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2022 PASADENA
HOMELESS COUNT

While the exact number of people without homes at any given time fluctuates, the 2022 Homeless Count reveals a leveling off in the number of people experiencing homelessness over the past three years.

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512

Unhoused 

neighbors

66%

were residents for an average of 18 years

33%

of people are Black

44%

of people are Latinx

Homelessness 
Continues to Level Off

While the exact number of people without homes at any given time fluctuates, the general trend reveals a leveling off over the past three years with minimal changes.

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Racial & Ethnic Disparities Remain

People of color, particularly Black and Latinx, continue to be disproportionately represented among people experiencing homelessness in Pasadena.

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PASADENA'S APPROACH

The homelessness crisis cannot be resolved without acknowledging that homes are what solve homelessness.

Priority Populations

Pasadena tracks the impacts of homelessness on particularly vulnerable groups as well as those disproportionately impacted by homelessness.

About the Count

The Pasadena Homeless Count is a one-day count and survey of people living outdoors and in temporary shelters. The count helps to inform policy for the Pasadena Continuum of Care.

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ANALYSIS.