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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The State of Texas Homelessness According to a 2013 report, the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) reported that people experienced homelessness in Texas that year. 6,000 2,000 double click to change this title text! 5% For a state that supposedly the economic recession, these numbers are . avoided This means that of the total US population that experienced homelessness were registered as homeless in Texas. unacceptable In order to assist Texas' most vulnerablecitizens, local agencies must dedicateresources to both addressing the immediatestresses that confront populations experiencing homelessness and the systemicissues that force people into a state of homelessness by focusing on proven, innovative solutions: Housing First. Transit-Oriented Development. Keep Texas Housed Diversifying existing housingstock. individuals were registered as chronically homeless. Finally, youths spent a period without a permanent residence. Of that total population, families experienced homelessness. 9,000 Promoting reliance on coordinated accessand HMIS. Relaxing obtrusize zoning restrictions. Easing restrictions on home loans for low incomefamilies. Decriminalizing common activities associated with homelessness. Budget cuts to publichousing and psychiatric services and a low federal minimum wage have ensured that modernAmerican homelessness is more than ever before.This national trend is currently beingwitnessed with tragic results in Texas. pervasive 30,000
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