Data & Reports - National Runaway Safeline

National Runaway Safeline

Data & Reports

Overview

It is estimated that 4.2 million young people, ages 13 to 25, experience some form of homelessness each year in the United States, with considerably more young people experiencing crises that put them at risk of facing similar housing insecurity. Think about it this way: in a classroom of 30 students, at least one of them will experience homelessness this year, without a safe living environment to call home and forced to couch surf, bounce among relatives and friends, live in shelters, or stay on the streets.

1 in 10 adults ages 18 - 25 and 1 in 30 youth ages 13 - 17 will experience homelessness each year.

41% of youth who contacted NRS were described as being in a state of crisis at the time of contact.

Annual Reports

Fact Sheets

Trend Reports

State Data

2019 Crisis Services Snapshot
2021 Crisis Services Snapshot
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2020 State-By-State

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