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June Housing Placement

How’s Nashville partners exceeded the June-goal of assisting people experiencing chronic homelessness with permanent housing. Our goal was to help 64 people obtain housing and we actually assisted 67.

At this time last year, we maintained an average housing placement rate of 44 people per month. In comparison, since we launched the current 2016 by 2016 campaign in January, we assist on average 54 people who experience chronic homelessness with housing.

It is important to understand that How’s Nashville is a collaboration that includes most of our community service provider agencies who mainly work with people experiencing homelessness. Therefore, the numbers the How’s Nashville partners report out are trying to capture the housing placement rate at a community level.

735 People Housed

We just posted our newest housing placement report.

Since June 2014 through October 1, Nashville, as a community, has assisted 735 people who have experienced chronic and/or vulnerable homelessness with permanent housing.

Let’s be clear, this is a community-wide housing number that includes people who obtained housing with assistance from How’s Nashville campaign and people who did not receive specific assistance through the campaign. However, we are proud to say that most of the agencies who report their numbers to us are active partners in the How’s Nashville campaign.

What’s more, since the launch of the How’s Nashville campaign in June 2014, Nashville’s housing placement rate for people who have experienced chronic homelessness has more than doubled. Prior to How’s Nashville our community’s monthly housing placement rate was 19 people per month. Now it averages 46 people per month.

Review our October housing placement report.