The Rhode Island Coalition to End Homelessness works collaboratively with advocates, providers, and faith-based organizations to create and advance lasting solutions to prevent and end homelessness. Notably, the Coalition, alongside advocates and constituents, lobbied and successfully passed the country’s first Homeless Bill of Rights in June of 2012.
Day to day the Coalition runs lead on the state’s Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) and the permanent housing placement end of the Coordinated Entry System (CES) as well as the call center (available 365 days). We organize legal clinics for constituents, facilitates training sessions, and cohere advocates.
The data displayed above was pulled on June 6, 2023. It represents the first step in an ongoing data project here on our website, check back soon for a more in-depth look at the numbers and statistics surrounding homelessness in RI.