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Webinar Summary:
As of January 2019, Colorado had an estimated 9,619 experiencing homelessness on any given day. Of that total, 719 were family households, 1,068 were veterans, 545 were unaccompanied young adults (aged 18-24), and 2,187 were individuals experiencing chronic homelessness.

The City of Boulder's vision is that all Boulder residents have opportunities to achieve or maintain a safe, stable home in the community. The city seeks to achieve this vision by expanding pathways to permanent housing and increasing access to programs and services that are based on best practices and data-driven results.

During this webinar, we’ll learn more about who experiences homelessness in Boulder, the city's homelessness strategy, and what innovative developments are being built to address the homelessness crisis. This webinar will feature a virtual tour of Attention Homes, followed by a panel on local solutions to homelessness.

Webinar Summary: As of January 2019, Colorado had an estimated 9,619 experiencing homelessness on any given day. Of that total, 719 were family households, 1,068 were veterans, 545 were unaccompanied young adults (aged 18-24), and 2,187 were individuals experiencing chronic homelessness.

The City of Boulder's vision is that all Boulder residents have opportunities to achieve or maintain a safe, stable home in the community. The city seeks to achieve this vision by expanding pathways to permanent housing and increasing access to programs and services that are based on best practices and data-driven results.

During this webinar, we’ll learn more about who experiences homelessness in Boulder, the city's homelessness strategy, and what innovative developments are being built to address the homelessness crisis. This webinar will feature a virtual tour of Attention Homes, followed by a panel on local solutions to homelessness.

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