Our State of Homelessness findings for 2022 remain as stark as ever - 1,577 Rhode Islanders (individuals, couples, and families) experienced homelessness on January 26, 2022 (our last “Point in Time” count). Today, there is an average wait of over one month for individuals and families seeking shelter. The solution is simple: we need more housing.
This will be the first year we will host the State of Homelessness event to present and highlight local and state-wide data on homelessness gathered by our staff and coalition partners on Monday, November 14th beginning at 5pm, at the CIC Providence building located at 225 Dyer Street in Providence.
The event was streamed on our Facebook, you can watch the recording here.
You can watch a recording of last year's address here
Learn more about out 2022 "Point in Time" Count.
The 2022 State of Homelessness is sponsored by:
Congressman David Cicilline
Rhode Island Senator Joshua Miller
Feel free to get in touch with the Development & Communication Coordinator, Juan with any questions or interest in sponsoring next year's event.
Development & Communication Coordinator