Homelessness Statistics for Mendocino, CA

, California

Total Homeless persons in Mendocino County California in 2019

785

There are an estimated 785 homeless individuals in Mendocino County California. That is a -11% change from 2018.

The homelessness statistics listed are collected from HUD and from the Homeless Shelter Directory database for 2019

Sheltered individuals in families

Sheltered individuals in families

95

There are 95 in Mendocino that are sheltered together with other family members
Sheltered individuals in families

Unsheltered individuals in families

9

There are 9 in Mendocino that - together with other family members - are unsheltered
Sheltered individuals in families

Sheltered individuals

152

There are 95 in Mendocino that are sheltered with other family members
Sheltered individuals in families

Unsheltered individuals

529

There are 95 in Mendocino that are unsheltered with other family members
Sheltered individuals in families

Sheltered families

36

There are 36 in Mendocino that are sheltered together with other family members
Sheltered individuals in families

Unsheltered families

3

There are 3 in Mendocino that - together with other family members - are unsheltered

Total Homeless families in Mendocino County California in 2019

39

There are an estimated 785 homeless individuals in Mendocino County California. That is a -11% change from 2018.

Chronic Homelessness in Mendocino County California

Total Chronic Homeless in Mendocino County California

118

There are 26 more homeless individuals in Mendocino County California than in 2018. That is a 28% increase.

What is Chronic Homeless?

Chronic homelessness refers to people who have found themselves experiencing homelessness repeatedly and is often accompanied with mental ilness or substance abuse.

Chronically homeless individuals have been on the streets for a long time, potentially years.

Sheltered Chronic

Sheltered chronic

46

There are 36 in Mendocino that are sheltered together with other family members
Sheltered Chronic

Unsheltered Chronic

72

There are 3 in Mendocino that - together with other family members - are unsheltered

Veteran Homelessness in Mendocino County California

sheltered_veteran

Sheltered

7

unsheltered_veteran

Unsheltered

9

Total Veteran Homeless

16

There are more homeless individuals in Mendocino County California than in 2018. That is a % increase.

Youth Homelessness in Mendocino County California

sheltered_youth

Sheltered

25

unsheltered_youth

Unsheltered

20

Total Homeless Youth

45

There are 30 more homeless youths in Mendocino County California than in 2018. That is a 200% increase.

Housing Inventory

Total number of beds in Mendocino County California

594

This figure represents the total number of beds available in all categories of Housing.

Total number of shelters in Mendocino County California

1

What are Emergency Shelters?

Emergency Shelters are places where the homeless can find a safe place to stay in case of sudden loss of housing. There are about 104 emergency shelter beds in Mendocino County.

What is Transitional Housing?

Transitional Housing are shelters intended to temporarily care for the displaced or chronically homeless population. There are about 226 Transitional Housing beds in Mendocino County.

What is Permanent Supportive Housing?

Permanent Supportive Housing is a long-term housing service for the elderly or vulnurable population struggling to stay above the poverty line. There are about 244 Permanent Supportive Housing beds in Mendocino County.

What is Rapid Re-Housing?

Rapid re-housing is a short-term rental assistance service with the purpose of helping people obtain housing quickly, increase self- sufficiency, and stay housed. There are about 20 Rapid Re-Housing beds in Mendocino County.

Mendocino County, California Homeless Shelters and Services

1 Homeless Shelter Listings in Mendocino County

Hospitality House

Hospitality House

Fort Bragg, CA

Hospitality House provides a 24 beds emergency shelter. Services include breakfast and dinner for all 365 days a year, showers and laundry service. Many of the guests are families. The [...]

Last Updated Ago Added May 28, 2013

Point-In-Time Count Summary

Total Homeless Total Families Total Chronic Total Veterans Total Youth
2015
SI*
UI*
IFS*
UIF*
Individuals in shelters
Unsheltered individuals
Individuals in families shelters
Unsheltered individuals in families
Individuals in shelters
Unsheltered individuals
Individuals in families shelters
Unsheltered individuals in families
Individuals in shelters
Unsheltered individuals
Individuals in families shelters
Unsheltered individuals in families
112
706
40
89


S*
H*
Sheltered
Homeless
Sheltered
Homeless
Sheltered
Homeless


16
26


33
73


10
29


21
71
2015 Total 947 42 106 39 92
2016
SI*
UI*
IFS*
UIF*
Individuals in shelters
Unsheltered individuals
Individuals in families shelters
Unsheltered individuals in families
Individuals in shelters
Unsheltered individuals
Individuals in families shelters
Unsheltered individuals in families
Individuals in shelters
Unsheltered individuals
Individuals in families shelters
Unsheltered individuals in families
140
1007
52
43


S*
H*
Sheltered
Homeless
Sheltered
Homeless
Sheltered
Homeless


16
19


76
101


5
14


21
215
2016 Total 1,242 35 177 19 236
2017
SI*
UI*
IFS*
UIF*
Individuals in shelters
Unsheltered individuals
Individuals in families shelters
Unsheltered individuals in families
Individuals in shelters
Unsheltered individuals
Individuals in families shelters
Unsheltered individuals in families
Individuals in shelters
Unsheltered individuals
Individuals in families shelters
Unsheltered individuals in families
112
1067
48
11


S*
H*
Sheltered
Homeless
Sheltered
Homeless
Sheltered
Homeless


18
4


38
56


11
13


19
23
2017 Total 1,238 22 94 24 42
2018
SI*
UI*
IFS*
UIF*
Individuals in shelters
Unsheltered individuals
Individuals in families shelters
Unsheltered individuals in families
Individuals in shelters
Unsheltered individuals
Individuals in families shelters
Unsheltered individuals in families
Individuals in shelters
Unsheltered individuals
Individuals in families shelters
Unsheltered individuals in families
106
723
51
0


S*
H*
Sheltered
Homeless
Sheltered
Homeless
Sheltered
Homeless


14
0


39
53


6
6


2
13
2018 Total 880 14 92 12 15
2019
SI*
UI*
IFS*
UIF*
Individuals in shelters
Unsheltered individuals
Individuals in families shelters
Unsheltered individuals in families
Individuals in shelters
Unsheltered individuals
Individuals in families shelters
Unsheltered individuals in families
Individuals in shelters
Unsheltered individuals
Individuals in families shelters
Unsheltered individuals in families
152
529
95
9


S*
H*
Sheltered
Homeless
Sheltered
Homeless
Sheltered
Homeless


36
3


46
72


7
9


25
20
2019 Total 785 39 118 16 45
*Key
  • SI: Individuals in shelters
  • UI: Unsheltered individuals
  • IFS: Individuals in families shelters
  • UIF : Unsheltered individuals in families
  • S: Sheltered
  • H: Homeless

Homelessness Behavioral and Performance Statistics

Avg days* Average Length of Time Homeless (days) Average Length of Time Homeless (days) Average Length of Time Homeless (days) Return rate* Rate People Return to Homelessness in 6 Months Rate People Return to Homelessness in 6 Months Rate People Return to Homelessness in 6 Months 1st time* Number of People who are Homeless for the First Time Number of People who are Homeless for the First Time Number of People who are Homeless for the First Time Temp 2 Perm* Rate People Exit from ES, SH, TH, and RRH to PH Rate People Exit from ES, SH, TH, and RRH to PH Rate People Exit from ES, SH, TH, and RRH to PH Supp 2 Perm* Rate People in PSH and OPH Retain or Exit to PH Rate People in PSH and OPH Retain or Exit to PH Rate People in PSH and OPH Retain or Exit to PH
2015 76 16.4% 425 17.9% 93.9%
2016 112 6.9% 328 12.6% 88.1%
2017 112 8.4% 441 11.3% 91.0%
2018 63 11.2% 353 20.3% 93.7%
2019 78 5.9% 323 22.1% 96.4%
*Key
  • Avg days: Average Length of Time Homeless (days)
  • Return rate: Rate People Return to Homelessness in 6 Months
  • 1st time: Number of People who are Homeless for the First Time
  • Temp 2 Perm : Rate People Exit from Emergency Shelters, Supportive Housing, Transitional Housing, and Rapid Re-housing to Permanent Housing
  • Supportive 2 Perm: Rate People in Permanent Supportive Housing and Other Permanent Housing Retain or Exit to Permanent Housing

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