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Homeless Individuals and Families by Region, 2012
Coalition Counties IndividualsFamilies with Children
Big Bend Leon-Franklin-Gadsden-Jefferson-Liberty-Madison-Taylor-Wakulla 779 688
Brevard Brevard 1519 895
Broward Broward 2770 796
Central Florida Orange-Osceola-Seminole 3296 4647
Charlotte Charlotte 632 250
Collier Collier 421 570
EscaRosa Escambia-Santa Rosa 978 1395
Heartland De Soto-Glades-Hendry-Hardee-Highlands-Okeechobee 712 1040
Hillsborough Hillsborough 4873 2389
Jacksonville Clay-Duval-Nassau 2510 1140
Lee Lee 749 527
Marion Marion 1003 987
Miami-Dade Miami-Dade 2902 2103
Mid-Florida Citrus-Hernando-Lake-Sumter 1673 2164
North Central Alachua, Putnam, Bradford, Levy, Gilchrist 1653 853
NW Florida Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Washington 432 847
Okaloosa/Walton Okaloosa-Walton 1041 848
Palm Beach Palm Beach 1770 577
Pasco Pasco 1485 1222
Pinellas Pinellas 3207 1518
Polk and Tri-County Polk 960 954
Monroe Monroe 818 154
St. Johns St. Johns 1047 329
Suncoast Manatee-Sarasota 960 1055
Suwannee Columbia-Hamilton-Lafayette-Suwannee 941 751
Treasure Coast Indian River-Martin-St. Lucie 967 491
Volusia/Flagler Flagler-Volusia 2379 1192
Total 42477 30382
Notes:  Estimates the number of homeless individuals and families based on local homeless coalitions' 2012 point-in-time surveys and county school districts' identification of homeless students. Point-in-time counts include people in emergency shelters, transitional housing, and unsheltered locations, while school data are used to identify families and unaccompanied youth who are doubled up with others or living in hotels or motels. Homeless "individuals" include single adults, unaccompanied youth, married adults without children, and family groups composed of minors (e.g. adolescent parents with children, sibling groups without an accompanying adult). "Families" refers to households including adults and related children, mostly parents with children.
Sources:  U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 2012 Point-in-Time Estimates of Homelessness: Volume I of the 2012 Annual Homeless Assessment Report, December 2012 . Florida Department of Education, Bureau of Student Assistance, Homeless Students Identified in Florida, 2011-2012