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Continuum. UNSHELTERED. UNSHELTERED. SHELTERED. DOUBLED UP. HOTEL/MOTEL. UNSHELTERED. SHELTERED. 4,388. Homeless or unstably housed students. HMIS CMS. CMS. HMIS. How many children in families receive services from both systems?. ID: 736764

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Housing

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Continuum

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Continuum

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Continuum

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UNSHELTERED

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UNSHELTERED

SHELTERED

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DOUBLED UP

HOTEL/MOTEL

UNSHELTERED

SHELTERED

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4,388

Homeless or unstably housed students

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HMIS + CMS

CMS

HMIS

How many children in families receive services from both systems?

The Institute for Social Capital integrates (links across) the two datasets so that overlap can be examined.

Literally homeless + housing instability

Literally homeless (ES + TH)

?

Institute for Social Capital

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HMIS (ES/TH) children in families

CMS students

444

Students in ES/TH

and

MKV

 

 

711 HMIS

(ES/TH) children in families enrolled in CMS

3,944

MKV students

not in ES/TH*

267

Students in ES/TH but

not

MKV

 

38%

of homeless students not connected to MKV services

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Continuum

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30%Pre-tax income

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Not a perfect measure

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EXTREMELY

LOW-INCOME

VERY

LOW-INCOME

LOW

INCOME

$33,500

$53,600

MODERATE

INCOME

>$24,300

$80,400

>

80,400

NOT

LOW-INCOME

What this looks like for a family of 4

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EXTREMELY

LOW-INCOME

VERY

LOW-INCOME

LOW

INCOME

$33,500

$53,600

MODERATE

INCOME

>$24,300

$80,400

>

80,400

NOT

LOW-INCOME

What this looks like for a family of 4

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EXTREMELY

LOW-INCOME

VERY

LOW-INCOME

LOW

INCOME

$33,500

$53,600

MODERATE

INCOME

>$24,300

$80,400

>

80,400

NOT

LOW-INCOME

What this looks like for a family of 4

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EXTREMELY

LOW-INCOME

VERY

LOW-INCOME

LOW

INCOME

$33,500

$53,600

MODERATE

INCOME

>$24,300

$80,400

>

80,400

NOT

LOW-INCOME

What this looks like for a family of 4

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EXTREMELY

LOW-INCOME

VERY

LOW-INCOME

LOW

INCOME

$33,500

$53,600

MODERATE

INCOME

>$24,300

$80,400

>

80,400

NOT

LOW-INCOME

What this looks like for a family of 4

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$7.25/

hr

2 bedroom unit

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92

$7.25/

hr

2 bedroom unit

hours

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Challenges exist for

affordable housing

development in Charlotte-Mecklenburg

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Housing prices are increasing

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Housing prices are increasing

Wages are not keeping pace

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Housing prices are increasing

Wages are not keeping pace

Population is increasing

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Housing prices are increasing

Wages are not keeping pace

Population is increasing

109

average daily growth

of Charlotte

MSA from

April 1, 2010

to

July

1, 2015

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Housing prices are increasing

Wages are not keeping pace

Population is increasing

21%

from 2010 to 2030

Commuting zone

Conservative estimate

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Housing prices are increasing

Wages are not keeping pace

Population is increasing

47%

from 2010 to 2030

Moderate estimate

Commuting zone

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Housing prices are increasing

Wages are not keeping pace

Majority of low-income renters are cost burdened

Population is increasing

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90%

of ELI

households

Mecklenburg

County, 2013

Housing prices are increasing

Wages are not keeping pace

Majority of low-income renters are cost burdened

Population is increasing

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Disparities of opportunity along race and economic lines exist

Housing prices are increasing

Wages are not keeping pace

Majority of low-income renters are cost burdened

Population is increasing

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Challenges in

Charlotte-Mecklenburg

$

Financial feasibility

Long-term affordability

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Thank you


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