PHILADELPHIA — The U.S. Housing and Urban Development Mid-Atlantic Regional Administrator Joe DeFelice announced on Wednesday that veteran homelessness has decreased 14.6 percent in Maryland.
According to HUD, the state estimate has dropped more than 46 percent since 2010. This year’s estimate finds 37,085 veterans experienced homelessness in January 2019, compared to 37,878 reported in January 2018.
Their Annual Homeless Assessment Report states that the total number of reported veterans experiencing homelessness in the nation continues to decline.
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