Estimated number of homeless people, by shelter status, per 100,000 people in the total population. Sheltered homeless are those staying in emergency shelters or transitional housing programs. Unsheltered homeless are those 'sleeping rough' (e.g. sleeping in parks). Figures correspond to 'point-in-time' estimates obtained by counting homeless people in late January of each year. Total population figures correspond to July.
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