but  ordinarily sleeping in the types of places mentioned above;    Living in transitional/supportive housing but having come from streets or emergency  shelters;    Staying temporarily with family or friends while looking for a permanent place to live;   Staying temporarily in a hotel/motel while looking for shelter or housing;   Being evicted within a week from a private dwelling unit and having no subsequent  residence identified and lacking the resources and support networks needed to obtain  access to housing; or,    Being discharged from an institution within seven days and having no subsequent  residence identified and lacking the resources and support networks needed to obtain  access to housing. 

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II.  UNDERSTANDING THE DATA    Undercounting  There is no disagreement that it is difficult to count homeless people.  The one consistent  finding in all the research on homelessness is that surveys undercount homeless populations.  It  is easy to “miss” homeless individuals and families ‐‐ they might not receive services at the  agencies where homeless persons are counted on the night of the PIT, or if they do frequent a  particular agency, they might not be there during the count.  People enter and leave  homelessness frequently and may become homeless shortly after the point‐in‐time study.  The  comprehensiveness of a sheltered homeless count is entirely dependent upon the level of  participation of agencies and organizations that serve homeless individuals and families.      Unsheltered homeless people are particularly difficult to count.  By definition, they are not in  places where they can easily be counted, such as transitional housing and homeless shelters.1   Many homeless people are not counted because they are not in places where they can be  found, much less where they have the opportunity to complete a survey, such as those living in  automobiles and other kinds of crude and temporary housing.  Some groups may be  underrepresented among service users, including youth, recently homeless persons, and  persons who are doubled up with friends and family.2  Others are homeless due to domestic  violence and, because of confidentiality concerns, do not complete surveys.  Still other  homeless people are likely afraid of being counted, such as undocumented persons.      Submitted Surveys  Table 1 describes the number of point‐in‐time surveys collected by agency staff and volunteers  and the number of surveys removed from the final database.    Table 1.  Survey Collection and Elimination  Surveys collected  Not homeless removed  Duplicates removed  Spent night out of Metro area removed  Final cases in database 

7,067 1,282  235  35  5,515 

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For example, “Number of Homeless Ohioans,” Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio, 8/27/02;  “Report  on Homelessness in North Dakota, March 2005” (p. 15); S.J. Farrell and E.D. Reissing, “Picking Up the Challenge:  Developing a Methodology to Enumerate and Assess the Needs of the Street Homeless Population, Evaluation  Review, Vol. 28, No. 2, April 2004, pp. 144‐155.   2  Ibid. 

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Variables Some variables are reported only for respondents and others for both respondents and all  homeless.  For all homeless people, the data represent respondents and the family members  who are with them.  Table 2 describes which variables from the survey are reported for  respondents, for all homeless and for both.    Table 2.  Reporting on Survey Data Points / Variables      VARIABLES  RESPONDENTS  Age  X  Chronic homelessness  X  City    County  X  Disabling conditions3  X  Duration of homelessness  X  Episodes of homelessness  X  Ethnicity  X  Foster care  X  Family type  X  Gender  X  Government benefits  X  Households with and without children  X  Last permanent place  X  Military service  X  Where spent Monday night  X  Newly homeless    Reasons for homelessness  X  Unsheltered    Working  X 

ALL HOMELESS    X  X  X            X      X      X  X    X   

MDHI’s 2011 point‐in‐time homeless count recruited as many service providers, volunteers and  outreach workers as possible, and they assisted homeless (or assumed homeless) individuals to  complete a two‐sided survey in order to facilitate survey distribution and administration.  They  used an extensive system of trained agency staff and volunteers to collect the survey data in  order to keep the cost of the point‐in‐time count affordable.              3

Respondents were asked, “Do you or any adult in your household (eighteen or older) have any of the following  disabling conditions”?  In prior years, respondents were asked to report their own disabling conditions only. 

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III.  FINDINGS    Some survey respondents did not answer every question.  Therefore, the percentages reported  in each sub‐section of the report and in individual tables and graphs represent only those  people who answered the particular question, not the total number of respondents.  In other  words, unless otherwise noted, the percentages do not include “missing” responses.   Additionally, when adding up numbers in various categories, the number will not always equal  the number of “respondents” or “all homeless” due to survey questions that were not  answered.    The findings are reported for respondents and all homeless.  Respondents are those individuals  who completed the survey.  The “all homeless” category is the sum of respondents and the  homeless family members with them.  The findings are reported in one or both of these two  categories, depending on which category is most useful and informative and on whether the  variable logically can be imputed to all homeless.  For example, military status can be reported  for respondents only, while it makes sense to report where people spent Monday night for all  homeless.    Total Estimated Homeless Persons  Some respondents who identified themselves as having children, either as part of a couple or as  a single parent, did not document these family members when completing their survey.  Other  respondents reported they were part of a couple without children but did not document their  spouse or partner.  The number of persons who were not included by respondents is estimated  at 1,226.4  This estimate was added to the total homeless estimate, but was not included in the  analyses of all homeless.      The total homeless count, including the estimate of unreported family members, is shown in  Table 3 below.    Table 3.  Total Homeless Including Counts and Estimates  SURVEY DATA  Respondents  Family members  Total SURVEY All Homeless  Additional family members not fully identified   TOTAL HOMELESS ESTIMATE 

5,515 4,636 10,151 1,226 11,377

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For each family type, the researchers calculated the average number of family members for respondents who  reported data for themselves and family members.  The researchers applied the average number of family  members – minus the respondent ‐‐ for each given family type to respondents who did not document family  members.  The estimates were then summed across family types. 

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DEMOGRAPHICS   1.    Family Type  The family type identified by the person who completed the survey reflects how they portray  themselves.  People who identified themselves as single or as part of a couple without children  are grouped as “Households without Children.”  People who identified themselves as a single  parent with children or as part of a couple with children are categorized as “Households with  Children.”5  Family type is reported for respondents and for all homeless, while households with  and without children is reported only for all homeless.    Table 4 describes respondents by family type and Table 5 shows the percentage of all homeless  people by family type.6    Table 4.  Family Type ‐ Respondents    Single  Single parent with children under 18  Couple with children under 18  Couple without children  Total 

Frequency 3,065 1,415 728 307 5,515

Percent 55.6 25.7 13.2 5.6 100.0

Table 5.  Family Type – All Homeless      Single  Single parent with children under 18 Couple with children under 18  Couple without children  Total 

Figure 1.  All Homeless by Households                   With and Without Children 

Homeless persons are much more  likely to be living in households with  children: 62 percent versus 38 percent.  5

All Homeless  3,345  3,670  2,553  583  10,151 

Percent of All  Homeless 33.0 36.2 25.2 5.7 100.0

Persons in Households With and Without Children All Homeless

Households Without Children 38.0%

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2.    Ages  Respondents range in age from 13 to 85 years.  Their average age is 39.9 years old.  Table 6.  Ages ‐ Respondents    Teen (13‐17)  Young Adult (18‐25)  Adult (26‐64)  Senior (65 and over)  Total 

Frequency 86 883 4,113 97 5,179

Percent 1.7 17.0 79.4 1.9 100.0

3.    Gender  Male respondents outnumber female respondents:  54.3 percent to 45.4 percent.  Eighteen  people (0.3%) identified themselves as transgender.        4.    Race/Ethnicity/Language of Respondents    Figure 2.  Ethnicity Comparison                                                                                      Ethnicity of Homeless Respondents Compared to 2005-2009 American Community Survey (ACS) Demographic Estimates Denver-Aurora-Broomfield Metro Area 100% 90% 80%

2011 Homeless Respondents 2005-2009 Denver-Aurora-Broomfield Metro Area

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70% 60% 50%

45.0%

40% 30% 23.3% 21.8%

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20%

7.0%

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0.5%

Native American, Alaska Native

Black, African American

White

Mixed

Hispanic, Latino, Spanish

Compared to the   general population of                          Denver‐Aurora‐ Broomfield, CO Metro  Area (2005‐2009),  whites are under‐ represented and  minorities are over‐ represented among the  homeless population.7      Five percent completed  the survey in Spanish.   

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HOUSING AND RISK FACTORS FOR HOMELESSNESS    5. Reasons for Homelessness  Respondents were given a list of possible reasons for their homelessness and asked to indicate  “all that apply.”  Overall, loss of a job was the most common reason given, followed by housing  costs, relationship or family breakup, substance abuse and eviction or foreclosure.    Table 7.  Reasons for Homelessness    Lost job/can’t find work  Housing costs too high  Relationship or family break‐up/death in the family  Substance abuse  Eviction/foreclosure  Mental illness, emotional problems  Medical problems including physical, dev disability  Abuse or violence in home  Have work but wages too low  Discharged from jail, prison, halfway house  Utility costs too high  Runaway/discharged from foster care  Sexual orientation  Other reason 

Frequency 2,060 985 936 625 608 602 513 482 481 435 397 132 40 377

Percent 37.4 17.9 17.0 11.3 11.0 10.9 9.3 8.7 8.7 7.9 7.2 2.4 0.7 6.8

Survey respondents wrote in “other” reasons for their current episode of homelessness.  The  most common “other” reason for homelessness was that the respondent recently moved to the  Metro area.  Other common reasons were various problems with government benefits:  respondents had lost their benefits, were waiting for benefits, could not get benefits or  reported that their benefit allocation was not enough money to live on.  Additional reasons for  homelessness were landlord problems, bad credit, dangerous or unhealthy living conditions  (overcrowding, bed bugs, building unsafe or not up to code), immigration issues including  deportation, child support or alimony problems, legal issues, pregnancy, or respondents simply  reported having “no money.”    There are differences between households with and without children in their reasons for  homelessness, some more striking than others.  Table 8 compares the five most frequently  reported reasons overall by households with and without children.   

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Table 8.  Top Five Reasons for Homelessness – Respondents in Households With and Without  Children    Households Without  Households With  Reasons  Children  Children    Frequency Percent  Frequency  Percent  Lost job/can’t find work  1,304 39.4 756  34.3 14.4 509  23.1 Housing costs too high  476 Relationship or family break‐up/death in the family  454 13.7 482  21.8 Substance abuse  484 14.6 141  6.4 9.2 303  13.7 Eviction/foreclosure  305    

6.    Disabling Conditions  HUD requires that the point‐in‐time survey include questions asking respondents to identify if,  at the time of the survey, they had any of the following disabling conditions – serious mental  illness, a serious medical condition, chronic substance abuse issues, a developmental disability,  or HIV/AIDS.    Nearly half (44.5%) respondents reported that they or some adult in their  household had at least one disabling condition including some “other” disabling condition.   While almost one‐third (30.2%) reported only one disabling condition, nearly one‐in‐eight  (12.3%) reported that adults in their household had two or more disabling conditions.      The largest group of respondents indicated that they experienced serious medical or physical  conditions or a serious mental illness, followed closely by substance abuse.     Figure 3.  Respondents ‐ Disabling Conditions Respondents - Disabling Conditions

25%

20%

19.6%

19.4% 17.8%

15%

10%

5% 3.7% 2.1% 0% Medical condition

Mental illness

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1.0% HIV/AIDS

Respondents in  households without  children were  approximately  twice as likely to  report an adult with  a serious physical or  mental health  condition or a  serious substance  abuse condition.     

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Military Service, Foster Care, Work    Respondents were asked, “Have you served in the U.S. Armed Forces or were you activated,  into active duty, as a member of the National Guard or as a reservist?”  They also were asked if  they had ever been in foster care, and if so, if they had aged out of foster care in the past six  months.  Additionally, they were asked if in the past month they or anyone else in their  household had received any money from working.      Military Service Slightly more than one in ten respondents (11.7%) served in the military.  Of those veterans,  11.3 percent were unsheltered on Monday night.      Foster Care  Similarly, slightly more than one in ten respondents (11.7%) said they had ever been in foster  care, and of those, 15.1 percent reported they had aged out of foster care at some time in the  last six months.       Work  Nearly one‐third (30.8%) of respondents reported they or anyone else in their household had  worked in the past month.  Substantially more respondents in households with children (41.9%)  reported having received money from working in the past month than respondents in  households without children (23.8%).      8. Government Benefits  Respondents were asked to indicate all of the government benefits that anyone in their  household received.  The majority (58.4%) reported that their household received some type of  government benefit.  Of those receiving benefits, over half (54.3%) were receiving one benefit  and nearly half (45.6%) were receiving two or more government benefits.  More households  with children were receiving government benefits (67.0%) than households without children  (52.7%).              

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NATURE OF HOMELESSNESS    9. Duration and Episodes of Homelessness  Duration of homelessness refers to how long a particular episode of homelessness has lasted.   Number of episodes refers to the number of separate times a household has experienced  homelessness, regardless of how long each of the episodes lasted.    Duration      Table 9.  Duration of Homelessness    Over half (52.9%) of    Frequency  Percent respondents say their  Less than 1 month  575  11.2 household has been  More than 1 month but less than 1 year  2,136  41.7 homeless for less than  1 to 3 years  1,182  23.1 one year, while one in  More than 3 years  535  10.4 ten (10.4%) have been  Don’t know  95  1.9 * The table adds up to 88.3 percent.  The missing percentage    homeless for more  represents those respondents who reported they were not  than three years.  homeless in this question, but indicated homelessness in their    answers to other questions.  Episodes    The single largest group  Table 10.  Episodes of Homelessness    Frequency  Percent of respondents (39.9%)  Once in last three years  2,042  39.9 said their household  Twice in last three years  1,098  21.5 was experiencing its  Three times in last three years  665  13.0 first episode of  Four times in last three years  251  4.9 homelessness in the  Five or more times in last three years  633  12.4 last three years on the  * The table adds up to 91.7 percent.  The missing percentage    represents those respondents who reported they were not  night of January 24.   homeless in this question, but indicated homelessness in their  More than one in five  answers to other questions.  (21.5%) had been  homeless twice in the last three years, and nearly one‐in‐eight had been homeless five or more  times.    Tables 11 and 12 show the differences between households with and without children  regarding episodes and duration of homelessness.  Households without children are twice as  likely to have been homeless five or more times, and to have been homeless for more than  three years.      

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Table 11.  Episodes of Homelessness by Households With and Without Children    Households Without Children           

Episodes in Last Three Years  One  Two  Three  Four  Five or more   

Households With Children         

One  Two  Three  Four  Five or more 

Frequency 1,255  587  415  156  496   

Percent 39.7 18.6 13.1 4.9 15.7

787  511  250  95  137 

40.2 26.1 12.8 4.9 7.0

    Table 12.  Duration of Homelessness by Households With and Without Children    Households Without Children           

Duration of Homelessness  Less than 1 month  More than 1 month but less than 1 year  1 to 3 years  More than 3 years  Don’t know     

Frequency 342  1,217  764  413  67 

Percent 10.8 38.5 24.2 13.1 2.1

Households With Children         

Less than 1 month  More than 1 month but less than 1 year  1 to 3 years  More than 3 years  Don’t know 

233  919  418  122  28 

11.9 46.9 21.3 6.2 1.4

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10. Chronically Homeless Individuals    HUD Definitions and Criteria  Historically, HUD has defined chronic homelessness as:     Single persons living alone, and   Having a chronic debilitating condition, and   Sleeping in a place not meant for human habitation and/or in an emergency homeless  shelter, and   Having been homeless continually for one year or more OR having four or more  episodes of homelessness in three or more years.    HUD defines a disabling condition as “a diagnosable substance abuse disorder, serious mental  illness, developmental disability or chronic physical illness or disability.”  A disabling condition  limits an individual’s ability to work or perform activities of daily living.     New this year, HUD includes families in its definition of chronically homeless, albeit without  clear criteria for counting these individuals and families.  HUD issued the following guidelines  regarding “Chronically Homeless Person or Family”:    An unaccompanied homeless individual (18 or older) with a disabling condition or  a family with at least one adult member (18 or older) who has a disabling  condition who has either been continuously homeless for a year or more OR has  had at least four episodes of homelessness in the past three years.  This means  that CoCs need to collect four pieces of data to meet HUD requirements:    1.  Number of sheltered chronically homeless individuals living in emergency  shelter or safe havens.  2. Number of unsheltered chronically homeless individuals living in a place not  meant for human habitation (e.g. living on the street).  3. Number of sheltered chronically homeless families living in emergency shelter  or safe havens.  4. Number of unsheltered chronically homeless families living in a place not  meant for human habitation (e.g. living on the street).    The above criteria indicate that Continuums of Care (CoCs) must determine the number of  chronically homeless single individuals and the number of chronically homeless family units.   However, in a subsequent publication, HUD directed that:  

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CoCs should collect and report the total number of persons in chronically  homeless families to include both the adult members who are chronically  homeless and family members who are with them, either sheltered or  unsheltered.      Conversely, this second set of criteria indicates that HUD requires CoCs to report the number of  respondents and their family members who are chronically homeless, or as designated in this  report, All Homeless.      HUD was contacted to clarify the necessary data that CoCs should collect and report for their  chronically homeless populations, but further clarification was unavailable.  This report  therefore includes the following descriptions of the chronically homeless:      Number of chronically homeless single individuals   Number of chronically homeless family units   Number of chronically homeless ‐‐ All Homeless persons8    Finally, based on HUD criteria, unaccompanied homeless children under the age of 18 are not  counted as chronically homeless individuals.  In this study, six respondents were younger than  18 and identified as chronically homeless, but were not included in the chronically homeless  calculations.  Table 13 shows chronically homeless respondents (whether single individuals or  part of a family) by age categories, although the six teens were not included in subsequent  reporting of chronically homeless.    Table 13.  Chronically Homeless Respondents by Age Category    Teen (13‐17)  Young Adult (18‐25)  Adult (26‐64)  Senior (65 and over)  Total  Missing Age  TOTAL NUMBER OF  CHRONICALLY HOMELESS 

Number of  Respondents 6 24 411 14 455 17 472

Percent 1.3 5.3 90.3 3.1 100.0  

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Additional breakdowns of chronically homeless, including sheltered, unsheltered and by county may be found in  the Appendix.   

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Chronically Homeless Respondents  There are a total of 466 chronically homeless respondents who meet HUD’s definition.  Slightly  more than three‐quarters (76.4%) are male.      Chronically Homeless Single Individuals and Families  Over three quarters (77.9%) or 363 of chronically homeless respondents are single individuals.   Families ‐‐ respondents who are not single individuals ‐‐ comprise more than one‐fifth (22.1%)  of the chronically homeless population.      Table 14.  Chronically Homeless by Family Type – Respondents    Single  Single parent with children under 18  Couple with children under 18  Couple without children  Total 

Number 363 50 18 35 466

Percent 77.9  10.7  3.9  7.5  100.0 

  Chronically Homeless Single Individuals and Families by County  The largest group of chronically homeless respondents in each county is single individuals.  Table 15.  Chronically Homeless by County and Family Type – Respondents  Family Type 

Number of Chronically Homeless Respondents in Each County 

Adams Arapahoe Boulder Denver Single  3 6 96 233 Single parent with children under 18  2 2 10 32 Couple with children under 18  1 0 4 10 Couple without children  1 0 14 15 TOTAL  7 8 124 290

Douglas Jefferson TOTAL 7  9 354 0  4 50 0  2 17 0  2 32 7  17 453

Chronically Homeless ‐‐ All Homeless  Consistent with respondents, of all chronically homeless persons (respondents and their family  members), the largest group is single individuals and the small number of family members with  them (66.8 percent).  Persons in families comprise one‐third (33.2%) of all chronically homeless  persons.       

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Table 16.  ALL Homeless – Chronically Homeless by Family Type    Single  Single parent with children under 18  Couple with children under 18  Couple without children  Total 

All Homeless 3939 88 37 70 588

Percent of All  Homeless  66.8%  15.0%  6.3%  11.9%  100.0% 

  11.  Where All Homeless Persons Spent Monday Night  On January 24, 2011, all homeless people were predominantly staying temporarily with family  or friends (30.9), in transitional housing (23.5%) or in an emergency shelter (17.4%).    Table 17.  Where Spent Monday Night – All Homeless    Temporarily with family or friends  Time‐limited transitional housing  Emergency shelter  Own apt or house  On the street, under a bridge, abandoned bldg, car, etc  Hotel, motel paid for by self  Hotel, motel paid for by others, vouchers  Domestic violence shelter  Substance abuse treatment program  Permanent supportive housing  Section 8 housing  Halfway house  Hospital  Youth shelter  Jail, prison  Somewhere else  Total 

Respondents 1,378 1,069 1,257 334 411 266 160 110 117 73 41 59 47 42 27 17 5,408

All Homeless  Percent of All  Homeless 3,069  30.9 2,331  23.5 1,732  17.4 656  6.6 514  5.2 519  5.2 306  3.1 215  2.2 130  1.3 120  1.2 86  .9 76  .8 59  .6 48  .5 43  .4 33  .3 9,937  100.0

* 107 Respondents did not report where their household spent Monday night.  No one reported spending  Monday night in a juvenile detention facility.  

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There are 363 chronically homeless persons whose family type is identified as ‘single’; however, considering all  homeless persons, there are 393 chronically homeless persons in this category.  This is due to some single  respondents having various family members with them, such as a sibling or an adult respondent with a parent.  

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Figure 4.  All Homeless ‐  Monday Night by  Households With and  Without Children 

Place Spent Monday Night by Households With and Without Children - All Homeless (top 5 most frequently reported responses)

36.9% Temporarily with family or friends 21.1% People in households  with and without  29.4% Transitional housing children differed in  13.8% the types of places  10.8% Emergency shelter where they spent  28.2% Monday night.    6.9% Own apt or house Figure 4 shows how  6.1% Households With Children households with and  Households Without Children 1.9% On the street, under a without children  bridge, etc. 10.5% compare on the five  0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% places where all  homeless most frequently spent Monday night.      12.  Unsheltered  Of all homeless people, 5.1 percent or 411 people were unsheltered (living on the street, under  a bridge, in an abandoned or public building, in a car, camping out, etc.) on the night of January  24.10  Of those who were unsheltered, over three‐quarters (77.2%) were living in households  without children, and 22.8 percent had children with them.      13.  Newly Homeless                                                    For the purpose of this study, people were considered “newly homeless” if they had been  homeless for less than one year and this was their first episode of homelessness.  On January  24, 2011, nearly one in four (23.7%) or 2,402 people, were considered newly homeless.  Of the  newly homeless, fully two‐thirds (66.6%) were in households with children.            10

This percentage is slightly lower than the 5.2 percent of all homeless who were unsheltered in Table 17 above.   The difference is because Table 17 is based only on people who reported where they spent Monday night.  The 5.1  percent is based on all homeless, including those who did not indicate where they spent Monday night. 

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14. Counties / Cities  The largest proportion (42.1%) of all homeless persons spent Monday night in the City and  County of Denver.  More, however, spent Monday night in other Metro area counties (57.9%).  Counties  Table 18.  County Where Persons Spent Monday Night –  All Homeless   

Respondents

All Homeless

607 423 943 115 2,638 72 534

1,531 866 1,779 241 4,166 125 1,191

Adams County  Arapahoe County  Boulder County  Broomfield City & County  Denver City & County  Douglas County  Jefferson County 

Percent of All  Homeless  15.5  8.7  18.0  2.4  42.1  1.3  12.0 

Households with children and without children differ in the county where they spent the night  of the survey.  The majority of households without children (55.6%) indicated that they spent  that night in Denver.  Conversely, the majority of households with children (65.9%) spent  Monday night in counties other than Denver.     Table 19 shows the percentage of all homeless persons in households with children in each of  the seven Metro counties.  A majority of homeless persons in every county except Douglas  County is part of a household with children.    Table 19.  Persons in Households With Children by County  –   All Homeless    Adams County  Arapahoe County  Boulder County  Broomfield City & County  Denver City & County  Douglas County  Jefferson County 

All Homeless 1,305 554 1,126 182 2,114 58 867

Percent of All  Homeless  85.2  64.0  63.3  75.5  50.7  46.4  72.8 

   

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Cities Table 20 shows the five most frequently reported cities where all homeless persons spent  Monday night.      Table 20.  City ‐  All Homeless     Denver  Boulder  Aurora  Lakewood  Longmont 

All Homeless 4,166 914 781 691 636

Percent of All  Homeless  42.1  9.2  7.9  7.0  6.4 

  15.  Last Permanent Residence    Respondents were asked to indicate the county where they last lived before they became  homeless.  The largest single percentage (37.9%) of respondents indicated their last permanent  residence was in Denver City and County, although a combined 44.7 percent were from one of  the Metro counties other than Denver.  One in eight (12.8%) homeless respondents were from  out of state, and 4.6 percent were from a Colorado county other than one of the seven Metro  counties in this study.      Table 21 compares the county where respondents spent the night of Monday, January 24 and  the county where respondents had their last permanent residence.  For example, out of 913  respondents who spent Monday night in Boulder and answered the question about their last  permanent residence, 682 said that Boulder was their last permanent residence, 118 were from  out of state, and 41 were from a Colorado county other than one of the Metro counties in this  study.  The number of respondents in the table reflects the number of respondents who  provided information about both where they spent Monday night and the county where they  last had a permanent residence.                

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Table 21.  County of Last Permanent Residence by County Spent Monday Night   

                                       County Spent Monday Night 

County of Last  Permanent Residence  Adams  Arapahoe 

Adams  Arapahoe Boulder Broomfield 252  34 20 13

Denver Douglas  Jefferson 116 0  11

TOTAL 446

36

196

10

3

179

3

26

453

Boulder

0

1

682

7

21

0

2

713

Broomfield

1

0

3

52

5

0

2

63

Denver

65

87

27

5

1640

4

69

1897

Douglas

2

12

0

0

16

40

4

74

Jefferson

13

16

12

3

148

1

318

511

Other Colorado Cty 

12

17

41

6

114

2

34

226

Out of state 

26

47

118

26

357

16

49

639

407

410

913

115

2596

66

515

5022

Differences in totals between Tables 21 and 22 are due to missing responses.  The proportion of  respondents with and without children who spent Monday night in a county different from  their last permanent residence varies across counties.  The key messages from Table 22 are   1) on average, between one‐quarter and one‐third of respondents sleeping in a new Metro area  county  are newly homeless; and 2) the highest proportion of chronically homeless respondents  spending Monday night in a county not reported as their last permanent residence are from out  of state.       Table 22.  Monday Night in County other than County of Last Permanent Residence – Respondent                         Demographics11  Chronically  COUNTY OF LAST  Frequency  Respondents in Households  Newly  Homeless  PERMANENT  With and Without Children  Homeless  Respondents  RESIDENCE    Respondents      Without Children  With Children  Adams  Arapahoe  Boulder  Broomfield  Denver  Douglas  Jefferson  Other CO County  Out of State 

194 257  31  11  257  34  193  236  653 

112 137 24 8 143 28 115 167 476

57.7 53.3 77.4 72.7 55.6 82.4 59.6 70.8 72.9

82 120 7 3 114 6 78 69 177

42.3 46.7 22.6 27.3 44.4 17.6 40.4 29.2 27.1

60 81 10 3 66 10 57 53 182

30.9 31.5  32.3  27.3  25.7  29.4  29.5  22.5  27.9 

16 19 0 1 14 1 17 25 89

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Summary Homelessness continues to be a critical issue in Metro Denver.  More than 11,000 people, many  of them children, lack a permanent home on any given night.      The Point‐In‐Time study shows that persons living in households with children continue to  account for the majority of homeless persons in Metro Denver.  The number of homeless  women is approaching that of homeless men, primarily because of the large number of single  parents and couples with children.  More than one‐quarter of single homeless persons,  however, are now female.  Minorities are over‐represented among the homeless population  compared to general population estimates.    The great majority of all homeless people spent Monday night staying temporarily with family  members or friends, in time‐limited transitional housing or in an emergency shelter (not  including a domestic violence shelter).  Persons in households with children were substantially  more likely to stay with family or friends or in transitional housing, while persons in households  without children were more likely to have spent Monday night in an emergency shelter.  One in  twenty homeless people were unsheltered.  There are fewer newly homeless than in the past  couple of years.  It may be that people are experiencing homelessness for longer periods of  time due to the economy.  Nevertheless, almost one‐quarter of all homeless are newly  homeless, and fully two‐thirds of newly homeless persons are in households with children.       The change in HUD’s definition of chronically homeless is a step forward in accurately defining  and reporting on persons experiencing chronic homelessness.  Service providers have long been  aware that families as well as single individuals face the catastrophic problems associated with  being chronically homeless.  Of all chronically homeless persons, one in five are in households  with children.      The three most frequently reported reasons for respondents’ current spell of homelessness are  unemployment, followed by housing costs and relationship or family break‐up.  A recent  Denver Post article reported that Colorado mirrors the nation in the record growth of low‐ income families who pay more than half of their monthly income for rent.  The vacancy rate in  affordable housing rentals is dropping, incomes are dropping, and rents are increasing.12     Given the uncertainty surrounding the economic recovery and the fact that homelessness  affects so many families and children, it is more critical than ever that we work together to  provide services and programs to reduce homelessness in Metropolitan Denver.  12

O’Connor, Colleen.  Affordable housing overwhelmed.  The Denver Post posted 2/13/2011.   http://www.denverpost.com/fdcp?1298590510940 

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V.  METHODOLOGY    MDHI collected data in the last week in January, referencing the point‐in‐time as the night of  Monday, January 24, 2011.      Survey Instrument  The survey instrument was developed by the Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative (MDHI).   The survey was revised based on input from MDHI Board members and on changes in HUD  definitions.  For example, MDHI revised how respondents were asked about their military  service to reflect HUD’s guidelines.     Data Entry/Cleaning  A professional data entry firm entered the survey data.  The researchers performed numerous  procedures to identify data entry and logic errors.  For example, the researchers ran  frequencies on all variables to check for out of range / incorrect values; coded and cleaned all  open‐ended responses; did countless logic checks  comparing “Family Type” and family  member data; and performed many additional logic checks on all data points.    The researchers paid particular attention to identifying family type and households with and  without children.  Although evidence of children in a household often was not thoroughly or  consistently documented, if there was solid evidence that the respondent had any children  under 18 years of age, the household was identified as a household with children.  Respondents  age 17 or under were automatically classified as a household with children.      The number of homeless persons in a household could be counted if the respondent: 1)  entered the number of people in the household, and 2) identified the family members who  were with them on Monday night.  In many cases, responses to these questions were  inconsistent; handling these cases  required extensive data examination and cleaning.  The  researchers also did additional data cleaning, for example, removing friends reported by  respondents.  The study’s methodology assumes that “friends” complete their own surveys,  while the respondent reports on family members.    Criteria for Eliminating Not Homeless  The researchers established clearly defined, objective criteria to identify homelessness.   Determining whether a respondent was homeless initially depended on where he or she spent  the PIT night.  As needed, other questions were included in the decision process.  Many surveys  had inconsistent responses.  In these situations, the researchers examined responses indicating  housing status and developed additional criteria to sort respondents consistently.   

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Duplicates The PIT survey was conducted over a 24‐hour period in order to reduce the number of  duplicate surveys.  However, duplicates are inevitable.  Several steps were taken to address this  issue:     Although agency staff, volunteers and homeless respondents were instructed to  complete a survey for every homeless individual or family, only one survey was counted  for each household.   Agency staff and volunteers were trained regarding the critical nature of obtaining the  identifying information at the top of the survey form.      A unique identification number was created for each respondent.  This identification number  consisted of first initial, middle initial, first three letters of last name and month respondent  was born, as well as age and gender.  The researchers examined the survey instruments for  respondents with identical identification numbers and omitted duplicates.    New in 2011   If the survey was missing data to indicate homelessness, and the agency submitting the  survey only serves homeless persons, the respondent was identified as homeless.     If the respondent spent Monday night in permanent supportive housing and reported  that he or she was going to be evicted in seven days, the respondents was identified as  homeless – in other words, permanent supportive housing was treated similarly to living  in Section 8 housing or in the respondent’s own apartment or house.   If the respondent reported having children in the table identifying household members  but did not state their children’s ages, and the respondent was age 32 or younger, the  respondent was counted as having a child under 18.                         

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

APPENDIX A  Chronically Homeless in Emergency Shelter and Unsheltered      Chronically Homeless RESPONDENTS = 466  Singles = 363      People in families = 103    Respondent singles in emergency shelter = 231  Respondents in families in emergency shelter = 69  Respondent singles unsheltered = 132  Respondents in families unsheltered = 34      Chronically Homeless ALL HOMELESS = 588  Singles ALL HOMELESS = 393  People in families ALL HOMELESS = 195    Single ALL HOMELESS in emergency shelter = 250  People in families ALL HOMELESS in emergency shelter = 133  Single ALL HOMELESS unsheltered = 143  People in Families ALL HOMELESS unsheltered = 62                                 

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

APPENDIX B  Respondent Ages by Family Type  Seven County Metropolitan Area and by County    1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Metro Area  Adams County  Arapahoe County  Boulder County  Broomfield City & County  Denver City & County  Douglas County  Jefferson County   

                                               

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

1. METRO AREA  Age of respondent * Family type – METRO AREA

Family type

Single Age of respondent

Single parent

Couple with

with children

children under

Couple without

under 18

18

children

Total

13

2

0

0

0

2

14

4

1

0

0

5

15

4

0

0

0

4

16

17

2

6

1

26

17

30

7

8

3

48

18

46

15

11

9

81

19

65

26

24

7

122

20

62

36

16

7

121

21

39

52

25

5

121

22

36

51

20

3

110

23

36

46

25

6

113

24

37

43

32

9

121

25

37

30

21

6

94

26

44

51

21

5

121

27

33

38

16

1

88

28

26

45

21

5

97

29

35

49

25

1

110

30

46

41

27

6

120

31

32

44

33

2

111

32

39

49

14

4

106

33

48

49

15

4

116

34

35

26

16

2

79

35

42

33

21

5

101

36

40

46

17

4

107

37

38

63

14

3

118

38

46

30

20

4

100

39

45

30

17

10

102

40

75

47

29

5

156

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    41

56

27

12

11

106

42

73

31

14

4

122

43

52

33

14

6

105

44

67

20

17

8

112

45

69

23

12

1

105

46

72

27

13

8

120

47

115

14

11

13

153

48

99

24

6

9

138

49

114

21

13

15

163

50

156

18

6

18

198

51

131

19

3

10

163

52

117

14

10

17

158

53

106

9

2

11

128

54

79

7

4

7

97

55

79

10

1

1

91

56

77

4

4

5

90

57

78

5

1

7

91

58

67

5

0

8

80

59

58

5

5

3

71

60

58

2

1

6

67

61

43

4

0

2

49

62

31

2

1

1

35

63

14

0

0

6

20

64

18

0

1

0

19

65

14

0

1

2

17

66

9

0

0

0

9

67

10

3

0

0

13

68

8

0

0

0

8

69

3

0

0

0

3

70

8

0

1

1

10

71

5

1

1

0

7

72

8

0

0

1

9

73

4

0

0

0

4

74

3

0

0

1

4

75

3

1

0

0

4

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    76

2

0

1

0

3

77

2

0

0

0

2

79

1

0

0

0

1

80

1

0

0

0

1

82

1

0

0

0

1

85

0

1

0

0

1

2950

1280

649

299

5178

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

2. ADAMS COUNTY  Age of respondent * Family type – ADAMS COUNTY

Family type

Single Age of respondent

Single parent

Couple with

with children

children under

Couple without

under 18

18

children

Total

16

1

0

0

0

1

17

1

0

0

0

1

18

2

2

1

0

5

19

3

5

4

0

12

20

2

8

0

1

11

21

3

5

4

1

13

22

5

7

1

0

13

23

2

10

6

2

20

24

0

10

2

0

12

25

2

4

3

2

11

26

3

7

4

2

16

27

1

6

0

0

7

28

1

11

5

0

17

29

2

7

6

0

15

30

5

7

4

0

16

31

2

5

5

0

12

32

3

5

2

0

10

33

2

7

3

0

12

34

2

5

5

0

12

35

1

6

7

0

14

36

1

7

3

0

11

37

3

7

2

0

12

38

1

6

4

0

11

39

3

3

3

1

10

40

3

7

2

0

12

41

6

4

2

3

15

42

5

3

1

0

9

43

0

7

2

0

9

44

2

2

2

2

8

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    45

2

1

1

0

4

46

8

1

3

1

13

47

7

2

4

0

13

48

6

6

0

0

12

49

2

4

2

0

8

50

7

1

0

0

8

51

1

1

2

0

4

52

2

1

0

1

4

53

3

2

0

0

5

54

4

0

2

0

6

55

3

1

0

0

4

56

1

1

2

0

4

57

1

1

0

1

3

58

3

0

0

1

4

59

2

0

0

0

2

60

1

0

1

0

2

61

1

0

0

0

1

62

2

2

0

0

4

63

0

0

0

1

1

67

1

0

0

0

1

71

0

1

0

0

1

75

1

0

0

0

1

125

188

100

19

432

Total

             

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

3. ARAPAHOE COUNTY Age of respondent * Family type – ARAPAHOE COUNTY

Family type

Single Age of respondent

Single parent

Couple with

with children

children under

Couple without

under 18

18

children

Total

14

1

0

0

0

1

16

1

0

0

0

1

17

1

1

0

1

3

18

1

0

0

1

2

19

3

1

1

1

6

20

6

4

3

3

16

21

7

8

1

1

17

22

2

6

4

0

12

23

3

5

1

2

11

24

5

3

3

2

13

25

4

6

2

2

14

26

2

3

1

1

7

27

3

8

2

0

13

28

0

2

0

0

2

29

3

3

1

0

7

30

4

4

2

0

10

31

4

3

2

0

9

32

4

8

0

0

12

33

4

1

0

0

5

34

5

3

2

0

10

35

3

3

1

0

7

36

1

7

1

0

9

37

2

5

1

0

8

38

3

2

2

2

9

39

6

3

1

0

10

40

7

3

2

1

13

41

2

4

1

0

7

42

3

4

1

0

8

43

6

5

2

2

15

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    44

1

3

2

1

7

45

3

1

3

0

7

46

6

2

1

0

9

47

8

0

0

1

9

48

7

3

1

2

13

49

5

2

2

3

12

50

10

1

0

3

14

51

6

1

0

2

9

52

1

1

1

1

4

53

8

0

0

2

10

54

4

0

0

1

5

55

4

2

0

0

6

56

3

1

0

0

4

57

6

0

0

0

6

58

4

0

0

1

5

59

4

0

2

1

7

60

4

1

0

1

6

61

4

2

0

0

6

62

2

0

0

0

2

64

1

0

0

0

1

67

1

1

0

0

2

71

1

0

0

0

1

73

1

0

0

0

1

75

1

0

0

0

1

76

1

0

0

0

1

85

0

1

0

0

1

192

127

49

38

406

Total

             

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

4. BOULDER COUNTY Age of respondent * Family type – BOULDER COUNTY

Family type

Single Age of respondent

Single parent

Couple with

with children

children under

Couple without

under 18

18

children

Total

14

1

0

0

0

1

15

4

0

0

0

4

16

8

1

6

0

15

17

23

4

4

1

32

18

18

8

7

1

34

19

11

8

13

0

32

20

7

5

8

1

21

21

4

6

7

1

18

22

4

8

4

1

17

23

8

0

1

0

9

24

10

2

7

1

20

25

5

4

4

0

13

26

6

7

3

0

16

27

7

2

4

1

14

28

6

10

4

1

21

29

9

5

4

0

18

30

8

2

8

1

19

31

7

4

7

0

18

32

6

3

2

1

12

33

12

6

6

0

24

34

10

2

4

1

17

35

9

4

5

1

19

36

6

6

3

0

15

37

8

7

3

1

19

38

7

7

5

0

19

39

12

5

3

1

21

40

11

8

9

1

29

41

11

3

3

2

19

42

6

5

8

1

20

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    43

11

5

2

1

19

44

12

2

5

2

21

45

9

6

2

0

17

46

11

3

1

3

18

47

17

2

1

4

24

48

14

2

1

2

19

49

13

0

1

2

16

50

19

1

3

3

26

51

26

3

0

1

30

52

18

5

2

6

31

53

20

2

0

1

23

54

14

3

0

1

18

55

13

2

0

0

15

56

14

0

0

1

15

57

16

0

1

1

18

58

13

0

0

3

16

59

11

0

0

0

11

60

7

0

0

2

9

61

5

0

0

0

5

62

5

0

0

0

5

63

1

0

0

2

3

64

2

0

0

0

2

65

2

0

0

2

4

66

2

0

0

0

2

67

5

0

0

0

5

68

3

0

0

0

3

70

2

0

0

0

2

71

2

0

1

0

3

72

2

0

0

0

2

73

1

0

0

0

1

75

1

0

0

0

1

535

168

162

55

920

Total

     

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

5. BROOMFIELD CITY & COUNTY  Age of respondent * Family type – BROOMFIELD CITY & COUNTY

Family type

Single Age of respondent

Single parent

Couple with

with children

children under

Couple without

under 18

18

children

Total

18

2

0

0

1

3

19

2

0

1

1

4

20

1

1

0

0

2

21

2

0

0

0

2

22

5

8

1

0

14

23

1

0

1

0

2

24

1

1

3

0

5

25

1

1

1

0

3

26

7

0

0

0

7

27

1

2

1

0

4

28

1

2

0

1

4

29

0

1

0

0

1

30

1

1

0

0

2

31

0

3

1

0

4

32

0

2

0

0

2

33

0

2

0

0

2

35

2

0

0

0

2

36

0

1

1

0

2

37

3

4

0

0

7

38

0

0

1

0

1

39

1

0

0

0

1

40

0

2

0

0

2

41

1

1

0

0

2

42

0

2

0

0

2

43

0

1

0

0

1

44

0

1

1

0

2

45

2

2

0

0

4

46

0

1

1

0

2

47

1

0

1

0

2

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    49

1

0

0

0

1

50

1

0

1

0

2

51

2

1

0

0

3

52

2

0

0

0

2

53

2

0

0

0

2

55

0

1

0

0

1

56

2

0

0

0

2

57

1

0

0

0

1

58

1

0

0

0

1

59

0

1

0

0

1

60

1

0

0

0

1

62

1

0

0

0

1

63

0

0

0

1

1

65

1

0

0

0

1

68

1

0

0

0

1

70

0

0

1

0

1

51

42

16

4

113

Total

                                   

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

6. DENVER CITY & COUNTY Age of respondent * Family type – DENVER CITY & COUNTY

Single Age of respondent

Family type Single parent Couple with with children children under Couple without under 18 18 children 1 0 0

Total

14

0

16

4

1

0

1

6

17

5

1

3

1

10

18

16

2

3

3

24

19

38

9

4

3

54

20

33

16

2

2

53

21

17

24

10

2

53

22

15

16

6

2

39

23

18

23

6

2

49

24

18

20

12

6

56

25

18

14

8

2

42

26

16

25

9

2

52

27

15

18

8

0

41

28

11

16

5

0

32

29

19

26

11

1

57

30

24

20

6

5

55

31

14

22

9

2

47

32

18

17

9

0

44

33

20

26

5

3

54

34

13

10

4

0

27

35

22

16

4

4

46

36

25

18

7

3

53

37

21

25

5

1

52

38

29

12

2

2

45

39

20

16

6

6

48

40

41

17

8

0

66

41

31

13

4

5

53

42

46

14

2

3

65

43

29

12

4

2

47

44

42

10

4

2

58

45

47

11

3

0

61

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_14

1


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    46

35

12

4

2

53

47

71

7

1

5

84

48

62

10

3

5

80

49

80

11

3

8

102

50

104

12

1

7

124

51

79

10

1

5

95

52

80

5

4

7

96

53

65

5

2

4

76

54

50

1

2

2

55

55

49

4

1

1

55

56

50

1

1

3

55

57

39

3

0

0

42

58

37

4

0

1

42

59

34

2

2

2

40

60

43

1

0

3

47

61

25

1

0

1

27

62

18

0

0

1

19

63

10

0

0

2

12

64

11

0

1

0

12

65

7

0

1

0

8

66

6

0

0

0

6

67

3

2

0

0

5

68

3

0

0

0

3

69

1

0

0

0

1

70

5

0

0

1

6

71

1

0

0

0

1

72

5

0

0

1

6

73

2

0

0

0

2

74

2

0

0

1

3

76

1

0

1

0

2

77

1

0

0

0

1

80

1

0

0

0

1

82

1

0

0

0

1

1666

562

197

127

2552

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_15


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

7. DOUGLAS COUNTY Age of respondent * Family type – DOUGLAS COUNTY

Family type

Single Age of respondent

Single parent

Couple with

with children

children under

Couple without

under 18

18

children

Total

18

0

0

0

1

1

19

1

0

0

0

1

20

3

0

0

0

3

21

3

1

1

0

5

22

0

1

1

0

2

23

1

1

1

0

3

26

2

1

0

0

3

27

1

1

0

0

2

28

0

1

0

0

1

29

1

1

0

0

2

31

0

0

2

0

2

32

1

3

0

0

4

33

1

0

0

0

1

36

1

1

0

0

2

38

1

0

0

0

1

40

3

0

1

0

4

41

2

0

0

0

2

43

0

0

1

0

1

44

3

0

0

0

3

45

0

1

0

0

1

47

0

1

0

0

1

48

1

0

0

0

1

49

1

0

0

0

1

50

1

0

1

0

2

51

2

0

0

0

2

52

2

0

0

0

2

54

2

0

0

1

3

56

1

0

0

0

1

57

2

0

0

0

2

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_16


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    58

1

0

0

1

2

59

1

0

0

0

1

61

2

0

0

0

2

63

1

0

0

0

1

64

1

0

0

0

1

65

1

0

0

0

1

68

1

0

0

0

1

72

1

0

0

0

1

45

13

8

3

69

Total

                                                   

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_17


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

8. JEFFERSON COUNTY Age of respondent * Family type – JEFFERSON COUNTY

Family type

Single Age of respondent

Single parent

Couple with

with children

children under

Couple without

under 18

18

children

Total

13

2

0

0

0

2

14

2

0

0

0

2

16

3

0

0

0

3

17

0

1

0

0

1

18

6

3

0

2

11

19

7

3

1

1

12

20

8

1

3

0

12

21

3

7

2

0

12

22

2

5

3

0

10

23

0

6

8

0

14

24

2

5

4

0

11

25

5

1

3

0

9

26

6

8

2

0

16

27

4

1

1

0

6

28

5

3

7

3

18

29

1

5

3

0

9

30

2

6

6

0

14

31

3

6

4

0

13

32

5

11

1

3

20

33

6

6

1

1

14

34

2

5

1

1

9

35

3

4

4

0

11

36

4

6

1

1

12

37

0

15

3

1

19

38

2

3

4

0

9

39

2

3

4

2

11

40

8

8

6

2

24

41

3

2

2

1

8

42

9

3

2

0

14

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_18


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    43

5

3

3

1

12

44

4

2

3

1

10

45

3

1

3

1

8

46

9

6

2

1

18

47

5

2

4

2

13

48

5

2

1

0

8

49

8

4

3

0

15

50

8

3

0

5

16

51

9

3

0

2

14

52

11

2

1

1

15

53

6

0

0

2

8

54

2

2

0

2

6

55

7

0

0

0

7

56

4

1

1

1

7

57

7

1

0

3

11

58

4

0

0

1

5

59

2

1

1

0

4

60

1

0

0

0

1

61

4

1

0

0

5

62

2

0

1

0

3

63

1

0

0

0

1

64

1

0

0

0

1

65

1

0

0

0

1

66

1

0

0

0

1

69

2

0

0

0

2

74

1

0

0

0

1

79

1

0

0

0

1

219

161

99

41

520

Total

           

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_19


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

APPENDIX C  County Data Tables    1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Adams County  Arapahoe County  Boulder County  Broomfield City & County  Denver City & County  Douglas County  Arapahoe County 

                                                     

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_20


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

1. ADAMS COUNTY  Number of all homeless

Respondents

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

Adams County

607

1531.00

100.0%

Total

607

1531.00

100.0%

dimension1

Family type – All Homeless Respo

All

% of All

ndents

Homeless

Homeless

Single

157

188.00

12.3%

Single parent with children under 18

272

737.00

48.1%

Couple with children under 18

156

564.00

36.8%

22

42.00

2.7%

607

1531.00

100.0%

Family type

Couple without children Total

Households with and without children – All Homeless Households with and without children

Respond

All

% of All

ents

Homeless

Homeless

household WITHOUT children

176

226.00

14.8%

household WITH children

431

1305.00

85.2%

Total

607

1531.00

100.0%

Respondents' age in categories Cumulative Frequency Valid

Teen (13-17)

Valid Percent

Percent

2

.3

.5

.5

97

16.0

22.5

22.9

330

54.4

76.4

99.3

3

.5

.7

100.0

Total

432

71.2

100.0

System

175

28.8

607

100.0

Young Adult (18-25) Adult (26-64) Senior (65 and over)

Missing

Percent

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_21


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Gender of respondent Cumulative Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Percent

male

241

39.7

40.1

40.1

female

358

59.0

59.6

99.7

2

.3

.3

100.0

601

99.0

100.0

6

1.0

607

100.0

transgender Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Served in US Armed Forces Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

25

4.1

5.9

5.9

No

402

66.2

94.1

100.0

Total

427

70.3

100.0

System

180

29.7

607

100.0

Total

Race/ethnicity Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Asian, Pacific Islander

13

2.1

2.2

2.2

Black, African American

73

12.0

12.1

14.2

262

43.2

43.4

57.6

22

3.6

3.6

61.3

185

30.5

30.6

91.9

46

7.6

7.6

99.5

Other

3

.5

.5

100.0

Total

604

99.5

100.0

3

.5

607

100.0

Hispanic, Latino(a), Spanish Native American, Alaska Native White Mixed race

Missing

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_22


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Ever been in foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

41

6.8

9.7

9.7

No

355

58.5

84.3

94.1

25

4.1

5.9

100.0

Total

421

69.4

100.0

System

186

30.6

607

100.0

Don’t know

Missing

Percent

Total

Total # of times homeless in last 3 years Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Never, not homeless

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

62

10.2

15.5

15.5

One

151

24.9

37.8

53.4

Two

80

13.2

20.1

73.4

Three

48

7.9

12.0

85.5

Four

14

2.3

3.5

89.0

Five or more

44

7.2

11.0

100.0

Total

399

65.7

100.0

System

208

34.3

607

100.0

Total

How long homeless this time

Frequency Valid

Cumulative

Percent

Percent

I am not homeless

91

15.0

22.2

22.2

Less than 1 month

45

7.4

11.0

33.3

174

28.7

42.5

75.8

1 to 3 years

53

8.7

13.0

88.8

More than 3 years

36

5.9

8.8

97.6

Don’t know

10

1.6

2.4

100.0

Total

409

67.4

100.0

System

198

32.6

607

100.0

More than 1 month but less than 1 year

Missing

Percent

Valid

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_23


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Does any adult in hh have serious mental illness Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

529

87.1

87.3

87.3

Yes

77

12.7

12.7

100.0

Total

606

99.8

100.0

1

.2

607

100.0

System

Total

Does any adult in hh have serious medical or physical condition Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

527

86.8

87.0

87.0

Yes

79

13.0

13.0

100.0

Total

606

99.8

100.0

1

.2

607

100.0

System

Total

Does any adult in hh have alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

555

91.4

91.6

91.6

Yes

51

8.4

8.4

100.0

Total

606

99.8

100.0

1

.2

607

100.0

System

Total

Does any adult in hh have developmental disability Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

595

98.0

98.2

98.2

Yes

11

1.8

1.8

100.0

Total

606

99.8

100.0

1

.2

607

100.0

System

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_24


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Does any adult in hh have HIV/AIDS Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

Missing

Percent

99.5

99.7

99.7

2

.3

.3

100.0

606

99.8

100.0

1

.2

607

100.0

System

Total

Valid Percent

604

Yes Total

Percent

Does any adult in hh have other risk factor Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

596

98.2

98.3

98.3

Yes

10

1.6

1.7

100.0

Total

606

99.8

100.0

1

.2

607

100.0

System

Total

Where hh spent Monday night – All Homeless Where did hh spend Monday night, Jan 24 2011 Respondents

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

Emergency shelter

29

78.00

5.1%

On the street, under a bridge, abandoned bldg, car, etc

14

17.00

1.1%

Hotel, motel paid for by self

22

52.00

3.4%

Hotel, motel paid for by others,vouchers

28

56.00

3.7%

344

908.00

59.9%

Permanent supportive housing

8

20.00

1.3%

Hospital

5

10.00

.7%

Halfway house

4

5.00

.3%

14

17.00

1.1%

2

2.00

.1%

68

192.00

12.7%

Section 8 housing

3

10.00

.7%

Own apt or house

60

147.00

9.7%

Somewhere else

1

3.00

.2%

602

1517.00

100.0%

Temporarily with family or friends

Substance abuse treatment program Jail, prison Time-limited transitional housing

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_25


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

City/town spent Monday night – All Homeless City-town spent Monday night

% of All Respondents

All Homeless

Homeless

ARVADA

2

7.00

.5%

AURORA

114

254.00

16.7%

BRIGHTON

167

448.00

29.5%

COMMERCE CITY

115

277.00

18.2%

9

35.00

2.3%

HENDERSON

13

39.00

2.6%

NORTHGLENN

21

53.00

3.5%

THORNTON

83

207.00

13.6%

WESTMINSTER

77

199.00

13.1%

601

1519.00

100.0%

FEDERAL HEIGHTS dimension1

Total

In past month, anyone in hh receive money from working Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

154

25.4

36.4

36.4

No

269

44.3

63.6

100.0

Total

423

69.7

100.0

System

184

30.3

607

100.0

Total

Receiving SSI-SSDI Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

548

90.3

90.3

90.3

Yes

59

9.7

9.7

100.0

Total

607

100.0

100.0

Receiving TANF Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Cumulative Percent

No

520

85.7

85.7

85.7

Yes

87

14.3

14.3

100.0

Total

607

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_26


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Receiving Food Stamps Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

362

59.6

59.6

59.6

Yes

245

40.4

40.4

100.0

Total

607

100.0

100.0

Receiving VA Pension-Benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

603

99.3

99.3

99.3

4

.7

.7

100.0

607

100.0

100.0

Receiving Medicaid-Medicare Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

445

73.3

73.3

73.3

Yes

162

26.7

26.7

100.0

Total

607

100.0

100.0

Receiving Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND) Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

599

98.7

98.7

98.7

8

1.3

1.3

100.0

607

100.0

100.0

Receiving any other government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

590

97.2

97.2

97.2

Yes

17

2.8

2.8

100.0

Total

607

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_27


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Receiving NO government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

508

83.7

83.7

83.7

Yes

99

16.3

16.3

100.0

Total

607

100.0

100.0

Number of government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

0

294

48.4

48.4

48.4

1

132

21.7

21.7

70.2

2

100

16.5

16.5

86.7

3

74

12.2

12.2

98.8

4

7

1.2

1.2

100.0

607

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving any government benefits Cumulative Frequency

Percent

Valid

Yes

313

51.6

Missing

System

294

48.4

607

100.0

Total

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-have work, wages too low Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

563

92.8

92.8

92.8

Yes

44

7.2

7.2

100.0

Total

607

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_28


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Why homeless-relat or family break-up, death in family Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

521

85.8

85.8

85.8

Yes

86

14.2

14.2

100.0

Total

607

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-abuse or violence in home Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

580

95.6

95.6

95.6

Yes

27

4.4

4.4

100.0

Total

607

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-runaway,throwaway,discharged fr foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

598

98.5

98.5

98.5

9

1.5

1.5

100.0

607

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-sexual orientation Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

606

99.8

99.8

99.8

1

.2

.2

100.0

607

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-discharged from jail, prison, halfway house Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

563

92.8

92.8

92.8

Yes

44

7.2

7.2

100.0

Total

607

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_29


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Why homeless-medical problems incl physical or dev dis Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

563

92.8

92.8

92.8

yes

44

7.2

7.2

100.0

607

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-eviction,foreclosure Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

546

90.0

90.0

90.0

yes

61

10.0

10.0

100.0

607

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-housing costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

514

84.7

84.7

84.7

yes

93

15.3

15.3

100.0

607

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-utility costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

562

92.6

92.6

92.6

yes

45

7.4

7.4

100.0

607

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

577

95.1

95.1

95.1

yes

30

4.9

4.9

100.0

607

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_30


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Why homeless-mental illness,emotional problems Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

570

93.9

93.9

93.9

yes

37

6.1

6.1

100.0

607

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-other reason Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

588

96.9

96.9

96.9

yes

19

3.1

3.1

100.0

607

100.0

100.0

Total

Newly homeless – All Homeless Newly homeless Respondents

dimension1

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

no

512

1278.00

83.5%

yes

95

253.00

16.5%

607

1531.00

100.0%

Total

Unsheltered – All Homeless Unsheltered Respondents

dimension1

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

no

593

1514.00

98.9%

yes

14

17.00

1.1%

607

1531.00

100.0%

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_31


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Chronically homeless by Family type - Respondents Chronically homeless no Family type

yes

Total

Single

154

3

157

Single parent with children under 18

270

2

272

Couple with children under 18

155

1

156

21

1

22

600

7

607

Couple without children Total

Chronically Homeless by Family type – All Homeless Family type Respondents

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

Single

3

3.00

21.4%

Single parent with children under 18

2

4.00

28.6%

Couple with children under 18

1

6.00

42.9%

Couple without children

1

1.00

7.1%

Total

7

14.00

100.0%

                                 

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_32


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

2. ARAPAHOE COUNTY  Number of all homeless All Respondents

Homeless

% of Total Sum

Arapahoe County

423

866.00

100.0%

Total

423

866.00

100.0%

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

dimension1

Family type – All Homeless Family type Respondents Single

197

246.00

28.4%

Single parent with children under 18

135

346.00

40.0%

Couple with children under 18

52

200.00

23.1%

Couple without children

39

74.00

8.5%

423

866.00

100.0%

Total

Households with and without children – All Homeless Households with and without children Respondents

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

household WITHOUT children

232

312.00

36.0%

household WITH children

191

554.00

64.0%

Total

423

866.00

100.0%

Respondents' age in categories Cumulative Frequency Valid

Teen (13-17) Young Adult (18-25) Adult (26-64) Senior (65 and over) Total

Missing

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

5

1.2

1.2

1.2

91

21.5

22.4

23.6

303

71.6

74.6

98.3

7

1.7

1.7

100.0

406

96.0

100.0

17

4.0

423

100.0

Appendix_33


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Gender of respondent Cumulative Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Percent

male

180

42.6

43.4

43.4

female

234

55.3

56.4

99.8

1

.2

.2

100.0

415

98.1

100.0

8

1.9

423

100.0

transgender Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Served in US Armed Forces Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

37

8.7

9.0

9.0

No

372

87.9

91.0

100.0

Total

409

96.7

100.0

14

3.3

423

100.0

System

Total

Race/ethnicity Cumulative Frequency Valid

Asian, Pacific Islander

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

6

1.4

1.4

1.4

128

30.3

30.7

32.1

52

12.3

12.5

44.6

6

1.4

1.4

46.0

183

43.3

43.9

89.9

39

9.2

9.4

99.3

Other

3

.7

.7

100.0

Total

417

98.6

100.0

6

1.4

423

100.0

Black, African American Hispanic, Latino(a), Spanish Native American, Alaska Native White Mixed race

Missing

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_34


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Ever been in foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

50

11.8

12.3

12.3

No

341

80.6

83.8

96.1

16

3.8

3.9

100.0

407

96.2

100.0

16

3.8

423

100.0

Don’t know Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Total # of times homeless in last 3 years Cumulative Frequency Valid

Never, not homeless

Valid Percent

Percent

37

8.7

8.9

8.9

One

142

33.6

34.3

43.2

Two

108

25.5

26.1

69.3

Three

58

13.7

14.0

83.3

Four

22

5.2

5.3

88.6

Five or more

47

11.1

11.4

100.0

414

97.9

100.0

9

2.1

423

100.0

Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_35


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

How long homeless this time Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

I am not homeless

42

9.9

10.2

10.2

Less than 1 month

50

11.8

12.1

22.3

204

48.2

49.4

71.7

1 to 3 years

76

18.0

18.4

90.1

More than 3 years

37

8.7

9.0

99.0

4

.9

1.0

100.0

413

97.6

100.0

10

2.4

423

100.0

More than 1 month but less than 1 year

Don't know Total Missing

System

Total

Does any adult in hh have serious mental illness Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

317

74.9

74.9

74.9

yes

106

25.1

25.1

100.0

Total

423

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have serious medical or physical condition Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

325

76.8

76.8

76.8

yes

98

23.2

23.2

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Total

Does any adult in hh have alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

354

83.7

83.7

83.7

yes

69

16.3

16.3

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_36


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Does any adult in hh have developmental disability Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

410

96.9

96.9

96.9

yes

13

3.1

3.1

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Total

Does any adult in hh have HIV-AIDS Cumulative Frequency Valid

no yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

419

99.1

99.1

99.1

4

.9

.9

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have other risk factor Cumulative Frequency Valid

no yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

419

99.1

99.1

99.1

4

.9

.9

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Where hh spent Monday night – All Homeless Where did hh spend Monday night, Jan 24 2011 Respondents

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

Emergency shelter

12

31.00

3.6%

Domestic violence shelter

14

21.00

2.5%

On the street, under a bridge, abandoned bldg, car, etc

20

29.00

3.4%

Hotel, motel paid for by self

56

118.00

13.9%

Hotel, motel paid for by others,vouchers

26

42.00

4.9%

1

1.00

.1%

141

301.00

35.4%

Permanent supportive housing

1

1.00

.1%

Hospital

5

6.00

.7%

Halfway house

4

6.00

.7%

Substance abuse treatment program

8

18.00

2.1%

Jail, prison

2

2.00

.2%

Youth shelter Temporarily with family or friends

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_37


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Time-limited transitional housing

99

215.00

25.3%

Own apt or house

25

60.00

7.1%

414

851.00

100.0%

Total

City/town where spent Monday night – All Homeless City-town spent Monday night Respondents AURORA

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

248

500.00

58.1%

BYERS

1

2.00

.2%

CENTENNIAL

9

11.00

1.3%

ENGLEWOOD

85

202.00

23.5%

GLENDALE

2

5.00

.6%

GREENWOOD VILLAGE

3

9.00

1.0%

LITTLETON

66

123.00

14.3%

SHERIDAN

5

6.00

.7%

WATKINS

1

3.00

.3%

420

861.00

100.0%

Total

In past month, anyone in hh receive money from working Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

120

28.4

29.0

29.0

No

294

69.5

71.0

100.0

Total

414

97.9

100.0

9

2.1

423

100.0

System

Total

Receiving SSI-SSDI Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

342

80.9

80.9

80.9

Yes

81

19.1

19.1

100.0

Total

423

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_38


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Receiving TANF Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

384

90.8

90.8

90.8

Yes

39

9.2

9.2

100.0

Total

423

100.0

100.0

Receiving Food Stamps Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

214

50.6

50.6

50.6

yes

209

49.4

49.4

100.0

Total

423

100.0

100.0

Receiving VA Pension-Benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

no yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

418

98.8

98.8

98.8

5

1.2

1.2

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Receiving Medicaid-Medicare Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

324

76.6

76.6

76.6

yes

99

23.4

23.4

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_39


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Receiving Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND) Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

406

96.0

96.0

96.0

yes

17

4.0

4.0

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving any other government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

408

96.5

96.5

96.5

yes

15

3.5

3.5

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving NO government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

324

76.6

76.6

76.6

yes

99

23.4

23.4

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Total

Number of government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

0

134

31.7

31.7

31.7

1

157

37.1

37.1

68.8

2

93

22.0

22.0

90.8

3

34

8.0

8.0

98.8

4

5

1.2

1.2

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_40


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Receiving any government benefits Cumulative Frequency

Percent

Valid

yes

289

68.3

Missing

System

134

31.7

423

100.0

Total

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-lost job, can't find work Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

261

61.7

61.7

61.7

yes

162

38.3

38.3

100.0

Total

423

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-have work, wages too low Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

393

92.9

92.9

92.9

yes

30

7.1

7.1

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-relat or family break-up, death in family Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

343

81.1

81.1

81.1

yes

80

18.9

18.9

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-abuse or violence in home Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

379

89.6

89.6

89.6

yes

44

10.4

10.4

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_41


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Why homeless-runaway,throwaway,discharged fr foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

no yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

415

98.1

98.1

98.1

8

1.9

1.9

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-sexual orientation Cumulative Frequency Valid

no yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

420

99.3

99.3

99.3

3

.7

.7

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-discharged from jail, prison, halfway house Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

380

89.8

89.8

89.8

yes

43

10.2

10.2

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-medical problems incl physical or dev dis Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

380

89.8

89.8

89.8

yes

43

10.2

10.2

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-eviction,foreclosure Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

369

87.2

87.2

87.2

yes

54

12.8

12.8

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_42


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Why homeless-housing costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

344

81.3

81.3

81.3

yes

79

18.7

18.7

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-utility costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

397

93.9

93.9

93.9

yes

26

6.1

6.1

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

394

93.1

93.1

93.1

yes

29

6.9

6.9

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-mental illness,emotional problems Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

363

85.8

85.8

85.8

yes

60

14.2

14.2

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-other reason Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

393

92.9

92.9

92.9

yes

30

7.1

7.1

100.0

423

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_43


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Newly homeless – All Homeless Newly homeless Respondents

dimension1

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

no

324

620.00

71.6%

yes

99

246.00

28.4%

423

866.00

100.0%

Total

Unsheltered – All Homeless Unsheltered

dimension1

All

% of All

Respondents

Homeless

Homeless

no

403

837.00

96.7%

yes

20

29.00

3.3%

423

866.00

100.0%

Total

Chronically homeless by family type - Respondents Chronically homeless no Family type

yes

Total

Single

191

6

197

Single parent with children under 18

133

2

135

Couple with children under 18

52

0

52

Couple without children

39

0

39

415

8

423

Total

Chronically homeless by family type – All Homeless Family type Respondents

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

Single

6

6.00

75.0%

Single parent with children under 18

2

2.00

25.0%

Total

8

8.00

100.0%

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_44


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

3. BOULDER COUNTY  Number of all homeless All Respondents

Homeless

% of Total Sum

Boulder County

943

1779.00

100.0%

Total

943

1779.00

100.0%

dimension1

Family type – All Homeless Family type

All

% of All

Respondents

Homeless

Homeless

Single

542

585.00

32.9%

Single parent with children under 18

177

440.00

24.7%

Couple with children under 18

169

647.00

36.4%

55

107.00

6.0%

943

1779.00

100.0%

Couple without children Total

Households with and without children – All Homeless Households with and without children Respondents

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

household WITHOUT children

560

653.00

36.7%

household WITH children

383

1126.00

63.3%

Total

943

1779.00

100.0%

Respondents' age in categories Cumulative Frequency Valid

Teen (13-17)

Valid Percent

Percent

52

5.5

5.7

5.7

Young Adult (18-25)

164

17.4

17.8

23.5

Adult (26-64)

681

72.2

74.0

97.5

23

2.4

2.5

100.0

920

97.6

100.0

23

2.4

943

100.0

Senior (65 and over) Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_45


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Gender of respondent Cumulative Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Percent

male

504

53.4

53.8

53.8

female

432

45.8

46.1

99.9

1

.1

.1

100.0

937

99.4

100.0

6

.6

943

100.0

transgender Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Served in US Armed Forces Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

83

8.8

9.3

9.3

No

812

86.1

90.7

100.0

Total

895

94.9

100.0

48

5.1

943

100.0

System

Total

Race/ethnicity Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Asian, Pacific Islander

12

1.3

1.3

1.3

Black, African American

51

5.4

5.5

6.7

276

29.3

29.6

36.3

22

2.3

2.4

38.7

501

53.1

53.6

92.3

70

7.4

7.5

99.8

Other

2

.2

.2

100.0

Total

934

99.0

100.0

9

1.0

943

100.0

Hispanic, Latino(a), Spanish Native American, Alaska Native White Mixed race

Missing

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_46


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Ever been in foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

115

12.2

12.3

12.3

No

797

84.5

85.3

97.6

22

2.3

2.4

100.0

934

99.0

100.0

9

1.0

943

100.0

Don't know Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Total # of times homeless in last 3 years Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Never, not homeless

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

58

6.2

6.4

6.4

One

337

35.7

37.4

43.8

Two

212

22.5

23.5

67.4

Three

127

13.5

14.1

81.5

Four

36

3.8

4.0

85.5

Five or more

131

13.9

14.5

100.0

Total

901

95.5

100.0

42

4.5

943

100.0

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_47


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

How long homeless this time Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

I am not homeless

79

8.4

8.7

8.7

Less than 1 month

99

10.5

10.9

19.5

400

42.4

43.9

63.4

1 to 3 years

199

21.1

21.8

85.3

More than 3 years

118

12.5

13.0

98.2

16

1.7

1.8

100.0

911

96.6

100.0

32

3.4

943

100.0

More than 1 month but less than 1 year

Don't know Total Missing

System

Total

Does any adult in hh have serious mental illness Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

749

79.4

79.4

79.4

yes

194

20.6

20.6

100.0

Total

943

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have serious medical or physical condition Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

778

82.5

82.5

82.5

yes

165

17.5

17.5

100.0

Total

943

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

774

82.1

82.1

82.1

yes

169

17.9

17.9

100.0

Total

943

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_48


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Does any adult in hh have developmental disability Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

902

95.7

95.7

95.7

yes

41

4.3

4.3

100.0

943

100.0

100.0

Total

Does any adult in hh have HIV-AIDS Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

921

97.7

97.7

97.7

yes

22

2.3

2.3

100.0

943

100.0

100.0

Total

Does any adult in hh have other risk factor Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

921

97.7

97.7

97.7

yes

22

2.3

2.3

100.0

943

100.0

100.0

Total

Where hh spent Monday night – All Homeless Where did hh spend Monday night, Jan 24 2011 Emergency shelter

Respondents

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

289

396.00

22.6%

Domestic violence shelter

20

47.00

2.7%

On the street, under a bridge, abandoned bldg, car, etc

86

107.00

6.1%

Hotel, motel paid for by self

25

48.00

2.7%

Hotel, motel paid for by others,vouchers

15

40.00

2.3%

1

1.00

.1%

294

711.00

40.6%

Permanent supportive housing

6

11.00

.6%

Hospital

5

5.00

.3%

Halfway house

8

10.00

.6%

Substance abuse treatment program

2

2.00

.1%

Jail, prison

7

7.00

.4%

Youth shelter Temporarily with family or friends

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_49


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Time-limited transitional housing

118

241.00

13.8%

Section 8 housing

11

22.00

1.3%

Own apt or house

43

89.00

5.1%

Somewhere else

4

13.00

.7%

934

1750.00

100.0%

Total

City/town where spent Monday night – All Homeless City-town spent Monday night

All

% of All

Respondents

Homeless

Homeless

517

914.00

51.6%

ERIE

5

18.00

1.0%

GUNBARREL

1

2.00

.1%

JAMESTOWN

2

2.00

.1%

LAFAYETTE

54

160.00

9.0%

LONGMONT

342

636.00

35.9%

LOUISVILLE

10

28.00

1.6%

LYONS

1

1.00

.1%

NEDERLAND

1

1.00

.1%

NIWOT

1

1.00

.1%

SUPERIOR

4

10.00

.6%

938

1773.00

100.0%

BOULDER

dimension1

Total

In past month, anyone in hh receive money from working Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

417

44.2

45.0

45.0

No

509

54.0

55.0

100.0

Total

926

98.2

100.0

17

1.8

943

100.0

System

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_50


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Receiving SSI-SSDI Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

809

85.8

85.9

85.9

yes

133

14.1

14.1

100.0

Total

942

99.9

100.0

1

.1

943

100.0

System

Total

Receiving TANF Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

896

95.0

95.0

95.0

yes

47

5.0

5.0

100.0

943

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving Food Stamps Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

563

59.7

59.7

59.7

yes

380

40.3

40.3

100.0

Total

943

100.0

100.0

Receiving VA Pension-Benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

928

98.4

98.4

98.4

yes

15

1.6

1.6

100.0

943

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_51


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Receiving Medicaid-Medicare Cumulative Frequency Alid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

744

78.9

78.9

78.9

Yes

199

21.1

21.1

100.0

Total

943

100.0

100.0

Receiving Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND) Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

867

91.9

91.9

91.9

Yes

76

8.1

8.1

100.0

Total

943

100.0

100.0

Receiving any other government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

889

94.3

94.3

94.3

Yes

54

5.7

5.7

100.0

Total

943

100.0

100.0

Receiving NO government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

605

64.2

64.2

64.2

Yes

338

35.8

35.8

100.0

Total

943

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_52


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Number of government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

0

386

40.9

40.9

40.9

1

301

31.9

31.9

72.9

2

178

18.9

18.9

91.7

3

68

7.2

7.2

98.9

4

9

1.0

1.0

99.9

7

1

.1

.1

100.0

943

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving any government benefits Cumulative Frequency

Percent

Valid

Yes

557

59.1

Missing

System

386

40.9

943

100.0

Total

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-lost job, can't find work Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

597

63.3

63.3

63.3

yes

346

36.7

36.7

100.0

Total

943

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-have work, wages too low Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

780

82.7

82.7

82.7

yes

163

17.3

17.3

100.0

Total

943

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_53


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Why homeless-relat or family break-up, death in family Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

773

82.0

82.0

82.0

yes

170

18.0

18.0

100.0

Total

943

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-abuse or violence in home Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

840

89.1

89.1

89.1

yes

103

10.9

10.9

100.0

Total

943

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-runaway,throwaway,discharged fr foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

904

95.9

95.9

95.9

yes

39

4.1

4.1

100.0

943

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-sexual orientation Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

925

98.1

98.1

98.1

yes

18

1.9

1.9

100.0

943

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-discharged from jail, prison, halfway house Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

877

93.0

93.0

93.0

yes

66

7.0

7.0

100.0

943

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_54


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Why homeless-medical problems incl physical or dev dis Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

843

89.4

89.4

89.4

yes

100

10.6

10.6

100.0

Total

943

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-eviction,foreclosure Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

822

87.2

87.2

87.2

yes

121

12.8

12.8

100.0

Total

943

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-housing costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

685

72.6

72.6

72.6

yes

258

27.4

27.4

100.0

Total

943

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-utility costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

832

88.2

88.2

88.2

yes

111

11.8

11.8

100.0

Total

943

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

845

89.6

89.6

89.6

yes

98

10.4

10.4

100.0

943

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_55


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Why homeless-mental illness,emotional problems Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

820

87.0

87.0

87.0

yes

123

13.0

13.0

100.0

Total

943

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-other reason Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

868

92.0

92.1

92.1

Yes

74

7.8

7.9

100.0

Total

942

99.9

100.0

1

.1

943

100.0

System

Total

Newly Homeless – All Homeless Newly homeless Respondents

dimension1

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

No

742

1385.00

77.9%

Yes

201

394.00

22.1%

Total

943

1779.00

100.0%

Unsheltered – All Homeless Unsheltered Respondents

dimension1

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

no

857

1672.00

94.0%

yes

86

107.00

6.0%

943

1779.00

100.0%

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_56


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Chronically homeless by family type - Respondents Chronically homeless Chronic YOUTH no Family type

yes

(less than 18)

Total

Single

440

96

6

542

Single parent with children under 18

167

10

0

177

Couple with children under 18

165

4

0

169

41

14

0

55

813

124

6

943

Couple without children Total

Chronically homeless by family type – All Homeless Family type Respondents

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

Single

96

102.00

68.5%

Single parent with children under 18

10

10.00

6.7%

4

9.00

6.0%

14

28.00

18.8%

124

149.00

100.0%

Couple with children under 18 Couple without children Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_57


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

4. BROOMFIELD CITY & COUNTY  Number of All Homeless All Respondents

Homeless

% of Total Sum

Broomfield City & County

115

241.00

100.0%

Total

115

241.00

100.0%

dimension1

Family type – All Homeless Family type Respondents

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

Single

52

52.00

21.6%

Single parent with children under 18

43

121.00

50.2%

Couple with children under 18

16

61.00

25.3%

4

7.00

2.9%

115

241.00

100.0%

Couple without children Total

Households with and without children – All Homeless Households with and without children

All

% of All

Respondents

Homeless

Homeless

household WITHOUT children

56

59.00

24.5%

household WITH children

59

182.00

75.5%

115

241.00

100.0%

Total

Respondents' age in categories Cumulative Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Percent

Young Adult (18-25)

35

30.4

31.0

31.0

Adult (26-64)

75

65.2

66.4

97.3

3

2.6

2.7

100.0

113

98.3

100.0

2

1.7

115

100.0

Senior (65 and over) Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_58


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Gender of respondent Cumulative Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Percent

male

51

44.3

44.7

44.7

female

63

54.8

55.3

100.0

114

99.1

100.0

1

.9

115

100.0

Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Served in US Armed Forces Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Yes

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

3

2.6

2.9

2.9

No

102

88.7

97.1

100.0

Total

105

91.3

100.0

10

8.7

115

100.0

System

Total

Race/ethnicity Cumulative Frequency Valid

Black, African American

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

7

6.1

6.1

6.1

12

10.4

10.4

16.5

1

.9

.9

17.4

88

76.5

76.5

93.9

Mixed race

3

2.6

2.6

96.5

Other

4

3.5

3.5

100.0

Total

115

100.0

100.0

Hispanic, Latino(a), Spanish Native American, Alaska Native White

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_59


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Ever been in foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

Yes No Don't know Total

Missing

System

Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

1

.9

.9

.9

110

95.7

97.3

98.2

2

1.7

1.8

100.0

113

98.3

100.0

2

1.7

115

100.0

Total # of times homeless in last 3 years Cumulative Frequency Valid

Never, not homeless

Valid Percent

Percent

2

1.7

1.8

1.8

One

92

80.0

81.4

83.2

Two

10

8.7

8.8

92.0

Three

5

4.3

4.4

96.5

Four

1

.9

.9

97.3

Five or more

3

2.6

2.7

100.0

113

98.3

100.0

2

1.7

115

100.0

Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

How long homeless this time Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

I am not homeless

2

1.7

1.8

1.8

Less than 1 month

11

9.6

9.7

11.5

More than 1 month but less

75

65.2

66.4

77.9

22

19.1

19.5

97.3

3

2.6

2.7

100.0

113

98.3

100.0

2

1.7

115

100.0

than 1 year 1 to 3 years More than 3 years Total Missing

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_60


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Does any adult in hh have serious mental illness Cumulative Frequency Valid

no yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

113

98.3

98.3

98.3

2

1.7

1.7

100.0

115

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have serious medical or physical condition Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

105

91.3

91.3

91.3

yes

10

8.7

8.7

100.0

115

100.0

100.0

Total

Does any adult in hh have alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

no yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

114

99.1

99.1

99.1

1

.9

.9

100.0

115

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have developmental disability Cumulative Frequency Valid

no yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

114

99.1

99.1

99.1

1

.9

.9

100.0

115

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have HIV-AIDS Cumulative Frequency Valid

no

115

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent 100.0

Percent 100.0

Appendix_61


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Does any adult in hh have other risk factor Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

Percent

115

Valid Percent

100.0

Percent

100.0

100.0

Where hh spent Monday night – All Homeless Where did hh spend Monday night, Jan 24 2011 Respondents

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

Emergency shelter

2

8.00

3.3%

Domestic violence shelter

1

1.00

.4%

On the street, under a bridge, abandoned bldg, car, etc

11

16.00

6.6%

Temporarily with family or friends

87

189.00

78.4%

Time-limited transitional housing

11

24.00

10.0%

Section 8 housing

1

1.00

.4%

Own apt or house

2

2.00

.8%

115

241.00

100.0%

Total

City/town spent Monday night – All Homeless City-town spent Monday night

Respondents

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

BROOMFIELD

115

241.00

100.0%

Total

115

241.00

100.0%

dimension1

In past month, anyone in hh receive money from working Cumulative Frequency Valid

Total

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

26

22.6

23.4

23.4

No

85

73.9

76.6

100.0

111

96.5

100.0

4

3.5

115

100.0

Total Missing

Percent

System

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_62


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Receiving SSI-SSDI Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

97

84.3

84.3

84.3

Yes

18

15.7

15.7

100.0

Total

115

100.0

100.0

Receiving TANF Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

110

95.7

95.7

95.7

5

4.3

4.3

100.0

115

100.0

100.0

Receiving Food Stamps Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

80

69.6

69.6

69.6

Yes

35

30.4

30.4

100.0

Total

115

100.0

100.0

Receiving VA Pension-Benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

114

99.1

99.1

99.1

1

.9

.9

100.0

115

100.0

100.0

Receiving Medicaid-Medicare Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

99

86.1

86.1

86.1

Yes

16

13.9

13.9

100.0

Total

115

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_63


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Receiving Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND) Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

113

98.3

98.3

98.3

2

1.7

1.7

100.0

115

100.0

100.0

Receiving any other government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

100

87.0

87.0

87.0

Yes

15

13.0

13.0

100.0

Total

115

100.0

100.0

Receiving NO government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

57

49.6

49.6

49.6

Yes

58

50.4

50.4

100.0

Total

115

100.0

100.0

Number of government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

0

60

52.2

52.2

52.2

1

30

26.1

26.1

78.3

2

13

11.3

11.3

89.6

3

12

10.4

10.4

100.0

115

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_64


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Receiving any government benefits Cumulative Frequency

Percent

Valid

Yes

55

47.8

Missing

System

60

52.2

115

100.0

Total

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-lost job, can't find work Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

40

34.8

34.8

34.8

Yes

75

65.2

65.2

100.0

Total

115

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-have work, wages too low Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

97

84.3

84.3

84.3

Yes

18

15.7

15.7

100.0

Total

115

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-relat or family break-up, death in family Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

98

85.2

85.2

85.2

Yes

17

14.8

14.8

100.0

Total

115

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-abuse or violence in home Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

109

94.8

94.8

94.8

6

5.2

5.2

100.0

115

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_65


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Why homeless-runaway,throwaway,discharged fr foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

114

99.1

99.1

99.1

1

.9

.9

100.0

115

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-sexual orientation Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

115

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-discharged from jail, prison, halfway house Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

112

97.4

97.4

97.4

3

2.6

2.6

100.0

115

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-medical problems incl physical or dev dis Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

106

92.2

92.2

92.2

9

7.8

7.8

100.0

115

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-eviction,foreclosure Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

112

97.4

97.4

97.4

3

2.6

2.6

100.0

115

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_66


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Why homeless-housing costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

95

82.6

82.6

82.6

Yes

20

17.4

17.4

100.0

Total

115

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-utility costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

103

89.6

89.6

89.6

Yes

12

10.4

10.4

100.0

Total

115

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

Percent

115

Valid Percent

100.0

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-mental illness,emotional problems Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

113

98.3

98.3

98.3

2

1.7

1.7

100.0

115

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-other reason Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

97

84.3

85.1

85.1

Yes

17

14.8

14.9

100.0

Total

114

99.1

100.0

1

.9

115

100.0

System

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_67


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Newly homeless – All Homeless Newly homeless Respondents

dimension1

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

No

39

89.00

36.9%

Yes

76

152.00

63.1%

Total

115

241.00

100.0%

Unsheltered – All Homeless Unsheltered Respondents

dimension1

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

no

104

225.00

93.4%

yes

11

16.00

6.6%

115

241.00

100.0%

Total

Chronically homeless by family type – All Homeless Chronically homeless no Family type

Total

Single

52

52

Single parent with children under 18

43

43

Couple with children under 18

16

16

4

4

115

115

Couple without children Total

(NO CHRONICALLY HOMELESS)                       

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_68


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

5. DENVER CITY & COUNTY 

Number of all homeless

Respondents

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

Denver City & County

2638

4166.00

100.0%

Total

2638

4166.00

100.0%

dimension1

Family type – All Homeless Family type

All

% of All

Respondents

Homeless

Homeless

1718

1829.00

43.9%

Single parent with children under 18

587

1469.00

35.3%

Couple with children under 18

205

630.00

15.1%

Couple without children

128

238.00

5.7%

2638

4166.00

100.0%

Single

Total

Households with and without children – All Homeless Households with and without children Respondents household WITHOUT children household WITH children Total

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

1834

2052.00

49.3%

804

2114.00

50.7%

2638

4166.00

100.0%

Respondents' age in categories Cumulative Frequency Valid

Teen (13-17) Young Adult (18-25) Adult (26-64) Senior (65 and over) Total

Missing

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

18

.7

.7

.7

370

14.0

14.5

15.2

2119

80.3

83.0

98.2

46

1.7

1.8

100.0

2553

96.8

100.0

85

3.2

2638

100.0

Appendix_69


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Gender of respondent Cumulative Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Percent

Male

1601

60.7

61.2

61.2

female

1005

38.1

38.4

99.7

9

.3

.3

100.0

2615

99.1

100.0

23

.9

2638

100.0

transgender Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Served in US Armed Forces Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

378

14.3

14.7

14.7

No

2199

83.4

85.3

100.0

Total

2577

97.7

100.0

61

2.3

2638

100.0

System

Total

Race/ethnicity Cumulative Frequency Valid

Asian, Pacific Islander

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

19

.7

.7

.7

Black, African American

714

27.1

27.3

28.1

Hispanic, Latino(a), Spanish

499

18.9

19.1

47.2

Native American, Alaska

109

4.1

4.2

51.4

1087

41.2

41.6

93.0

170

6.4

6.5

99.5

Other

13

.5

.5

100.0

Total

2611

99.0

100.0

27

1.0

2638

100.0

Native White Mixed race

Missing

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_70


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Ever been in foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

325

12.3

12.4

12.4

No

2247

85.2

86.0

98.5

40

1.5

1.5

100.0

2612

99.0

100.0

26

1.0

2638

100.0

Don't know Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Total # of times homeless in last 3 years Cumulative Frequency Valid

Never, not homeless

Valid Percent

Percent

179

6.8

7.0

7.0

One

1005

38.1

39.3

46.3

Two

550

20.8

21.5

67.7

Three

340

12.9

13.3

81.0

Four

145

5.5

5.7

86.7

Five or more

341

12.9

13.3

100.0

2560

97.0

100.0

78

3.0

2638

100.0

Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

How long homeless this time Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

I am not homeless

271

10.3

10.6

10.6

Less than 1 month

276

10.5

10.8

21.4

1014

38.4

39.7

61.1

1 to 3 years

673

25.5

26.3

87.4

More than 3 years

269

10.2

10.5

98.0

52

2.0

2.0

100.0

2555

96.9

100.0

83

3.1

2638

100.0

More than 1 month but less than 1 year

Don't know Total Missing

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_71


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Does any adult in hh have serious mental illness Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

2125

80.6

80.6

80.6

Yes

512

19.4

19.4

100.0

Total

2637

100.0

100.0

1

.0

2638

100.0

System

Total

Does any adult in hh have serious medical or physical condition Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

2081

78.9

78.9

78.9

Yes

556

21.1

21.1

100.0

Total

2637

100.0

100.0

1

.0

2638

100.0

System

Total

Does any adult in hh have alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

2065

78.3

78.3

78.3

Yes

572

21.7

21.7

100.0

Total

2637

100.0

100.0

1

.0

2638

100.0

System

Total

Does any adult in hh have developmental disability Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Missing Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

2549

96.6

96.7

96.7

88

3.3

3.3

100.0

2637

100.0

100.0

1

.0

2638

100.0

System

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_72


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Does any adult in hh have HIV-AIDS Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Missing

Valid Percent

Percent

2615

99.1

99.2

99.2

22

.8

.8

100.0

2637

100.0

100.0

1

.0

2638

100.0

System

Total

Percent

Does any adult in hh have other risk factor Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Missing Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

2576

97.6

97.7

97.7

61

2.3

2.3

100.0

2637

100.0

100.0

1

.0

2638

100.0

System

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_73


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Where hh spent Monday night – All Homeless Where did hh spend Monday night, Jan 24 2011 Respondent Emergency shelter

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

863

1123.00

27.7%

44

86.00

2.1%

216

259.00

6.4%

Hotel, motel paid for by self

46

73.00

1.8%

Hotel, motel paid for by others,vouchers

59

119.00

2.9%

Youth shelter

32

35.00

.9%

342

638.00

15.7%

Permanent supportive housing

52

79.00

1.9%

Hospital

30

36.00

.9%

Halfway house

25

35.00

.9%

Substance abuse treatment program

88

88.00

2.2%

5

5.00

.1%

595

1137.00

28.0%

Section 8 housing

22

48.00

1.2%

Own apt or house

158

287.00

7.1%

8

10.00

.2%

2585

4058.00

100.0%

Domestic violence shelter On the street, under a bridge, abandoned bldg, car, etc

Temporarily with family or friends

Jail, prison Time-limited transitional housing

Somewhere else Total

City/town spent Monday night – All Homeless City-town spent Monday night Respondent

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

DENVER CITY & COUNTY

2638

4166.00

100.0%

Total

2638

4166.00

100.0%

dimension1

In past month, anyone in hh receive money from working Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

602

22.8

23.1

23.1

No

2003

75.9

76.9

100.0

Total

2605

98.7

100.0

33

1.3

2638

100.0

System

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_74


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Receiving SSI-SSDI Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

2285

86.6

86.7

86.7

Yes

352

13.3

13.3

100.0

Total

2637

100.0

100.0

1

.0

2638

100.0

System

Total

Receiving TANF Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

2444

92.6

92.6

92.6

Yes

194

7.4

7.4

100.0

Total

2638

100.0

100.0

Receiving Food Stamps Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

1519

57.6

57.6

57.6

Yes

1119

42.4

42.4

100.0

Total

2638

100.0

100.0

Receiving VA Pension-Benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

2580

97.8

97.8

97.8

58

2.2

2.2

100.0

2638

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_75


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Receiving Medicaid-Medicare Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

2232

84.6

84.6

84.6

Yes

405

15.4

15.4

100.0

Total

2637

100.0

100.0

1

.0

2638

100.0

System

Total

Receiving Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND) Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

2487

94.3

94.3

94.3

Yes

151

5.7

5.7

100.0

Total

2638

100.0

100.0

Receiving any other government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

2500

94.8

94.8

94.8

Yes

138

5.2

5.2

100.0

Total

2638

100.0

100.0

Receiving NO government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

1678

63.6

63.6

63.6

Yes

960

36.4

36.4

100.0

Total

2638

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_76


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Number of government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

0

1094

41.5

41.5

41.5

1

907

34.4

34.4

75.9

2

428

16.2

16.2

92.1

3

187

7.1

7.1

99.2

4

19

.7

.7

99.9

5

2

.1

.1

100.0

7

1

.0

.0

100.0

2638

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving any government benefits Cumulative Frequency

Percent

Valid

Yes

1544

58.5

Missing

System

1094

41.5

2638

100.0

Total

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-lost job, can't find work Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

1575

59.7

59.7

59.7

Yes

1063

40.3

40.3

100.0

Total

2638

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-have work, wages too low Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

2474

93.8

93.8

93.8

Yes

164

6.2

6.2

100.0

Total

2638

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_77


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Why homeless-relat or family break-up, death in family Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

2192

83.1

83.1

83.1

Yes

446

16.9

16.9

100.0

Total

2638

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-abuse or violence in home Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

2433

92.2

92.2

92.2

Yes

205

7.8

7.8

100.0

Total

2638

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-runaway,throwaway,discharged fr foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

2578

97.7

97.7

97.7

60

2.3

2.3

100.0

2638

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-sexual orientation Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

2625

99.5

99.5

99.5

13

.5

.5

100.0

2638

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-discharged from jail, prison, halfway house Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

2413

91.5

91.5

91.5

Yes

225

8.5

8.5

100.0

Total

2638

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_78


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Why homeless-medical problems incl physical or dev dis Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

2395

90.8

90.8

90.8

Yes

243

9.2

9.2

100.0

Total

2638

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-eviction,foreclosure Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

2345

88.9

88.9

88.9

yes

293

11.1

11.1

100.0

2638

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-housing costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

2239

84.9

84.9

84.9

yes

399

15.1

15.1

100.0

2638

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-utility costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

2506

95.0

95.0

95.0

yes

132

5.0

5.0

100.0

2638

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

2249

85.3

85.3

85.3

yes

389

14.7

14.7

100.0

2638

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_79


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Why homeless-mental illness,emotional problems Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

2347

89.0

89.0

89.0

yes

291

11.0

11.0

100.0

2638

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-other reason Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

2450

92.9

92.9

92.9

yes

188

7.1

7.1

100.0

2638

100.0

100.0

Total

Newly homeless – All Homeless Newly homeless Respondents

dimension1

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

no

2054

3210.00

77.1%

yes

584

956.00

22.9%

2638

4166.00

100.0%

Total

Unsheltered – All Homeless Unsheltered Respondents

dimension1

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

no

2422

3907.00

93.8%

yes

216

259.00

6.2%

2638

4166.00

100.0%

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_80


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Chronically homeless by family type - Respondents Chronically homeless no Family type

Single

yes

Total

1485

233

1718

Single parent with children under 18

555

32

587

Couple with children under 18

195

10

205

Couple without children

113

15

128

2348

290

2638

Total

Chronically homeless by family type – All Homeless Number of all homeless Family type Respondents Single

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

233

251.00

70.3%

Single parent with children under 18

32

64.00

17.9%

Couple with children under 18

10

15.00

4.2%

Couple without children

15

27.00

7.6%

290

357.00

100.0%

Total

                               

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_81


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

6. DOUGLAS COUNTY  Number of all homeless All Respondents

Homeless

% of Total Sum

Douglas County

72

125.00

100.0%

Total

72

125.00

100.0%

dimension1

Family type – All Homeless Family type Respondents

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

Single

47

59.00

47.2%

Single parent with children under 18

13

36.00

28.8%

Couple with children under 18

8

22.00

17.6%

Couple without children

4

8.00

6.4%

72

125.00

100.0%

Total

Households with and without children – All Homeless Households with and without children Respondents

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

household WITHOUT children

51

67.00

53.6%

household WITH children

21

58.00

46.4%

Total

72

125.00

100.0%

Respondents' age in categories Cumulative Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Percent

Young Adult (18-25)

15

20.8

21.7

21.7

Adult (26-64)

51

70.8

73.9

95.7

3

4.2

4.3

100.0

69

95.8

100.0

3

4.2

72

100.0

Senior (65 and over) Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_82


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Gender of respondent Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

male

32

44.4

44.4

44.4

female

39

54.2

54.2

98.6

1

1.4

1.4

100.0

72

100.0

100.0

transgender Total

Served in US Armed Forces Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

9

12.5

13.2

13.2

No

59

81.9

86.8

100.0

Total

68

94.4

100.0

4

5.6

72

100.0

System

Total

Race/ethnicity Cumulative Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Percent

Black, African American

5

6.9

7.1

7.1

Hispanic, Latino(a), Spanish

7

9.7

10.0

17.1

49

68.1

70.0

87.1

9

12.5

12.9

100.0

70

97.2

100.0

2

2.8

72

100.0

White Mixed race Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_83


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Ever been in foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

8

11.1

11.8

11.8

No

59

81.9

86.8

98.5

1

1.4

1.5

100.0

68

94.4

100.0

4

5.6

72

100.0

Don't know Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Total # of times homeless in last 3 years Cumulative Frequency Valid

Never, not homeless

Valid Percent

Percent

2

2.8

2.9

2.9

One

36

50.0

52.9

55.9

Two

12

16.7

17.6

73.5

Three

8

11.1

11.8

85.3

Four

2

2.8

2.9

88.2

Five or more

8

11.1

11.8

100.0

68

94.4

100.0

4

5.6

72

100.0

Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

How long homeless this time Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Cumulative Percent

I am not homeless

2

2.8

3.0

3.0

Less than 1 month

13

18.1

19.4

22.4

More than 1 month but less than 1 year

30

41.7

44.8

67.2

1 to 3 years

12

16.7

17.9

85.1

9

12.5

13.4

98.5 100.0

More than 3 years Don't know Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

1

1.4

1.5

67

93.1

100.0

5

6.9

72

100.0

Appendix_84


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Does any adult in hh have serious mental illness Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

53

73.6

73.6

73.6

yes

19

26.4

26.4

100.0

Total

72

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have serious medical or physical condition Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

56

77.8

77.8

77.8

yes

16

22.2

22.2

100.0

Total

72

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

63

87.5

87.5

87.5

yes

9

12.5

12.5

100.0

72

100.0

100.0

Total

Does any adult in hh have developmental disability Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

70

97.2

97.2

97.2

yes

2

2.8

2.8

100.0

72

100.0

100.0

Total

Does any adult in hh have HIV-AIDS Cumulative Frequency Valid

no

72

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent 100.0

Percent 100.0

Appendix_85


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Does any adult in hh have other risk factor Cumulative Frequency Valid

no

72

Percent

Valid Percent

100.0

Percent

100.0

100.0

Where hh spent Monday night – All Homeless Where did hh spend Monday night, Jan 24 2011 Respondents Emergency shelter

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

3

8.00

6.4%

13

17.00

13.6%

On the street, under a bridge, abandoned bldg, car, etc

9

10.00

8.0%

Hotel, motel paid for by self

7

9.00

7.2%

Hotel, motel paid for by others,vouchers

5

7.00

5.6%

30

68.00

54.4%

Jail, prison

2

2.00

1.6%

Time-limited transitional housing

1

2.00

1.6%

Own apt or house

1

1.00

.8%

Somewhere else

1

1.00

.8%

72

125.00

100.0%

Domestic violence shelter

Temporarily with family or friends

Total

City/town spent Monday night – All Homeless City-town spent Monday night Respondents CASTLE ROCK

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

37

58.00

46.4%

2

4.00

3.2%

14

22.00

17.6%

3

5.00

4.0%

PARKER

16

36.00

28.8%

Total

72

125.00

100.0%

FRANKTOWN HIGHLANDS RANCH dimen

sion1

LONE TREE

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_86


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    In past month, anyone in hh receive money from working Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

29

40.3

41.4

41.4

No

41

56.9

58.6

100.0

Total

70

97.2

100.0

2

2.8

72

100.0

System

Total

Receiving SSI-SSDI Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

64

88.9

88.9

88.9

yes

8

11.1

11.1

100.0

72

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving TANF Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

70

97.2

97.2

97.2

yes

2

2.8

2.8

100.0

72

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving Food Stamps Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

42

58.3

58.3

58.3

yes

30

41.7

41.7

100.0

Total

72

100.0

100.0

Receiving VA Pension-Benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

no

72

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent 100.0

Percent 100.0

Appendix_87


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Receiving Medicaid-Medicare Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

56

77.8

77.8

77.8

yes

16

22.2

22.2

100.0

Total

72

100.0

100.0

Receiving Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND) Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

70

97.2

97.2

97.2

yes

2

2.8

2.8

100.0

72

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving any other government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

69

95.8

95.8

95.8

yes

3

4.2

4.2

100.0

72

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving NO government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

42

58.3

58.3

58.3

yes

30

41.7

41.7

100.0

Total

72

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_88


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Number of government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

0

32

44.4

44.4

44.4

1

26

36.1

36.1

80.6

2

9

12.5

12.5

93.1

3

3

4.2

4.2

97.2

4

2

2.8

2.8

100.0

72

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving any government benefits Cumulative Frequency

Percent

Valid

yes

40

55.6

Missing

System

32

44.4

72

100.0

Total

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-lost job, can't find work Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

49

68.1

68.1

68.1

yes

23

31.9

31.9

100.0

Total

72

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-have work, wages too low Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

63

87.5

87.5

87.5

yes

9

12.5

12.5

100.0

72

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_89


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Why homeless-relat or family break-up, death in family Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

57

79.2

79.2

79.2

yes

15

20.8

20.8

100.0

Total

72

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-abuse or violence in home Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

50

69.4

69.4

69.4

yes

22

30.6

30.6

100.0

Total

72

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-runaway,throwaway,discharged fr foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

71

98.6

98.6

98.6

yes

1

1.4

1.4

100.0

72

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-sexual orientation Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

71

98.6

98.6

98.6

yes

1

1.4

1.4

100.0

72

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-discharged from jail, prison, halfway house Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

69

95.8

95.8

95.8

yes

3

4.2

4.2

100.0

72

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_90


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Why homeless-medical problems incl physical or dev dis Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

69

95.8

95.8

95.8

yes

3

4.2

4.2

100.0

72

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-eviction,foreclosure Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

64

88.9

88.9

88.9

yes

8

11.1

11.1

100.0

72

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-housing costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

61

84.7

84.7

84.7

yes

11

15.3

15.3

100.0

Total

72

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-utility costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

62

86.1

86.1

86.1

yes

10

13.9

13.9

100.0

Total

72

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

64

88.9

88.9

88.9

yes

8

11.1

11.1

100.0

72

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_91


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Why homeless-mental illness,emotional problems Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

66

91.7

91.7

91.7

yes

6

8.3

8.3

100.0

72

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-other reason Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

67

93.1

93.1

93.1

yes

5

6.9

6.9

100.0

72

100.0

100.0

Total

Newly homeless – All Homeless Newly homeless Respondents

dimension1

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

no

50

87.00

69.6%

yes

22

38.00

30.4%

Total

72

125.00

100.0%

Unsheltered – All Homeless Unsheltered Respondents

dimension1

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

no

63

115.00

92.0%

yes

9

10.00

8.0%

72

125.00

100.0%

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_92


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Chronically homeless by family type – Respondents Chronically homeless no Family type

yes

Total

Single

40

7

47

Single parent with children under 18

13

0

13

Couple with children under 18

8

0

8

Couple without children

4

0

4

65

7

72

Total

Chronically homeless by family type – All Homeless Family type Respondents

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

Single

7

12.00

100.0%

Total

7

12.00

100.0%

dimension1

                                       

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_93


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

7. JEFFERSON COUNTY  Number of all homeless All Respondents

Homeless

% of Total Sum

Jefferson County

534

1191.00

100.0%

Total

534

1191.00

100.0%

dimension1

Family type – All Homeless Family type Respondents

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

Single

224

248.00

20.8%

Single parent with children under 18

167

481.00

40.4%

Couple with children under 18

102

379.00

31.8%

41

83.00

7.0%

534

1191.00

100.0%

Couple without children Total

Household with and without children – All Homeless Households with and without children Respondents

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

household WITHOUT children

258

324.00

27.2%

household WITH children

276

867.00

72.8%

Total

534

1191.00

100.0%

Respondents' age in categories Cumulative Frequency Valid

Teen (13-17) Young Adult (18-25) Adult (26-64) Senior (65 and over) Total

Missing

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

8

1.5

1.5

1.5

91

17.0

17.5

19.0

415

77.7

79.8

98.8

6

1.1

1.2

100.0

520

97.4

100.0

14

2.6

534

100.0

Appendix_94


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Gender of respondent Cumulative Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Percent

male

247

46.3

46.7

46.7

female

280

52.4

52.9

99.6

2

.4

.4

100.0

529

99.1

100.0

5

.9

534

100.0

transgender Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Served in US Armed Forces Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

47

8.8

9.2

9.2

No

464

86.9

90.8

100.0

Total

511

95.7

100.0

23

4.3

534

100.0

System

Total

Race/ethnicity Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Asian, Pacific Islander

12

2.2

2.3

2.3

Black, African American

52

9.7

9.8

12.1

114

21.3

21.5

33.5

15

2.8

2.8

36.3

308

57.7

58.0

94.4

29

5.4

5.5

99.8

Other

1

.2

.2

100.0

Total

531

99.4

100.0

3

.6

534

100.0

Hispanic, Latino(a), Spanish Native American, Alaska Native White Mixed race

Missing

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_95


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Ever been in foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

62

11.6

11.7

11.7

No

451

84.5

84.8

96.4

19

3.6

3.6

100.0

532

99.6

100.0

2

.4

534

100.0

Don't know Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Total # of times homeless in last 3 years Cumulative Frequency Valid

Never, not homeless

Valid Percent

Percent

50

9.4

10.1

10.1

One

222

41.6

44.8

54.9

Two

101

18.9

20.4

75.4

Three

61

11.4

12.3

87.7

Four

22

4.1

4.4

92.1

Five or more

39

7.3

7.9

100.0

495

92.7

100.0

39

7.3

534

100.0

Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

How long homeless this time Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Cumulative Percent

I am not homeless

77

14.4

15.6

15.6

Less than 1 month

63

11.8

12.8

28.4

More than 1 month but less than 1 year

197

36.9

40.0

68.4

1 to 3 years

114

21.3

23.1

91.5

39

7.3

7.9

99.4 100.0

More than 3 years Don't know Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

3

.6

.6

493

92.3

100.0

41

7.7

534

100.0

Appendix_96


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Does any adult in hh have serious mental illness Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

410

76.8

76.9

76.9

yes

123

23.0

23.1

100.0

Total

533

99.8

100.0

1

.2

534

100.0

System

Total

Does any adult in hh have serious medical or physical condition Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

400

74.9

75.0

75.0

yes

133

24.9

25.0

100.0

Total

533

99.8

100.0

1

.2

534

100.0

System

Total

Does any adult in hh have alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Percent

no

456

85.4

85.6

85.6

yes

77

14.4

14.4

100.0

533

99.8

100.0

1

.2

534

100.0

Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Does any adult in hh have developmental disability Cumulative Frequency Valid

Total

Valid Percent

Percent

no

507

94.9

95.1

95.1

yes

26

4.9

4.9

100.0

533

99.8

100.0

1

.2

534

100.0

Total Missing

Percent

System

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_97


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Does any adult in hh have HIV-AIDS Cumulative Frequency Valid

no

Missing

System

Total

Percent

533

99.8

1

.2

534

100.0

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have other risk factor Cumulative Frequency Valid

no

Missing

Percent

98.1

98.3

98.3

9

1.7

1.7

100.0

533

99.8

100.0

1

.2

534

100.0

System

Total

Valid Percent

524

yes Total

Percent

Where hh spent Monday night – All Homeless Where did hh spend Monday night, Jan 24 2011 Respondents

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

Emergency shelter

24

50.00

4.3%

Domestic violence shelter

15

35.00

3.0%

On the street, under a bridge, abandoned bldg, car, etc

29

44.00

3.7%

Hotel, motel paid for by self

93

184.00

15.7%

Hotel, motel paid for by others,vouchers

21

31.00

2.6%

6

6.00

.5%

110

215.00

18.3%

Permanent supportive housing

4

7.00

.6%

Hospital

1

1.00

.1%

15

17.00

1.4%

Substance abuse treatment program

1

1.00

.1%

Jail, prison

9

25.00

2.1%

165

503.00

42.8%

Section 8 housing

3

4.00

.3%

Own apt or house

32

49.00

4.2%

Somewhere else

1

3.00

.3%

529

1175.00

100.0%

Youth shelter Temporarily with family or friends

Halfway house

Time-limited transitional housing

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_98


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

City/town spent Monday night – All Homeless City-town spent Monday night Respondents ARVADA

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

126

365.00

30.7%

CONIFER

1

5.00

.4%

EDGEWATER

5

7.00

.6%

EVERGREEN

10

18.00

1.5%

GOLDEN

21

45.00

3.8%

1

1.00

.1%

LAKEWOOD

336

691.00

58.1%

MORRISON

2

6.00

.5%

30

51.00

4.3%

532

1189.00

100.0%

dimension1

GREEN MOUNTAIN

WHEAT RIDGE Total

In past month, anyone in hh receive money from working Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

220

41.2

41.7

41.7

No

307

57.5

58.3

100.0

Total

527

98.7

100.0

7

1.3

534

100.0

System

Total

Receiving SSI-SSDI Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

443

83.0

83.0

83.0

yes

91

17.0

17.0

100.0

534

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_99


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Receiving TANF Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

465

87.1

87.1

87.1

yes

69

12.9

12.9

100.0

534

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving Food Stamps Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

273

51.1

51.1

51.1

yes

261

48.9

48.9

100.0

Total

534

100.0

100.0

Receiving VA Pension-Benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

521

97.6

97.6

97.6

yes

13

2.4

2.4

100.0

534

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving Medicaid-Medicare Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

366

68.5

68.5

68.5

yes

168

31.5

31.5

100.0

Total

534

100.0

100.0

Receiving Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND) Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

517

96.8

96.8

96.8

yes

17

3.2

3.2

100.0

534

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_100


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Receiving any other government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

518

97.0

97.0

97.0

yes

16

3.0

3.0

100.0

534

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving NO government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

363

68.0

68.1

68.1

yes

170

31.8

31.9

100.0

Total

533

99.8

100.0

1

.2

534

100.0

System

Total

Number of government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

0

188

35.2

35.2

35.2

1

140

26.2

26.2

61.4

2

134

25.1

25.1

86.5

3

64

12.0

12.0

98.5

4

5

.9

.9

99.4

5

3

.6

.6

100.0

534

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving any government benefits Cumulative Frequency

Percent

Valid

yes

346

64.8

Missing

System

188

35.2

534

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Valid Percent 100.0

Percent 100.0

Appendix_101


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Why homeless-lost job, can't find work Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

333

62.4

62.4

62.4

yes

201

37.6

37.6

100.0

Total

534

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-have work, wages too low Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

491

91.9

91.9

91.9

yes

43

8.1

8.1

100.0

534

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-relat or family break-up, death in family Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

428

80.1

80.1

80.1

yes

106

19.9

19.9

100.0

Total

534

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-abuse or violence in home Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

465

87.1

87.1

87.1

yes

69

12.9

12.9

100.0

534

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-runaway,throwaway,discharged fr foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

521

97.6

97.6

97.6

yes

13

2.4

2.4

100.0

534

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_102


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Why homeless-sexual orientation Cumulative Frequency Valid

no yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

531

99.4

99.4

99.4

3

.6

.6

100.0

534

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-discharged from jail, prison, halfway house Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

489

91.6

91.6

91.6

yes

45

8.4

8.4

100.0

534

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-medical problems incl physical or dev dis Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

477

89.3

89.3

89.3

yes

57

10.7

10.7

100.0

534

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-eviction,foreclosure Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

478

89.5

89.5

89.5

yes

56

10.5

10.5

100.0

534

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-housing costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

426

79.8

79.8

79.8

yes

108

20.2

20.2

100.0

Total

534

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_103


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Why homeless-utility costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

485

90.8

90.8

90.8

yes

49

9.2

9.2

100.0

534

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

480

89.9

89.9

89.9

yes

54

10.1

10.1

100.0

534

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-mental illness,emotional problems Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

472

88.4

88.4

88.4

yes

62

11.6

11.6

100.0

534

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-other reason Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

498

93.3

93.3

93.3

yes

36

6.7

6.7

100.0

534

100.0

100.0

Total

Newly homeless – All Homeless Newly homeless Respondents

dimension1

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

no

402

876.00

73.6%

yes

132

315.00

26.4%

Total

534

1191.00

100.0%

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_104


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Unsheltered – All Homeless Unsheltered Respondents

dimension1

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

no

505

1147.00

96.3%

yes

29

44.00

3.7%

534

1191.00

100.0%

Total

Chronically homeless by family type - Respondents Chronically homeless no Family type

yes

Total

Single

215

9

224

Single parent with children under 18

163

4

167

Couple with children under 18

100

2

102

39

2

41

517

17

534

Couple without children Total

Chronically homeless by family type – All Homeless Family type Respondents

All

% of All

Homeless

Homeless

Single

9

9.00

30.0%

Single parent with children under 18

4

8.00

26.7%

Couple with children under 18

2

5.00

16.7%

Couple without children

2

8.00

26.7%

17

30.00

100.0%

Total

               

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_105


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

APPENDIX D  County Data Tables  for  Respondents Who Spent Monday Night in a County Other Than   The County They Reported As Their Last Permanent Residence    1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Adams County  Arapahoe County  Boulder County  Broomfield City & County  Denver City & County  Douglas County  Arapahoe County 

                                               

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

1. ADAMS COUNTY    DATA FOR RESPONDENTS WHO SPENT MONDAY NIGHT IN A COUNTY OTHER THAN  THE COUNTY THEY REPORTED AS THEIR LAST PERMANENT RESIDENCE 

County of last permanent residence Cumulative Frequency Valid

Adams

194

Percent

Valid Percent

100.0

Percent

100.0

100.0

Family type Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Single

97

50.0

50.0

50.0

Single parent with children

64

33.0

33.0

83.0

17

8.8

8.8

91.8

16

8.2

8.2

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

under 18 Couple with children under 18 Couple without children Total

Households with and without children Cumulative Frequency Valid

household WITHOUT

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

112

57.7

57.7

57.7

82

42.3

42.3

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

children household WITH children Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Respondents' age in categories Cumulative Frequency Valid

Teen (13-17) Young Adult (18-25) Adult (26-64)

Missing

Percent

.5

.5

.5

36

18.6

19.0

19.6

149

76.8

78.8

98.4

3

1.5

1.6

100.0

189

97.4

100.0

5

2.6

194

100.0

System

Total

Valid Percent

1

Senior (65 and over) Total

Percent

Gender of respondent Cumulative Frequency Valid

male female Total

Missing

Valid Percent

Percent

109

56.2

56.8

56.8

83

42.8

43.2

100.0

192

99.0

100.0

2

1.0

194

100.0

System

Total

Percent

Served in US Armed Forces Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

28

14.4

15.1

15.1

No

158

81.4

84.9

100.0

Total

186

95.9

100.0

8

4.1

194

100.0

System

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Race/ethnicity Cumulative Frequency Valid

Asian, Pacific Islander

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

1

.5

.5

.5

Black, African American

44

22.7

22.9

23.4

Hispanic, Latino(a), Spanish

26

13.4

13.5

37.0

5

2.6

2.6

39.6

101

52.1

52.6

92.2

14

7.2

7.3

99.5

Other

1

.5

.5

100.0

Total

192

99.0

100.0

2

1.0

194

100.0

Native American, Alaska Native White Mixed race

Missing

System

Total

Ever been in foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

22

11.3

11.4

11.4

No

170

87.6

88.1

99.5

1

.5

.5

100.0

193

99.5

100.0

1

.5

194

100.0

Don't know Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Total # of times homeless in last 3 years Cumulative Frequency Valid

Never, not homeless

Valid Percent

Percent

5

2.6

2.6

2.6

One

85

43.8

45.0

47.6

Two

40

20.6

21.2

68.8

Three

28

14.4

14.8

83.6

Four

4

2.1

2.1

85.7

27

13.9

14.3

100.0

189

97.4

100.0

5

2.6

194

100.0

Five or more Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

How long homeless this time Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

I am not homeless

7

3.6

3.7

3.7

Less than 1 month

16

8.2

8.5

12.2

104

53.6

55.0

67.2

1 to 3 years

44

22.7

23.3

90.5

More than 3 years

15

7.7

7.9

98.4

3

1.5

1.6

100.0

189

97.4

100.0

5

2.6

194

100.0

More than 1 month but less than 1 year

Don't know Total Missing

System

Total

Does any adult in hh have serious mental illness Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

160

82.5

82.5

82.5

yes

34

17.5

17.5

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Does any adult in hh have serious medical or physical condition Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

140

72.2

72.2

72.2

yes

54

27.8

27.8

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Does any adult in hh have alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

147

75.8

75.8

75.8

yes

47

24.2

24.2

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Does any adult in hh have developmental disability Cumulative Frequency Valid

no yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

189

97.4

97.4

97.4

5

2.6

2.6

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have HIV-AIDS Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

194

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent 100.0

Percent 100.0

Does any adult in hh have other risk factor Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

193

99.5

99.5

99.5

1

.5

.5

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Where did hh spend Monday night, Jan 24 2011 Cumulative Frequency Valid

Emergency shelter

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

51

26.3

26.6

26.6

7

3.6

3.6

30.2

13

6.7

6.8

37.0

Hotel, motel paid for by self

9

4.6

4.7

41.7

Hotel, motel paid for by

7

3.6

3.6

45.3

2

1.0

1.0

46.4

47

24.2

24.5

70.8

1

.5

.5

71.4

Hospital

1

.5

.5

71.9

Halfway house

2

1.0

1.0

72.9

Substance abuse treatment

9

4.6

4.7

77.6

39

20.1

20.3

97.9

4

2.1

2.1

100.0

192

99.0

100.0

2

1.0

194

100.0

Domestic violence shelter On the street, under a bridge, abandoned bldg, car, etc

others,vouchers Youth shelter Temporarily with family or friends Permanent supportive housing

program Time-limited transitional housing Own apt or house Total Missing

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

County spent Monday night Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Arapahoe

34

17.5

17.5

17.5

Boulder

20

10.3

10.3

27.8

Broomfield

13

6.7

6.7

34.5

116

59.8

59.8

94.3

11

5.7

5.7

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Denver Jefferson Total

City-town spent Monday night Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

ARVADA

2

1.0

1.0

1.0

AURORA

27

13.9

13.9

14.9

BOULDER

11

5.7

5.7

20.6

BROOMFIELD

13

6.7

6.7

27.3

116

59.8

59.8

87.1

ENGLEWOOD

4

2.1

2.1

89.2

ERIE

2

1.0

1.0

90.2

LAFAYETTE

2

1.0

1.0

91.2

LAKEWOOD

7

3.6

3.6

94.8

LITTLETON

3

1.5

1.5

96.4

LONGMONT

4

2.1

2.1

98.5

LOUISVILLE

1

.5

.5

99.0

WHEAT RIDGE

2

1.0

1.0

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

DENVER

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    In past month, anyone in hh receive money from working Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

50

25.8

26.0

26.0

No

142

73.2

74.0

100.0

Total

192

99.0

100.0

2

1.0

194

100.0

System

Total

Receiving SSI-SSDI Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

173

89.2

89.2

89.2

yes

21

10.8

10.8

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving TANF Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

175

90.2

90.2

90.2

yes

19

9.8

9.8

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving Food Stamps Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

101

52.1

52.1

52.1

yes

93

47.9

47.9

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving VA Pension-Benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

no yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

189

97.4

97.4

97.4

5

2.6

2.6

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Receiving Medicaid-Medicare Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

157

80.9

80.9

80.9

yes

37

19.1

19.1

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND) Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

187

96.4

96.4

96.4

7

3.6

3.6

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Receiving any other government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

180

92.8

92.8

92.8

yes

14

7.2

7.2

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving NO government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

131

67.5

67.5

67.5

yes

63

32.5

32.5

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Number of government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

0

68

35.1

35.1

35.1

1

73

37.6

37.6

72.7

2

37

19.1

19.1

91.8

3

15

7.7

7.7

99.5

4

1

.5

.5

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving any government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

yes

Missing

System

Total

Percent

126

64.9

68

35.1

194

100.0

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-lost job, can't find work Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

104

53.6

53.6

53.6

yes

90

46.4

46.4

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-have work, wages too low Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

175

90.2

90.2

90.2

yes

19

9.8

9.8

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Why homeless-relat or family break-up, death in family Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

147

75.8

75.8

75.8

yes

47

24.2

24.2

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-abuse or violence in home Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

178

91.8

91.8

91.8

yes

16

8.2

8.2

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-runaway,throwaway,discharged fr foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

no yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

191

98.5

98.5

98.5

3

1.5

1.5

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-sexual orientation Cumulative Frequency Valid

no

194

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-discharged from jail, prison, halfway house Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

179

92.3

92.3

92.3

yes

15

7.7

7.7

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Why homeless-medical problems incl physical or dev dis Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

169

87.1

87.1

87.1

yes

25

12.9

12.9

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-eviction,foreclosure Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

166

85.6

85.6

85.6

yes

28

14.4

14.4

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-housing costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

161

83.0

83.0

83.0

yes

33

17.0

17.0

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-utility costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

184

94.8

94.8

94.8

yes

10

5.2

5.2

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Why homeless-alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

160

82.5

82.5

82.5

yes

34

17.5

17.5

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-mental illness,emotional problems Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

171

88.1

88.1

88.1

yes

23

11.9

11.9

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-other reason Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

181

93.3

93.3

93.3

yes

13

6.7

6.7

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Chronically homeless Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

178

91.8

91.8

91.8

yes

16

8.2

8.2

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Newly homeless Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

134

69.1

69.1

69.1

yes

60

30.9

30.9

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Unsheltered Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

181

93.3

93.3

93.3

yes

13

6.7

6.7

100.0

194

100.0

100.0

Total

Family type * Chronically homeless Crosstabulation Count Chronically homeless no Family type

yes

Total

Single

83

14

97

Single parent with children

64

0

64

16

1

17

15

1

16

178

16

194

under 18 Couple with children under 18 Couple without children Total

                           

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

2. ARAPAHOE COUNTY    DATA FOR RESPONDENTS WHO SPENT MONDAY NIGHT IN A COUNTY OTHER THAN  THE COUNTY THEY REPORTED AS THEIR LAST PERMANENT RESIDENCE    County of last permanent residence Cumulative Frequency Valid

Arapahoe

257

Percent

Valid Percent

100.0

Percent

100.0

100.0

Family type Cumulative Frequency Valid

Single Single parent with children

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

125

48.6

48.6

48.6

88

34.2

34.2

82.9

31

12.1

12.1

94.9

13

5.1

5.1

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

under 18 Couple with children under 18 Couple without children Total

Households with and without children Cumulative Frequency Valid

household WITHOUT

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

137

53.3

53.3

53.3

household WITH children

120

46.7

46.7

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

children

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Respondents' age in categories Cumulative Frequency Valid

Teen (13-17) Young Adult (18-25) Adult (26-64)

Missing

Percent

1.2

1.2

1.2

51

19.8

20.2

21.4

197

76.7

78.2

99.6

1

.4

.4

100.0

252

98.1

100.0

5

1.9

257

100.0

System

Total

Valid Percent

3

Senior (65 and over) Total

Percent

Gender of respondent Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

male

121

47.1

47.1

47.1

female

135

52.5

52.5

99.6

1

.4

.4

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

transgender Total

Served in US Armed Forces Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

33

12.8

13.3

13.3

No

216

84.0

86.7

100.0

Total

249

96.9

100.0

8

3.1

257

100.0

System

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Race/ethnicity Cumulative Frequency Valid

Asian, Pacific Islander

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

1

.4

.4

.4

Black, African American

83

32.3

32.4

32.8

Hispanic, Latino(a), Spanish

33

12.8

12.9

45.7

5

1.9

2.0

47.7

115

44.7

44.9

92.6

18

7.0

7.0

99.6

Other

1

.4

.4

100.0

Total

256

99.6

100.0

1

.4

257

100.0

Native American, Alaska Native White Mixed race

Missing

System

Total

Ever been in foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

20

7.8

7.8

7.8

No

228

88.7

88.7

96.5

9

3.5

3.5

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Don't know Total

Total # of times homeless in last 3 years Cumulative Frequency Valid

Never, not homeless

Valid Percent

Percent

10

3.9

4.0

4.0

One

120

46.7

47.4

51.4

Two

57

22.2

22.5

73.9

Three

31

12.1

12.3

86.2

Four

10

3.9

4.0

90.1

Five or more

25

9.7

9.9

100.0

253

98.4

100.0

4

1.6

257

100.0

Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    How long homeless this time Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

I am not homeless

13

5.1

5.1

5.1

Less than 1 month

26

10.1

10.3

15.4

131

51.0

51.8

67.2

1 to 3 years

66

25.7

26.1

93.3

More than 3 years

16

6.2

6.3

99.6

1

.4

.4

100.0

253

98.4

100.0

4

1.6

257

100.0

More than 1 month but less than 1 year

Don't know Total Missing

System

Total

Does any adult in hh have serious mental illness Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

199

77.4

77.4

77.4

yes

58

22.6

22.6

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Does any adult in hh have serious medical or physical condition Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

200

77.8

77.8

77.8

yes

57

22.2

22.2

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Does any adult in hh have alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

210

81.7

81.7

81.7

Yes

47

18.3

18.3

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Does any adult in hh have developmental disability Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

248

96.5

96.5

96.5

yes

9

3.5

3.5

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Does any adult in hh have HIV-AIDS Cumulative Frequency Valid

no yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

254

98.8

98.8

98.8

3

1.2

1.2

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have other risk factor Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

252

98.1

98.1

98.1

5

1.9

1.9

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Where did hh spend Monday night, Jan 24 2011 Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Emergency shelter

54

21.0

21.5

21.5

Domestic violence shelter

11

4.3

4.4

25.9

On the street, under a

17

6.6

6.8

32.7

Hotel, motel paid for by self

8

3.1

3.2

35.9

Hotel, motel paid for by

6

2.3

2.4

38.2

2

.8

.8

39.0

39

15.2

15.5

54.6

2

.8

.8

55.4

Hospital

3

1.2

1.2

56.6

Halfway house

3

1.2

1.2

57.8

10

3.9

4.0

61.8

91

35.4

36.3

98.0

Own apt or house

4

1.6

1.6

99.6

Somewhere else

1

.4

.4

100.0

251

97.7

100.0

6

2.3

257

100.0

bridge, abandoned bldg, car, etc

others,vouchers Youth shelter Temporarily with family or friends Permanent supportive housing

Substance abuse treatment program Time-limited transitional housing

Total Missing

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_126


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

County spent Monday night Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Adams

36

14.0

14.0

14.0

Boulder

10

3.9

3.9

17.9

3

1.2

1.2

19.1

179

69.6

69.6

88.7

Douglas

3

1.2

1.2

89.9

Jefferson

26

10.1

10.1

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Broomfield Denver

Total

City-town spent Monday night Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

ARVADA

8

3.1

3.1

3.1

AURORA

28

10.9

10.9

14.0

BOULDER

8

3.1

3.1

17.1

BRIGHTON

1

.4

.4

17.5

BROOMFIELD

3

1.2

1.2

18.7

COMMERCE CITY

1

.4

.4

19.1

179

69.6

69.6

88.7

1

.4

.4

89.1

LAKEWOOD

16

6.2

6.2

95.3

LONGMONT

2

.8

.8

96.1

NORTHGLENN

2

.8

.8

96.9

PARKER

3

1.2

1.2

98.1

THORNTON

2

.8

.8

98.8

WESTMINSTER

2

.8

.8

99.6

WHEAT RIDGE

1

.4

.4

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

DENVER EDGEWATER

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_127


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

In past month, anyone in hh receive money from working Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

69

26.8

27.2

27.2

No

185

72.0

72.8

100.0

Total

254

98.8

100.0

3

1.2

257

100.0

System

Total

Receiving SSI-SSDI Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

233

90.7

90.7

90.7

yes

24

9.3

9.3

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving TANF Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

228

88.7

88.7

88.7

yes

29

11.3

11.3

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving Food Stamps Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

147

57.2

57.2

57.2

yes

110

42.8

42.8

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_128


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Receiving VA Pension-Benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

no yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

249

96.9

96.9

96.9

8

3.1

3.1

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Receiving Medicaid-Medicare Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

205

79.8

79.8

79.8

yes

52

20.2

20.2

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND) Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

246

95.7

95.7

95.7

yes

11

4.3

4.3

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving any other government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

no yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

249

96.9

96.9

96.9

8

3.1

3.1

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Receiving NO government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

156

60.7

60.7

60.7

yes

101

39.3

39.3

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_129


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Number of government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

0

112

43.6

43.6

43.6

1

71

27.6

27.6

71.2

2

52

20.2

20.2

91.4

3

21

8.2

8.2

99.6

4

1

.4

.4

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving any government benefits Cumulative Frequency

Percent

Valid

yes

145

56.4

Missing

System

112

43.6

257

100.0

Total

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-lost job, can't find work Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

138

53.7

53.7

53.7

yes

119

46.3

46.3

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-have work, wages too low Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

239

93.0

93.0

93.0

yes

18

7.0

7.0

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_130


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Why homeless-relat or family break-up, death in family Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

193

75.1

75.1

75.1

yes

64

24.9

24.9

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-abuse or violence in home Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

221

86.0

86.0

86.0

yes

36

14.0

14.0

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-runaway,throwaway,discharged fr foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

no yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

254

98.8

98.8

98.8

3

1.2

1.2

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-sexual orientation Cumulative Frequency Valid

no

257

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-discharged from jail, prison, halfway house Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

232

90.3

90.3

90.3

yes

25

9.7

9.7

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_131


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Why homeless-medical problems incl physical or dev dis Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

225

87.5

87.5

87.5

yes

32

12.5

12.5

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-eviction,foreclosure Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

216

84.0

84.0

84.0

yes

41

16.0

16.0

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-housing costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

203

79.0

79.0

79.0

yes

54

21.0

21.0

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-utility costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

238

92.6

92.6

92.6

yes

19

7.4

7.4

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

216

84.0

84.0

84.0

yes

41

16.0

16.0

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_132


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Why homeless-mental illness,emotional problems Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

220

85.6

85.6

85.6

yes

37

14.4

14.4

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-other reason Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

234

91.1

91.1

91.1

yes

23

8.9

8.9

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Chronically homeless Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

238

92.6

92.6

92.6

yes

19

7.4

7.4

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Newly homeless Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

176

68.5

68.5

68.5

yes

81

31.5

31.5

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Unsheltered Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

240

93.4

93.4

93.4

yes

17

6.6

6.6

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_133


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Family type * Chronically homeless Crosstabulation Count Chronically homeless no Family type

Single Single parent with children

yes

Total

113

12

125

84

4

88

30

1

31

11

2

13

238

19

257

under 18 Couple with children under 18 Couple without children Total

                                            Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_134


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

3. BOULDER COUNTY    DATA FOR RESPONDENTS WHO SPENT MONDAY NIGHT IN A COUNTY OTHER THAN  THE COUNTY THEY REPORTED AS THEIR LAST PERMANENT RESIDENCE      County of last permanent residence Cumulative Frequency Valid

Boulder

Percent

31

Valid Percent

100.0

Percent

100.0

100.0

Family type Cumulative Frequency Valid

Single Single parent with children

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

23

74.2

74.2

74.2

6

19.4

19.4

93.5

1

3.2

3.2

96.8

1

3.2

3.2

100.0

31

100.0

100.0

under 18 Couple with children under 18 Couple without children Total

Households with and without children Cumulative Frequency Valid

household WITHOUT

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

24

77.4

77.4

77.4

7

22.6

22.6

100.0

31

100.0

100.0

children household WITH children Total

Respondents' age in categories Cumulative Frequency Valid

Young Adult (18-25)

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

6

19.4

19.4

19.4

Adult (26-64)

25

80.6

80.6

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_135


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Gender of respondent Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Male

18

58.1

58.1

58.1

female

13

41.9

41.9

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Served in US Armed Forces Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

3

9.7

10.3

10.3

No

26

83.9

89.7

100.0

Total

29

93.5

100.0

2

6.5

31

100.0

System

Total

Race/ethnicity Cumulative Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Percent

Black, African American

1

3.2

3.3

3.3

Hispanic, Latino(a), Spanish

6

19.4

20.0

23.3

22

71.0

73.3

96.7

1

3.2

3.3

100.0

30

96.8

100.0

1

3.2

31

100.0

White Mixed race Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Ever been in foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

5

16.1

16.1

16.1

No

22

71.0

71.0

87.1

4

12.9

12.9

100.0

31

100.0

100.0

Don't know Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_136


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Total # of times homeless in last 3 years Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

One

17

54.8

54.8

54.8

Two

3

9.7

9.7

64.5

Three

6

19.4

19.4

83.9

Four

2

6.5

6.5

90.3

Five or more

3

9.7

9.7

100.0

31

100.0

100.0

Total

How long homeless this time Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

I am not homeless

1

3.2

3.2

3.2

Less than 1 month

2

6.5

6.5

9.7

20

64.5

64.5

74.2

1 to 3 years

6

19.4

19.4

93.5

More than 3 years

1

3.2

3.2

96.8

Don't know

1

3.2

3.2

100.0

31

100.0

100.0

More than 1 month but less than 1 year

Total

Does any adult in hh have serious mental illness Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

22

71.0

71.0

71.0

Yes

9

29.0

29.0

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have serious medical or physical condition Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

24

77.4

77.4

77.4

Yes

7

22.6

22.6

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_137


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Does any adult in hh have alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

26

83.9

83.9

83.9

Yes

5

16.1

16.1

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have developmental disability Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

31

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent 100.0

Percent 100.0

Does any adult in hh have HIV-AIDS Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

31

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent 100.0

Percent 100.0

Does any adult in hh have other risk factor Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

31

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent 100.0

Percent 100.0

Appendix_138


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Where did hh spend Monday night, Jan 24 2011 Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Emergency shelter

3

9.7

9.7

9.7

On the street, under a

2

6.5

6.5

16.1

10

32.3

32.3

48.4

Hospital

6

19.4

19.4

67.7

Halfway house

1

3.2

3.2

71.0

Substance abuse treatment

1

3.2

3.2

74.2

6

19.4

19.4

93.5

2

6.5

6.5

100.0

31

100.0

100.0

bridge, abandoned bldg, car, etc Temporarily with family or friends

program Time-limited transitional housing Own apt or house Total

County spent Monday night Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Arapahoe

1

3.2

3.2

3.2

Broomfield

7

22.6

22.6

25.8

21

67.7

67.7

93.5

2

6.5

6.5

100.0

31

100.0

100.0

Denver Jefferson Total

City-town spent Monday night Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

AURORA

1

3.2

3.2

3.2

BROOMFIELD

7

22.6

22.6

25.8

21

67.7

67.7

93.5

2

6.5

6.5

100.0

31

100.0

100.0

DENVER LAKEWOOD Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_139


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

In past month, anyone in hh receive money from working Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

12

38.7

38.7

38.7

No

19

61.3

61.3

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Receiving SSI-SSDI Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

22

71.0

71.0

71.0

Yes

9

29.0

29.0

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Receiving TANF Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

31

Percent

Valid Percent

100.0

100.0

Percent 100.0

Receiving Food Stamps Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

22

71.0

71.0

71.0

Yes

9

29.0

29.0

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Receiving VA Pension-Benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

30

96.8

96.8

96.8

Yes

1

3.2

3.2

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_140


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Receiving Medicaid-Medicare Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

29

93.5

93.5

93.5

Yes

2

6.5

6.5

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Receiving Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND) Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

30

96.8

96.8

96.8

Yes

1

3.2

3.2

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Receiving any other government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

30

96.8

96.8

96.8

Yes

1

3.2

3.2

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Receiving NO government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

18

58.1

58.1

58.1

Yes

13

41.9

41.9

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_141


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Number of government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

0

13

41.9

41.9

41.9

1

13

41.9

41.9

83.9

2

5

16.1

16.1

100.0

31

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving any government benefits Cumulative Frequency

Percent

Valid

yes

18

58.1

Missing

System

13

41.9

31

100.0

Total

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-lost job, can't find work Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

15

48.4

48.4

48.4

Yes

16

51.6

51.6

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-have work, wages too low Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

28

90.3

90.3

90.3

Yes

3

9.7

9.7

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-relat or family break-up, death in family Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

29

93.5

93.5

93.5

Yes

2

6.5

6.5

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_142


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Why homeless-abuse or violence in home Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

26

83.9

83.9

83.9

Yes

5

16.1

16.1

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-runaway,throwaway,discharged fr foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

31

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-sexual orientation Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

30

96.8

96.8

96.8

Yes

1

3.2

3.2

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-discharged from jail, prison, halfway house Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

30

96.8

96.8

96.8

Yes

1

3.2

3.2

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-medical problems incl physical or dev dis Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

29

93.5

93.5

93.5

Yes

2

6.5

6.5

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_143


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Why homeless-eviction,foreclosure Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

28

90.3

90.3

90.3

Yes

3

9.7

9.7

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-housing costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

31

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-utility costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

31

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

26

83.9

83.9

83.9

Yes

5

16.1

16.1

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-mental illness,emotional problems Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

24

77.4

77.4

77.4

Yes

7

22.6

22.6

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_144


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Why homeless-other reason Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

29

93.5

93.5

93.5

Yes

2

6.5

6.5

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Chronically homeless Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

Percent

31

Valid Percent

100.0

100.0

Percent 100.0

Newly homeless Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

21

67.7

67.7

67.7

Yes

10

32.3

32.3

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Unsheltered Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

29

93.5

93.5

93.5

Yes

2

6.5

6.5

100.0

Total

31

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_145


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Family type * Chronically homeless Crosstabulation Count Chronically homeless no Family type

Single Single parent with children

Total 23

23

6

6

1

1

1

1

31

31

under 18 Couple with children under 18 Couple without children Total

                                            Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_146


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

4. BROOMFIELD CITY & COUNTY    DATA FOR RESPONDENTS WHO SPENT MONDAY NIGHT IN A COUNTY OTHER THAN  THE COUNTY THEY REPORTED AS THEIR LAST PERMANENT RESIDENCE      County of last permanent residence Cumulative Frequency Valid

Broomfield

Percent

11

Valid Percent

100.0

Percent

100.0

100.0

Family type Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Single

7

63.6

63.6

63.6

Single parent with children

3

27.3

27.3

90.9

1

9.1

9.1

100.0

11

100.0

100.0

under 18 Couple without children Total

Households with and without children Cumulative Frequency Valid

household WITHOUT

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

8

72.7

72.7

72.7

3

27.3

27.3

100.0

11

100.0

100.0

children household WITH children Total

Respondents' age in categories Cumulative Frequency Valid

Adult (26-64)

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

11

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent 100.0

Percent 100.0

Appendix_147


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Gender of respondent Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Male

8

72.7

72.7

72.7

female

3

27.3

27.3

100.0

11

100.0

100.0

Total

Served in US Armed Forces Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

1

9.1

9.1

9.1

No

10

90.9

90.9

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Race/ethnicity Cumulative Frequency Valid

Hispanic, Latino(a), Spanish

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

1

9.1

9.1

9.1

White

10

90.9

90.9

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Ever been in foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

1

9.1

9.1

9.1

No

10

90.9

90.9

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_148


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Total # of times homeless in last 3 years Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Never, not homeless

1

9.1

9.1

9.1

One

7

63.6

63.6

72.7

Two

1

9.1

9.1

81.8

Four

1

9.1

9.1

90.9

Five or more

1

9.1

9.1

100.0

11

100.0

100.0

Total

How long homeless this time Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

I am not homeless

1

9.1

9.1

9.1

More than 1 month but less

5

45.5

45.5

54.5

1 to 3 years

4

36.4

36.4

90.9

More than 3 years

1

9.1

9.1

100.0

11

100.0

100.0

than 1 year

Total

Does any adult in hh have serious mental illness Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

10

90.9

90.9

90.9

Yes

1

9.1

9.1

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have serious medical or physical condition Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

9

81.8

81.8

81.8

Yes

2

18.2

18.2

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_149


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Does any adult in hh have alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

7

63.6

63.6

63.6

Yes

4

36.4

36.4

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have developmental disability Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

11

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent 100.0

Percent 100.0

Does any adult in hh have HIV-AIDS Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

11

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent 100.0

Percent 100.0

Does any adult in hh have other risk factor Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

11

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent 100.0

Percent 100.0

Appendix_150


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Where did hh spend Monday night, Jan 24 2011 Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Domestic violence shelter

1

9.1

9.1

9.1

On the street, under a

1

9.1

9.1

18.2

Hotel, motel paid for by self

1

9.1

9.1

27.3

Temporarily with family or

2

18.2

18.2

45.5

Hospital

1

9.1

9.1

54.5

Jail, prison

1

9.1

9.1

63.6

Time-limited transitional

4

36.4

36.4

100.0

11

100.0

100.0

bridge, abandoned bldg, car, etc

friends

housing Total

County spent Monday night Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Adams

1

9.1

9.1

9.1

Boulder

3

27.3

27.3

36.4

Denver

5

45.5

45.5

81.8

Jefferson

2

18.2

18.2

100.0

11

100.0

100.0

Total

City-town spent Monday night Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

BOULDER

1

9.1

9.1

9.1

COMMERCE CITY

1

9.1

9.1

18.2

DENVER

5

45.5

45.5

63.6

GOLDEN

1

9.1

9.1

72.7

LAFAYETTE

1

9.1

9.1

81.8

LAKEWOOD

1

9.1

9.1

90.9

LONGMONT

1

9.1

9.1

100.0

11

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_151


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    In past month, anyone in hh receive money from working Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

4

36.4

36.4

36.4

No

7

63.6

63.6

100.0

11

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving SSI-SSDI Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

Percent

11

Valid Percent

100.0

100.0

Percent 100.0

Receiving TANF Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

10

90.9

90.9

90.9

Yes

1

9.1

9.1

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Receiving Food Stamps Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

7

63.6

63.6

63.6

Yes

4

36.4

36.4

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Receiving VA Pension-Benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

10

90.9

90.9

90.9

Yes

1

9.1

9.1

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_152


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Receiving Medicaid-Medicare Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

9

81.8

81.8

81.8

Yes

2

18.2

18.2

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Receiving Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND) Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

11

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent 100.0

Percent 100.0

Receiving any other government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

10

90.9

90.9

90.9

Yes

1

9.1

9.1

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Receiving NO government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

7

63.6

63.6

63.6

Yes

4

36.4

36.4

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Number of government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

0

5

45.5

45.5

45.5

1

4

36.4

36.4

81.8

2

1

9.1

9.1

90.9

3

1

9.1

9.1

100.0

11

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_153


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Receiving any government benefits Cumulative Frequency

Percent

Valid

yes

6

54.5

Missing

System

5

45.5

11

100.0

Total

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-lost job, can't find work Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

8

72.7

72.7

72.7

Yes

3

27.3

27.3

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-have work, wages too low Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

10

90.9

90.9

90.9

Yes

1

9.1

9.1

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-relat or family break-up, death in family Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

9

81.8

81.8

81.8

Yes

2

18.2

18.2

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-abuse or violence in home Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

10

90.9

90.9

90.9

Yes

1

9.1

9.1

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_154


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Why homeless-runaway,throwaway,discharged fr foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

11

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-sexual orientation Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

11

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-discharged from jail, prison, halfway house Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

10

90.9

90.9

90.9

Yes

1

9.1

9.1

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-medical problems incl physical or dev dis Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

10

90.9

90.9

90.9

Yes

1

9.1

9.1

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-eviction,foreclosure Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

9

81.8

81.8

81.8

Yes

2

18.2

18.2

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_155


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Why homeless-housing costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

10

90.9

90.9

90.9

Yes

1

9.1

9.1

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-utility costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

11

Percent

Valid Percent

100.0

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

10

90.9

90.9

90.9

Yes

1

9.1

9.1

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-mental illness,emotional problems Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

10

90.9

90.9

90.9

Yes

1

9.1

9.1

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-other reason Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

11

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent 100.0

Percent 100.0

Appendix_156


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Chronically homeless Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

10

90.9

90.9

90.9

Yes

1

9.1

9.1

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Newly homeless Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

8

72.7

72.7

72.7

Yes

3

27.3

27.3

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Unsheltered Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

10

90.9

90.9

90.9

Yes

1

9.1

9.1

100.0

Total

11

100.0

100.0

Family type * Chronically homeless Crosstabulation Count Chronically homeless no Family type

yes

Total

Single

6

1

7

Single parent with children

3

0

3

1

0

1

10

1

11

under 18 Couple without children Total

   

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_157


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

5. DENVER CITY & COUNTY    DATA FOR RESPONDENTS WHO SPENT MONDAY NIGHT IN A COUNTY OTHER THAN  THE COUNTY THEY REPORTED AS THEIR LAST PERMANENT RESIDENCE 

County of last permanent residence Cumulative Frequency Valid

Denver

257

Percent

Valid Percent

100.0

Percent

100.0

100.0

Family type Cumulative Frequency Valid

Single Single parent with children

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

125

48.6

48.6

48.6

78

30.4

30.4

79.0

35

13.6

13.6

92.6

19

7.4

7.4

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

under 18 Couple with children under 18 Couple without children Total

Households with and without children Cumulative Frequency Valid

household WITHOUT

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

143

55.6

55.6

55.6

household WITH children

114

44.4

44.4

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

children

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_158


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Respondents' age in categories Cumulative Frequency Valid

Teen (13-17) Young Adult (18-25) Adult (26-64)

Missing

Percent

.8

.8

.8

56

21.8

22.5

23.3

185

72.0

74.3

97.6

6

2.3

2.4

100.0

249

96.9

100.0

8

3.1

257

100.0

System

Total

Valid Percent

2

Senior (65 and over) Total

Percent

Gender of respondent Cumulative Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Percent

male

113

44.0

44.7

44.7

female

139

54.1

54.9

99.6

1

.4

.4

100.0

253

98.4

100.0

4

1.6

257

100.0

transgender Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Served in US Armed Forces Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

28

10.9

11.4

11.4

No

218

84.8

88.6

100.0

Total

246

95.7

100.0

11

4.3

257

100.0

System

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_159


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Race/ethnicity Cumulative Frequency Valid

Asian, Pacific Islander

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

1

.4

.4

.4

Black, African American

64

24.9

25.2

25.6

Hispanic, Latino(a), Spanish

65

25.3

25.6

51.2

7

2.7

2.8

53.9

White

80

31.1

31.5

85.4

Mixed race

36

14.0

14.2

99.6

Other

1

.4

.4

100.0

Total

254

98.8

100.0

3

1.2

257

100.0

Native American, Alaska Native

Missing

System

Total

Ever been in foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

46

17.9

18.0

18.0

No

203

79.0

79.6

97.6

6

2.3

2.4

100.0

255

99.2

100.0

2

.8

257

100.0

Don't know Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_160


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Total # of times homeless in last 3 years Cumulative Frequency Valid

Never, not homeless

Valid Percent

Percent

12

4.7

4.8

4.8

One

103

40.1

41.5

46.4

Two

59

23.0

23.8

70.2

Three

29

11.3

11.7

81.9

Four

15

5.8

6.0

87.9

Five or more

30

11.7

12.1

100.0

248

96.5

100.0

9

3.5

257

100.0

Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

How long homeless this time Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

I am not homeless

27

10.5

10.8

10.8

Less than 1 month

36

14.0

14.5

25.3

107

41.6

43.0

68.3

1 to 3 years

52

20.2

20.9

89.2

More than 3 years

26

10.1

10.4

99.6

1

.4

.4

100.0

249

96.9

100.0

8

3.1

257

100.0

More than 1 month but less than 1 year

Don't know Total Missing

System

Total

Does any adult in hh have serious mental illness Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

201

78.2

78.2

78.2

Yes

56

21.8

21.8

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_161


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Does any adult in hh have serious medical or physical condition Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

207

80.5

80.5

80.5

Yes

50

19.5

19.5

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

213

82.9

82.9

82.9

Yes

44

17.1

17.1

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have developmental disability Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

246

95.7

95.7

95.7

Yes

11

4.3

4.3

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have HIV-AIDS Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

253

98.4

98.4

98.4

4

1.6

1.6

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have other risk factor Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

255

99.2

99.2

99.2

2

.8

.8

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_162


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Where did hh spend Monday night, Jan 24 2011 Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Emergency shelter

28

10.9

11.0

11.0

Domestic violence shelter

13

5.1

5.1

16.1

5

1.9

2.0

18.0

Hotel, motel paid for by self

30

11.7

11.8

29.8

Hotel, motel paid for by

12

4.7

4.7

34.5

71

27.6

27.8

62.4

2

.8

.8

63.1

Hospital

3

1.2

1.2

64.3

Halfway house

4

1.6

1.6

65.9

Substance abuse treatment

9

3.5

3.5

69.4

2

.8

.8

70.2

62

24.1

24.3

94.5

Section 8 housing

2

.8

.8

95.3

Own apt or house

12

4.7

4.7

100.0

255

99.2

100.0

2

.8

257

100.0

On the street, under a bridge, abandoned bldg, car, etc

others,vouchers Temporarily with family or friends Permanent supportive housing

program Jail, prison Time-limited transitional housing

Total Missing

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_163


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

County spent Monday night Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Adams

65

25.3

25.3

25.3

Arapahoe

87

33.9

33.9

59.1

Boulder

27

10.5

10.5

69.6

Broomfield

5

1.9

1.9

71.6

Douglas

4

1.6

1.6

73.2

Jefferson

69

26.8

26.8

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

City-town spent Monday night Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

ARVADA

10

3.9

4.0

4.0

AURORA

68

26.5

27.1

31.1

BOULDER

18

7.0

7.2

38.2

BRIGHTON

5

1.9

2.0

40.2

BROOMFIELD

5

1.9

2.0

42.2

CASTLE ROCK

2

.8

.8

43.0

CENTENNIAL

1

.4

.4

43.4

COMMERCE CITY

16

6.2

6.4

49.8

ENGLEWOOD

22

8.6

8.8

58.6

FEDERAL HEIGHTS

1

.4

.4

59.0

GOLDEN

2

.8

.8

59.8

HENDERSON

2

.8

.8

60.6

LAFAYETTE

3

1.2

1.2

61.8

LAKEWOOD

52

20.2

20.7

82.5

LITTLETON

12

4.7

4.8

87.3

LONGMONT

5

1.9

2.0

89.2

MORRISON

1

.4

.4

89.6

NORTHGLENN

1

.4

.4

90.0

PARKER

2

.8

.8

90.8

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_164


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    SHERIDAN

2

.8

.8

91.6

THORNTON

8

3.1

3.2

94.8

WESTMINSTER

11

4.3

4.4

99.2

WHEAT RIDGE

2

.8

.8

100.0

251

97.7

100.0

6

2.3

257

100.0

Total Missing

1

Total

In past month, anyone in hh receive money from working Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

70

27.2

27.8

27.8

No

182

70.8

72.2

100.0

Total

252

98.1

100.0

5

1.9

257

100.0

System

Total

Receiving SSI-SSDI Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

216

84.0

84.0

84.0

Yes

41

16.0

16.0

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Receiving TANF Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

232

90.3

90.3

90.3

Yes

25

9.7

9.7

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_165


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Receiving Food Stamps Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

139

54.1

54.1

54.1

Yes

118

45.9

45.9

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Receiving VA Pension-Benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

251

97.7

97.7

97.7

6

2.3

2.3

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Receiving Medicaid-Medicare Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

187

72.8

72.8

72.8

Yes

70

27.2

27.2

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Receiving Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND) Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

245

95.3

95.3

95.3

Yes

12

4.7

4.7

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Receiving any other government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

249

96.9

96.9

96.9

8

3.1

3.1

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_166


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Receiving NO government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Percent

No

182

70.8

71.1

71.1

yes

74

28.8

28.9

100.0

256

99.6

100.0

1

.4

257

100.0

Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

Number of government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

0

90

35.0

35.0

35.0

1

84

32.7

32.7

67.7

2

55

21.4

21.4

89.1

3

26

10.1

10.1

99.2

4

2

.8

.8

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving any government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

yes

Missing

System

Total

Percent

167

65.0

90

35.0

257

100.0

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-lost job, can't find work Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

157

61.1

61.1

61.1

Yes

100

38.9

38.9

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_167


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Why homeless-have work, wages too low Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

240

93.4

93.4

93.4

Yes

17

6.6

6.6

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-relat or family break-up, death in family Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

204

79.4

79.4

79.4

Yes

53

20.6

20.6

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-abuse or violence in home Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

223

86.8

86.8

86.8

Yes

34

13.2

13.2

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-runaway,throwaway,discharged fr foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

248

96.5

96.5

96.5

9

3.5

3.5

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-sexual orientation Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

253

98.4

98.4

98.4

4

1.6

1.6

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_168


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Why homeless-discharged from jail, prison, halfway house Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

223

86.8

86.8

86.8

Yes

34

13.2

13.2

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-medical problems incl physical or dev dis Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

229

89.1

89.1

89.1

Yes

28

10.9

10.9

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-eviction,foreclosure Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

219

85.2

85.2

85.2

Yes

38

14.8

14.8

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-housing costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

212

82.5

82.5

82.5

Yes

45

17.5

17.5

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-utility costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

243

94.6

94.6

94.6

Yes

14

5.4

5.4

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_169


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Why homeless-alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

230

89.5

89.5

89.5

Yes

27

10.5

10.5

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-mental illness,emotional problems Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

230

89.5

89.5

89.5

Yes

27

10.5

10.5

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-other reason Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

245

95.3

95.3

95.3

Yes

12

4.7

4.7

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Chronically homeless Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

243

94.6

94.6

94.6

Yes

14

5.4

5.4

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Newly homeless Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

191

74.3

74.3

74.3

Yes

66

25.7

25.7

100.0

Total

257

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_170


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Unsheltered Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

252

98.1

98.1

98.1

5

1.9

1.9

100.0

257

100.0

100.0

Family type * Chronically homeless Crosstabulation Count Chronically homeless no Family type

Single Single parent with children

yes

Total

117

8

125

77

1

78

34

1

35

15

4

19

243

14

257

under 18 Couple with children under 18 Couple without children Total

                             

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_171


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

6. DOUGLAS COUNTY    DATA FOR RESPONDENTS WHO SPENT MONDAY NIGHT IN A COUNTY OTHER THAN  THE COUNTY THEY REPORTED AS THEIR LAST PERMANENT RESIDENCE    County of last permanent residence Cumulative Frequency Valid

Douglas

34

Percent

Valid Percent

100.0

Percent

100.0

100.0

Family type Cumulative Frequency Valid

Single Single parent with children

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

27

79.4

79.4

79.4

4

11.8

11.8

91.2

2

5.9

5.9

97.1

1

2.9

2.9

100.0

34

100.0

100.0

under 18 Couple with children under 18 Couple without children Total

Households with and without children Cumulative Frequency Valid

household WITHOUT

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

28

82.4

82.4

82.4

6

17.6

17.6

100.0

34

100.0

100.0

children household WITH children Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_172


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Respondents' age in categories Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Young Adult (18-25)

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

7

20.6

21.9

21.9

Adult (26-64)

25

73.5

78.1

100.0

Total

32

94.1

100.0

2

5.9

34

100.0

System

Total

Gender of respondent Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Male

17

50.0

50.0

50.0

female

17

50.0

50.0

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Served in US Armed Forces Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

5

14.7

15.2

15.2

No

28

82.4

84.8

100.0

Total

33

97.1

100.0

1

2.9

34

100.0

System

Total

Race/ethnicity Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Black, African American

5

14.7

14.7

14.7

Hispanic, Latino(a), Spanish

3

8.8

8.8

23.5

25

73.5

73.5

97.1

1

2.9

2.9

100.0

34

100.0

100.0

White Mixed race Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_173


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Ever been in foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

4

11.8

11.8

11.8

No

29

85.3

85.3

97.1

1

2.9

2.9

100.0

34

100.0

100.0

Don't know Total

Total # of times homeless in last 3 years Cumulative Frequency Valid

Never, not homeless

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

2

5.9

5.9

5.9

One

11

32.4

32.4

38.2

Two

11

32.4

32.4

70.6

Three

3

8.8

8.8

79.4

Four

3

8.8

8.8

88.2

Five or more

4

11.8

11.8

100.0

34

100.0

100.0

Total

How long homeless this time Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

I am not homeless

3

8.8

8.8

8.8

Less than 1 month

5

14.7

14.7

23.5

17

50.0

50.0

73.5

1 to 3 years

7

20.6

20.6

94.1

More than 3 years

1

2.9

2.9

97.1

Don't know

1

2.9

2.9

100.0

34

100.0

100.0

More than 1 month but less than 1 year

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_174


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Does any adult in hh have serious mental illness Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

21

61.8

61.8

61.8

Yes

13

38.2

38.2

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have serious medical or physical condition Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

24

70.6

70.6

70.6

Yes

10

29.4

29.4

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

24

70.6

70.6

70.6

Yes

10

29.4

29.4

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have developmental disability Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

32

94.1

94.1

94.1

Yes

2

5.9

5.9

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have HIV-AIDS Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

34

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent 100.0

Percent 100.0

Appendix_175


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Does any adult in hh have other risk factor Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

Percent

34

Valid Percent

100.0

Percent

100.0

100.0

Where did hh spend Monday night, Jan 24 2011 Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Emergency shelter

4

11.8

11.8

11.8

Domestic violence shelter

1

2.9

2.9

14.7

Hotel, motel paid for by self

2

5.9

5.9

20.6

Hotel, motel paid for by

2

5.9

5.9

26.5

9

26.5

26.5

52.9

3

8.8

8.8

61.8

12

35.3

35.3

97.1

1

2.9

2.9

100.0

34

100.0

100.0

others,vouchers Temporarily with family or friends Substance abuse treatment program Time-limited transitional housing Own apt or house Total

County spent Monday night Cumulative Frequency Valid

Adams

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

2

5.9

5.9

5.9

Arapahoe

12

35.3

35.3

41.2

Denver

16

47.1

47.1

88.2

4

11.8

11.8

100.0

34

100.0

100.0

Jefferson Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_176


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

City-town spent Monday night Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

AURORA

4

11.8

11.8

11.8

CENTENNIAL

1

2.9

2.9

14.7

16

47.1

47.1

61.8

ENGLEWOOD

3

8.8

8.8

70.6

EVERGREEN

1

2.9

2.9

73.5

LAKEWOOD

3

8.8

8.8

82.4

LITTLETON

6

17.6

17.6

100.0

34

100.0

100.0

DENVER

Total

In past month, anyone in hh receive money from working Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

13

38.2

38.2

38.2

No

21

61.8

61.8

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Receiving SSI-SSDI Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

27

79.4

79.4

79.4

Yes

7

20.6

20.6

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Receiving TANF Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

34

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent 100.0

Percent 100.0

Appendix_177


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Receiving Food Stamps Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

22

64.7

64.7

64.7

Yes

12

35.3

35.3

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Receiving VA Pension-Benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

34

Percent

Valid Percent

100.0

100.0

Percent 100.0

Receiving Medicaid-Medicare Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

25

73.5

73.5

73.5

Yes

9

26.5

26.5

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Receiving Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND) Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

32

94.1

94.1

94.1

Yes

2

5.9

5.9

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Receiving any other government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

32

94.1

94.1

94.1

Yes

2

5.9

5.9

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_178


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Receiving NO government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

21

61.8

61.8

61.8

Yes

13

38.2

38.2

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Number of government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

0

15

44.1

44.1

44.1

1

9

26.5

26.5

70.6

2

7

20.6

20.6

91.2

3

3

8.8

8.8

100.0

34

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving any government benefits Cumulative Frequency

Percent

Valid

yes

19

55.9

Missing

System

15

44.1

34

100.0

Total

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-lost job, can't find work Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

17

50.0

50.0

50.0

Yes

17

50.0

50.0

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-have work, wages too low Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

31

91.2

91.2

91.2

Yes

3

8.8

8.8

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_179


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Why homeless-relat or family break-up, death in family Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

25

73.5

73.5

73.5

Yes

9

26.5

26.5

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-abuse or violence in home Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

32

94.1

94.1

94.1

Yes

2

5.9

5.9

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-runaway,throwaway,discharged fr foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

31

91.2

91.2

91.2

Yes

3

8.8

8.8

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-sexual orientation Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

34

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-discharged from jail, prison, halfway house Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

30

88.2

88.2

88.2

Yes

4

11.8

11.8

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_180


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Why homeless-medical problems incl physical or dev dis Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

29

85.3

85.3

85.3

Yes

5

14.7

14.7

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-eviction,foreclosure Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

28

82.4

82.4

82.4

Yes

6

17.6

17.6

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-housing costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

22

64.7

64.7

64.7

Yes

12

35.3

35.3

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-utility costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

28

82.4

82.4

82.4

Yes

6

17.6

17.6

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

24

70.6

70.6

70.6

Yes

10

29.4

29.4

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_181


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Why homeless-mental illness,emotional problems Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

24

70.6

70.6

70.6

Yes

10

29.4

29.4

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-other reason Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

31

91.2

91.2

91.2

Yes

3

8.8

8.8

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Chronically homeless Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

33

97.1

97.1

97.1

Yes

1

2.9

2.9

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Newly homeless Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

No

24

70.6

70.6

70.6

Yes

10

29.4

29.4

100.0

Total

34

100.0

100.0

Unsheltered Cumulative Frequency Valid

No

34

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent 100.0

Percent 100.0

Appendix_182


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Family type * Chronically homeless Crosstabulation Count Chronically homeless no Family type

Single Single parent with children

yes

Total

26

1

27

4

0

4

2

0

2

1

0

1

33

1

34

under 18 Couple with children under 18 Couple without children Total

                                             

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_183


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

7. JEFFERSON COUNTY    DATA FOR RESPONDENTS WHO SPENT MONDAY NIGHT IN A COUNTY OTHER THAN  THE COUNTY THEY REPORTED AS THEIR LAST PERMANENT RESIDENCE    County of last permanent residence Cumulative Frequency Valid

Jefferson

193

Percent

Valid Percent

100.0

Percent

100.0

100.0

Family type Cumulative Frequency Valid

Single Single parent with children

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

101

52.3

52.3

52.3

58

30.1

30.1

82.4

19

9.8

9.8

92.2

15

7.8

7.8

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

under 18 Couple with children under 18 Couple without children Total

Households with and without children Cumulative Frequency Valid

household WITHOUT

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

115

59.6

59.6

59.6

78

40.4

40.4

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

children household WITH children Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_184


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Respondents' age in categories Cumulative Frequency Valid

Young Adult (18-25) Adult (26-64) Senior (65 and over) Total

Missing

System

Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

24

12.4

12.8

12.8

162

83.9

86.6

99.5

1

.5

.5

100.0

187

96.9

100.0

6

3.1

193

100.0

Gender of respondent Cumulative Frequency Valid

male female transgender Total

Missing

System

Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

101

52.3

52.9

52.9

89

46.1

46.6

99.5

1

.5

.5

100.0

191

99.0

100.0

2

1.0

193

100.0

Served in US Armed Forces Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

29

15.0

15.0

15.0

No

164

85.0

85.0

100.0

Total

193

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Race/ethnicity Cumulative Frequency Valid

Asian, Pacific Islander

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

3

1.6

1.6

1.6

Black, African American

14

7.3

7.3

8.9

Hispanic, Latino(a), Spanish

27

14.0

14.1

22.9

3

1.6

1.6

24.5

127

65.8

66.1

90.6

18

9.3

9.4

100.0

192

99.5

100.0

1

.5

193

100.0

Native American, Alaska Native White Mixed race Total Missing

System

Total

Ever been in foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

19

9.8

9.8

9.8

No

174

90.2

90.2

100.0

Total

193

100.0

100.0

Total # of times homeless in last 3 years Cumulative Frequency Valid

Valid Percent

Percent

Never, not homeless

11

5.7

5.8

5.8

One

78

40.4

41.3

47.1

Two

47

24.4

24.9

72.0

Three

28

14.5

14.8

86.8

Four

7

3.6

3.7

90.5

18

9.3

9.5

100.0

189

97.9

100.0

4

2.1

193

100.0

Five or more Total Missing

Percent

System

Total

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    How long homeless this time Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

I am not homeless

11

5.7

5.8

5.8

Less than 1 month

28

14.5

14.7

20.5

More than 1 month but less

99

51.3

52.1

72.6

1 to 3 years

36

18.7

18.9

91.6

More than 3 years

14

7.3

7.4

98.9

2

1.0

1.1

100.0

190

98.4

100.0

3

1.6

193

100.0

than 1 year

Don't know Total Missing

System

Total

Does any adult in hh have serious mental illness Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

146

75.6

75.6

75.6

yes

47

24.4

24.4

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

Does any adult in hh have serious medical or physical condition Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

149

77.2

77.2

77.2

yes

44

22.8

22.8

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

Does any adult in hh have alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

140

72.5

72.5

72.5

yes

53

27.5

27.5

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Does any adult in hh have developmental disability Cumulative Frequency Valid

No Yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

187

96.9

96.9

96.9

6

3.1

3.1

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Does any adult in hh have HIV-AIDS Cumulative Frequency Valid

no

193

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent 100.0

Percent 100.0

Does any adult in hh have other risk factor Cumulative Frequency Valid

no yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

192

99.5

99.5

99.5

1

.5

.5

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Where did hh spend Monday night, Jan 24 2011 Cumulative Frequency Valid

Emergency shelter

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

57

29.5

30.2

30.2

5

2.6

2.6

32.8

12

6.2

6.3

39.2

Hotel, motel paid for by self

5

2.6

2.6

41.8

Hotel, motel paid for by

5

2.6

2.6

44.4

9

4.7

4.8

49.2

23

11.9

12.2

61.4

2

1.0

1.1

62.4

Hospital

2

1.0

1.1

63.5

Halfway house

2

1.0

1.1

64.6

Substance abuse treatment

6

3.1

3.2

67.7

2

1.0

1.1

68.8

53

27.5

28.0

96.8

Section 8 housing

1

.5

.5

97.4

Own apt or house

5

2.6

2.6

100.0

189

97.9

100.0

4

2.1

193

100.0

Domestic violence shelter On the street, under a bridge, abandoned bldg, car, etc

others,vouchers Youth shelter Temporarily with family or friends Permanent supportive housing

program Jail, prison Time-limited transitional housing

Total Missing

System

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    County spent Monday night Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Adams

13

6.7

6.7

6.7

Arapahoe

16

8.3

8.3

15.0

Boulder

12

6.2

6.2

21.2

3

1.6

1.6

22.8

148

76.7

76.7

99.5

1

.5

.5

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Broomfield Denver Douglas Total

City-town spent Monday night Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

ARVADA

1

.5

.5

.5

AURORA

4

2.1

2.1

2.6

BOULDER

10

5.2

5.2

7.8

BRIGHTON

2

1.0

1.0

8.8

BROOMFIELD

3

1.6

1.6

10.4

COMMERCE CITY

2

1.0

1.0

11.4

148

76.7

76.7

88.1

10

5.2

5.2

93.3

LITTLETON

3

1.6

1.6

94.8

LONGMONT

2

1.0

1.0

95.9

PARKER

1

.5

.5

96.4

WESTMINSTER

7

3.6

3.6

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

DENVER ENGLEWOOD

Total

In past month, anyone in hh receive money from working Cumulative Frequency Valid

Missing Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

Yes

51

26.4

26.7

26.7

No

140

72.5

73.3

100.0

Total

191

99.0

100.0

2

1.0

193

100.0

System

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Receiving SSI-SSDI Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

175

90.7

90.7

90.7

yes

18

9.3

9.3

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving TANF Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

180

93.3

93.3

93.3

yes

13

6.7

6.7

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving Food Stamps Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

104

53.9

53.9

53.9

yes

89

46.1

46.1

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving VA Pension-Benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

no yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

189

97.9

97.9

97.9

4

2.1

2.1

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Receiving Medicaid-Medicare Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

161

83.4

83.4

83.4

yes

32

16.6

16.6

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Receiving Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND) Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

183

94.8

94.8

94.8

yes

10

5.2

5.2

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

Receiving any other government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

no yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

185

95.9

95.9

95.9

8

4.1

4.1

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Receiving NO government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

118

61.1

61.1

61.1

yes

75

38.9

38.9

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

Number of government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

0

79

40.9

40.9

40.9

1

72

37.3

37.3

78.2

2

28

14.5

14.5

92.7

3

11

5.7

5.7

98.4

4

2

1.0

1.0

99.5

5

1

.5

.5

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

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Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Receiving any government benefits Cumulative Frequency Valid

yes

Missing

System

Total

Percent

114

59.1

79

40.9

193

100.0

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-lost job, can't find work Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

106

54.9

54.9

54.9

yes

87

45.1

45.1

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-have work, wages too low Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

179

92.7

92.7

92.7

yes

14

7.3

7.3

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-relat or family break-up, death in family Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

152

78.8

78.8

78.8

yes

41

21.2

21.2

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-abuse or violence in home Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

166

86.0

86.0

86.0

yes

27

14.0

14.0

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

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Appendix_193


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

Why homeless-runaway,throwaway,discharged fr foster care Cumulative Frequency Valid

no yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

192

99.5

99.5

99.5

1

.5

.5

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-sexual orientation Cumulative Frequency Valid

no

193

Percent 100.0

Valid Percent

Percent

100.0

100.0

Why homeless-discharged from jail, prison, halfway house Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

176

91.2

91.2

91.2

yes

17

8.8

8.8

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-medical problems incl physical or dev dis Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

175

90.7

90.7

90.7

yes

18

9.3

9.3

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-eviction,foreclosure Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

152

78.8

78.8

78.8

yes

41

21.2

21.2

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_194


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Why homeless-housing costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

161

83.4

83.4

83.4

yes

32

16.6

16.6

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-utility costs too high Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

182

94.3

94.3

94.3

yes

11

5.7

5.7

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-alcohol or drug abuse Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

156

80.8

80.8

80.8

yes

37

19.2

19.2

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-mental illness,emotional problems Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

171

88.6

88.6

88.6

yes

22

11.4

11.4

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

Why homeless-other reason Cumulative Frequency Valid

no yes Total

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

186

96.4

96.4

96.4

7

3.6

3.6

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_195


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011    Chronically homeless Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

176

91.2

91.2

91.2

yes

17

8.8

8.8

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

Newly homeless Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

136

70.5

70.5

70.5

yes

57

29.5

29.5

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

Unsheltered Cumulative Frequency Valid

Percent

Valid Percent

Percent

no

181

93.8

93.8

93.8

yes

12

6.2

6.2

100.0

193

100.0

100.0

Total

Family type * Chronically homeless Crosstabulation Count Chronically homeless no Family type

yes

Total

Single

90

11

101

Single parent with children

53

5

58

18

1

19

15

0

15

176

17

193

under 18 Couple with children under 18 Couple without children Total

   

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_196


Homeless in Metropolitan Denver                                                                                           Point‐In‐Time Study, 2011   

APPENDIX E  Point‐In‐Time Surveys   

Metropolitan Denver Homeless Initiative

Appendix_197


Agency: _________________________________________ Program: ____________________________________ County: _________________________________ Please complete the following information about yourself: First initial

Middle initial

Month you were born (Circle 1 response):

First 3 letters of last name

1. What is your age? ______ 2. Are you… 1 Male

2

Female 3 Transgender

3. Have you served in the U.S. Armed Forces or were you activated, into active duty, as a member of the National Guard or as a reservist? 1 Yes 2 No 4. Which category best describes your background? (Check only ONE response) 1 Asian/Pacific Islander 2 Black/African American 3 Hispanic/Latino(a)/Spanish 4 Native American/Alaska Native 5 White 6Mixed race 7 Other Describe: ______________________ 5. Are you: (Check only ONE response) 1 A single person (including separated or divorced) 2 A single parent with children under 18 (including separated or divorced) 3 Part of a couple with children under 18 4 Part of a couple without children under 18 5 Other  Describe: ______________________ _______________________________________ 6. Have you ever been in foster care? 1 Yes 2 No 3 Don’t know If yes, have you aged out of foster care in the past 6 months? 1 Yes 2 No 3 Don’t know

Jan Jul

Feb Aug

Mar Sep

Apr Oct

May Nov

Jun Dec

8. Including now, what is the total number of times your household has been without a permanent place to live in the last three years? (Check only ONE response) 1 Never, I am NOT homeless 2 One 3 Two 4 Three 5 Four 6 Five or more “Household” can refer to an individual or a family. 9. How long has your household been without a permanent place to live this time? (Check only ONE response) 1 I am NOT homeless 2 Less than 1 month 3 More than 1 month but less than 1 year 4 1 to 3 years 5 More than 3 years 6 Don’t know 10. In the next 7 days, are you being evicted or thrown out of the place you are staying? 1 Yes 2 No 3 Don’t know 10a. In the next 7 days, are you being released from an institution (such as a hospital or jail) and you have no place to go? 1

Yes

2

No

3

Don’t know

7. DO YOU HAVE A PERMANENT PLACE TO LIVE? 1

Yes

2

No

3

Don’t know th

11. Where did your household spend the night of Monday, January 24 , 2011? (Check ONE response) 1 Emergency shelter 8 Permanent supportive housing 2 Domestic violence shelter 9 Hospital 3 On the street, under a bridge, abandoned building, public 10 Halfway house building, car, traveling on a bus, camping out, etc. 11 Juvenile detention 4 Hotel/motel paid for by yourself while looking for housing 12 Substance abuse treatment program 5 Hotel/motel paid for by others/vouchers 13 Jail /prison 6 Youth shelter 14Transitional housing (time-limited) 7 Temporarily with family or friends 15Section 8 housing  If with family or friends, do you have an arrangement 16In your own apartment or house that you rent to stay there permanently? or own? 1  Yes 2 No 3 Don’t know 17Somewhere else  Where?

------PLEASE TURN PAGE OVER-----“Household” can refer to an individual or a family.


12. Including yourself, how many household members regularly live with you and DO NOT HAVE a permanent place to live as of Monday, January 24, 2011? #___________ Please complete the following table for these family members who regularly live with you and DO NOT HAVE a permanent place to live: 13. Age 14. How is this person related to you? (Check one category per person) Person 1

SELF

PERSON ANSWERING SURVEY

Person 2

1

Spouse/partner

2

Son/daughter

3

Grandchild

4

Other relative:

Person 3

1

Spouse/partner

2

Son/daughter

3

Grandchild

4

Other relative:

Person 4

1

Spouse/partner

2

Son/daughter

3

Grandchild

4

Other relative:

Person 5

1

Spouse/partner

2

Son/daughter

3

Grandchild

4

Other relative:

Person 6

1

Spouse/partner

2

Son/daughter

3

Grandchild

4

Other relative:

15. Do you or any adult in your household (eighteen or older) have any of the following: (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY) 1 Serious mental illness 2 Serious medical or physical condition 3 Alcohol or drug abuse 4 Developmental disability 5 HIV/AIDS 6 Other  Describe: ______________________ ________________________________________ 7 NONE of these 16. In what city/town did your household spend the night of Monday, January 24, 2011? _____________________________________ (Fill in city/town name) 17. In what county did your household spend the night of Monday, January 24, 2011? _____________________________________ (Fill in county name) 18. What was the last County, City and State you consider to be your permanent place to live? __________ _______________ County City

__________ State

19. In the past month, have you or anyone else in your household received any money from working? 1 Yes 2 No

20. Are you or anyone else in your household receiving ANY of the following government benefits? (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY) 1 SSI/SSDI 2 TANF 3 Food Stamps 4 VA Pension/Benefits 5 Medicaid/Medicare 6 Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND) 7 Any other government benefit 8 Receiving NO government benefits 21. Why did your household become homeless this time? (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY) 1 I am NOT homeless 2 Lost job/can’t find work 3 Have work but wages are too low 4 Relationship or family break-up/death in family 5 Abuse or violence in your home 6 Runaway/throwaway/discharged from foster care 7 Sexual orientation 8 Discharged from jail, prison or halfway house 9 Medical problems including physical or developmental disability 10 Eviction/foreclosure 11 Housing costs too high 12 Utility costs too high 13 Alcohol or drug abuse problems 14 Mental illness/emotional problems 15 Other reason  Describe: _______________ _____________________________________

END OF SURVEY THANK YOU!

“Household” can refer to an individual or a family.


Agency: _________________________________________ Program: ____________________________________ County: _________________________________ Favor de completar la siguiente información sobre sí mismo: Inicial del 1er nombre

Inicial del 2do nombre

Tres Letras iniciales del apellido

Mes de nacimiento (Marque 1 respuesta)

1. ¿Cuál es su edad? ______ 2. ¿Cuál es su género? 1 Masculino 2 Femenino

3

Transgénico

3. ¿Ha servido en el servicio militar de los E.U.? 1 Si 2 No 4. ¿Cuál categoría única mejor representa su grupo racial? (Marque solo UNA respuesta) 1 Asiático/Islas Pacificas 2 Negro/Afro americano 3 Hispano/Latino/Español 4 Indio Americano/Indígena de Alaska 5 De raza blanca 6 Mezcla 7 Otro Especifique: ______________________ 5. Es Usted: (Marque solo UNA respuesta) 1 Una persona soltera (incluyendo separado o divorciado) 2 Padre soltero con hijo/s menor de 18 años (incluyendo separado o divorciado) 3 Parte de una pareja con hijos menores de 18 anos 4 Parte de una pareja sin hijos menores de 18 anos 5 Otro  Especifique: ______________________ ¿Alguna vez ha estado en cuidado de crianza? 1Si 2 No 3 No se ¿En caso afirmativo ha envejecido de cuidado de crianza en los últimos 6 meses? 1Si 2 No 3 No se

Ene Jul

Feb Ago

Mar Sep

Abr Oct

May Nov

Jun Dic

8. ¿Incluyendo ahora, cuál es el número total de veces que ha estado sin un lugar permanente para vivir en los últimos tres años? (Marque solo UNA respuesta) 1 NO estoy sin vivienda 2 Uno 3 Dos 4 Tres 5 Cuatro 6 Cinco o más 9. ¿Esta Vez, cuanto tiempo ha estado sin un lugar permanente donde vivir? (Marque solo UNA respuesta) 1 No estoy sin vivienda 2 Menos de un mes 3 Más de 1 mes pero menos de 1 ano 4 1 – 3 anos 5 Más de 3 anos 6 No se 10. ¿En la próxima semana, le van a desalojar o botar de lugar donde se está alojando? 1Si 2 No 3 No se 10a. ¿En los próximos 7 días, está usted de ser liberado de una institución (como un hospital o la cárcel) y no tiene a dónde ir? 1Si 2 No 3 No Se

6. ¿Tiene usted un lugar permanente donde vivir? 1 Si 2 No 3 No se 11. ¿Dónde paso la noche de Lunes, 24 de Enero, 2011? (Marque UNA respuesta) 8 1 Refugio de emergencia  Permanente apoyo de vivienda 2 Refugio para víctimas de violencia domestica 9 Hospital 3 En La calle, bajo una Puente, edificio abandonado, edificio 10 Centro de rehabilitación público, carro, viajando por bus, acampando, etc.. 11 Centro de reinserción o detención juvenil 4 Hotel/motel pagado por su cuenta mientras busca vivienda 12 Programa de tratamiento contra abuso de drogas/alcohol 5 Hotel/motel pagado por otros/por certificado (vouchers) 13 Cárcel/Prisión 6 Refugio para juveniles 14Vivienda de transición (Tiempo limitado) 15 7 Temporalmente con familia o amigos  Sección 8 de vivienda 16  En su propio apartamento o casa que alquilan o  ¿Si con familia o amigos tiene arreglado quedarse allí son propietarios permanentemente? 17Algún otro lugar  ¿Donde? 1 Si 2 No 3 No Se "Hogar" puede referir a un individuo o una familia. “


12. ¿Incluido usted, cuántos miembros del hogar regularmente viven con usted y no tienen un lugar permanente para vivir a partir del Lunes, 24 de enero 2011? #___________ Favor de completar la siguiente matriz para LOS FAMILIARES QUENES ESTAN CON USTED Y QUE TAMBIEN ESTAN SIN UN LUGAR PERMANENTE DONDE VIVIR.: 13. Edad 14. Que es el parentesco de esta persona a Usted? (Marque una categoría por persona) Persona 1

Si Mismo

Persona 2

1

Esposo/pareja

2

Hijo/a

3

Nieto/a

4

Otro familiar:

Persona 3

1

Esposo/pareja

2

Hijo/a

3

Nieto/a

4

Otro familiar:

Persona 4

1

Esposo/pareja

2

Hijo/a

3

Nieto/a

4

Otro familiar:

Persona 5

1

Esposo/pareja

2

Hijo/a

3

Nieto/a

4

Otro familiar:

Persona 6

1

Esposo/pareja

2

Hijo/a

3

Nieto/a

4

Otro familiar:

15. Piensa Usted que tiene o le han dicho que tiene: (Lea cada línea y MARQUE TODOS QUE SEAN PERTINENTE) 1 Enfermedad mental seria 2 Condición seria sea médica o física 3 Abuso de alcohol o drogas 4 Incapacidad en el desarrollo 5 VIH/SIDA (HIV/AIDS) 6 Otro  Especifique: ______________________ ________________________________________ 7 NINGUNO de estos 16. ¿En que cuidad/pueblo paso la noche de Lunes, 24 de Enero del 2011? _____________________________________ (Llenar el nombre de la cuidad/Pueblo) 17. ¿En qué condado paso la noche de Lunes, 24 de enero del 2011? _____________________________________ (Llenar el nombre del condado 18. ¿Cuál fue el último Condado, Cuidad y Estado que Usted considero su lugar permanente de vivir? __________ _______________ Condado Cuidad

__________ Estado

19. ¿Durante el último mes, Usted o cualquier otra persona en su familia recibió ingreso debido al trabajo? 1 Si 2 No

20. ¿Usted o cualquier otra persona en su familia está recibiendo CUALQUIER de los siguientes beneficios de gobierno? (Lea cada línea y MARQUE TODOS QUE SEAN PERTINENTE) 1

SSI/SSDI TANF 3 Estampillas (Food Stamps) 4 Asistencia para Veteranos 5 Medicaid/Medicare 6 Ayuda a los necesitados y discapacitados (AND) 7 Algún otro beneficio del gobierno 8 NO está recibiendo beneficios del gobierno 2

21. ¿Porque esta sin vivienda esta vez? (Marque todos que sean pertinente) 1 No estoy sin vivienda 2 Perdió el trabajo/no encuentra trabajo 3 Tiene trabajo pero el sueldo es muy bajo 4 Pariente/familia disolvió/muerte en la familia 5 Abuso o violencia en su hogar 6 Huyo/desalojo/dieron de alta de la casa de crianza 7 orientación sexual 8 Liberaron de cárcel, prisión o centro de reinserción 9 Problemas médicos incluyendo físico o de incapacidad en el desarrollo 10 Desalojamiento/juicio hipotecario 11 El costo de vivienda está muy alto 12 El costo de servicios públicos está muy alto 13 Problema de abuso con alcohol o drogas 14 Enfermedad mental/problemas emocional 15 Otra razón  Especifique: _______________ _____________________________________

FIN DE LA ENCUESTA ¡GRACIAS!

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