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2019 summer snapshot homelessness in the tri-city area

Fredericton During the summer 126 people

accessed an emergency shelter Fredericton has a total of emergency shelter beds

Emergency shelters had a combined occupancy rate

78%

37

79

moncton Moncton has a total of emergency shelter beds

90

199

During the summer people accessed an emergency shelter*

134

emergency shelters had a combined occupancy rate

76%

people sleeping rough (based on outreach numbers collected Sept 3rd)

saint john

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During the summer Saint John has a total of People accessed an emergency shelter emergency beds shelter

37

people sleeping rough (based on outreach numbers collected on Sept 5th)

170

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This data covers the period of June 1, 2019 to August 31, 2019. Shelter statistics are drawn from HIFIS (a homelessness data management software managed by the Human DEvelopment Council). Rough sleeping numbers are drawn from outreach statistics in Fredericton and moncton and the by-name list in saint john. For more information on homelessness in new brunswick, visit www.sjhdc.ca.

Emergency shelters had a combined occupancy rate

101%

people sleeping rough

(based on By-Name List data collected Sept 5th)