City of New Orleans Ten-Year Plan to End Homelessness

City of New Orleans Ten-Year Plan to End Homelessness

Since Hurricane Katrina, the homeless population in New Orleans has increased rapidly. On any given night, approximately 6,500 individuals in New Orleans are without a home, making the city’s rate of homelessness one of the highest in the nation. This is unacceptable.

Following the roadmap set out by the national best practice plan Opening Doors , this plan addresses the same primary themes through its own initiatives.

ORGANIZATION: City of New Orleans Homeless Services Working Group
PUBLICATION DATE: 2011
LOCATION: New Orleans, LA, United States