Project Homeless Connect (PHC) is a national initiative sponsored by the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness and is being implemented in over 200 communities across the United States, Canada, and Australia.
Statistics from 2017's Project Homeless Connect in Salt Lake City:
Statistics from Project Homeless Connect Events around the United States:
Milwaukee’s 2015 PHC served nearly 700 men, women and children.
Hygiene items: 19,100
Flu shots: 41
Emergency blankets: 350
The Nevada Homeless Alliance’s 2016 PHC served 3,608 guests with 600 community volunteers
Permanent housing placements: 99
Job leads: 397
Vision, hearing, and foot screenings: 325
Legal cases closed: 134
Medicaid enrollment: 165
Pets served: 148
Meals served: 1,184
Baltimore’s 2016 PHC served 2,100 people experiencing homelessness with 2,000 community volunteers and more than 130 service organizations