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Transitional and Permanent Housing Supply by Continuum of Care Region, 2015
Individuals Families
CoC Number Counties Transitional Housing Beds: HIC Total Individual PSH beds (AHI + HIC) Permanent Supportive Housing Level of Effort Transitional Housing Units: HIC Total Family PSH Units (AHI + HIC)Permanent Supportive Housing Level of Effort
FL-500 Manatee, Sarasota 219 158 0.13 45 34 0.03
FL-501 Hillsborough 300 1031 0.61 89 167 0.10
FL-502 Pinellas 576 957 0.30 101 76 0.05
FL-503 Polk 137 60 0.09 30 33 0.02
FL-504 Flagler, Volusia 116 262 0.22 71 50 0.04
FL-505 Okaloosa, Walton 74 0 0.00 11 29 0.08
FL-506 Franklin, Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty, Madison, Taylor, Wakulla 152 263 0.33 29 78 0.09
FL-507 Orange, Osceola, Seminole 636 1361 0.51 157 4 0.00
FL-508 Alachua, Bradford, Gilchrist, Levy, Putnam 127 477 0.51 34 49 0.06
FL-509 Indian River, Martin, St. Lucie 71 173 0.12 20 60 0.07
FL-510 Clay, Duval, Nassau 468 719 0.43 103 450 0.28
FL-511 Escambia, Santa Rosa 367 343 0.28 29 0 0.00
FL-512 St. Johns 45 46 0.05 64 19 0.05
FL-513 Brevard 120 20 0.03 172 24 0.03
FL-514 Marion 83 40 0.05 15 65 0.06
FL-515 Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Washington 107 0 0.00 27 50 0.06
FL-517 Desoto, Glades, Hardee, Hendry, Highlands, Okeechobee 12 31 0.04 40 29 0.03
FL-518 Columbia, Hamilton, Lafayette, Suwannee 37 14 0.01 2 31 0.05
FL-519 Pasco 60 19 0.02 2 105 0.11
FL-520 Citrus, Hernando, Lake, Sumter 81 28 0.04 14 10 0.01
FL-600 Miami-Dade 869 2530 0.84 235 569 0.33
FL-601 Broward 676 1198 0.53 135 171 0.18
FL-602 Charlotte 83 19 0.05 15 32 0.11
FL-603 Lee 81 116 0.19 1 285 0.61
FL-604 Monroe 117 165 0.28 10 11 0.07
FL-605 Palm Beach 183 461 0.31 33 266 0.20
FL-606 Collier 154 16 0.05 13 6 0.02
State Total 5951 10507 0.32 1497 2703 0.08
Notes:  We count beds for individuals (single adults, unaccompanied youth, married adults without children) and units for families (i.e. families with children). A bed is a single space for one person. A unit may house more than one family member, with the average unit housing 3-4 people. "Level of Effort" equals the number of permanent supportive housing beds or units divided by the number of individuals or families who are currently homeless.'
Sources:  U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 2015 Point-in-Time Estimates of Homelessness: Volume I of the 2015 Annual Homeless Assessment Report, December 2015. Shimberg Center for Housing Studies, Assisted Housing Inventory.