Homelessness in Monmouth County

Monmouth County Point-In-Time 2017

• On the night of January 24th, 2017 a total of 184 households, including 299 persons, were experiencing homelessness in Monmouth County, according to the 2017 Point-In-Time Count.

• A total of 40 households, with 49 persons, were identified as chronically homeless.

• 44 unsheltered homeless persons were counted.

Total Homeless population

NJ Counts Key Findings

Of the 184 homeless households counted in Monmouth County in 2017, 49 (26.6%) were families with at least one adult and one child under the age of 18. These families included 155 persons, 99 children under age 18, and 56 adults.

The average family size was 3 persons. Figure 3 shows that 15 families (30.6%) were staying in emergency shelters on the night of the count.

34 families (69.4%) were in transitional housing on the night of the count.

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This data comes from Monarch Housing Associates’ NJ Counts 2018 report based on the Monmouth County Point-In-Time Count of the Homeless available at http://monarchhousing.org. For more information, contact Monarch Housing Associates: Jay Everett – jeverett@monarchhousing.org - 908-272-5363 x232
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