Data from the Tucson Pima Collaboration to End Homelessness provides a snapshot of a growing population experiencing homelessness in Pima County since 2018, but also offers initial indications that efforts to reduce overall homelessness in the region after a period of rapid growth during the pandemic are beginning to pay off.

The 2023 Annual Homeless Point-in-Time count identified 2,209 people in 1,666 households residing in shelter, transitional housing, or living without shelter in Pima County the night of Jan. 23.

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