Homeless numbers continue to surge across the regionHomeless numbers continue to surge across the region<div class="ExternalClass6DE87B2D556C4044A67C0D04F29D3264"><p>Metro Vancouver’s affordability crisis is having a noticeable effect on homelessness across the region, with half the region’s homeless population saying they had lived here for 10 years or more before finding themselves living on the streets or in shelters, according to a final report of the 2017 Homeless Count.</p><p>The high cost of rent, followed by lack of income and the inability to find suitable housing was cited by about 50 per cent of 3,605 homeless surveyed in the count, conducted overnight on March 7 and 8. Addiction and mental illness were also a factor with 82 percent of respondents dealing with at least one health condition.</p><p>The final report, released this month, found 3,605 people were homeless in Metro Vancouver in 2017 – up 30 per cent over 2014. The largest homeless population, which rose in every community except North Vancouver, was found in Vancouver, with 2,138 people, followed by Surrey with 602 people. Region-wide, 828 more people were identified as homeless, with many of those Aboriginals or seniors. Across the region, the general population, meanwhile, grew by 6.5 per cent between 2011 and 2016.</p><p>A total of 746 survey respondents identified as Aboriginal, representing 34 percent of the region’s homeless population, while seniors aged 55 and over numbered 556, or 23 percent of those on the street or in shelters compared with 18 percent in 2014. Some 628 women were surveyed in the count and 1,688 men. Most respondents received income from Income Assistance (42 percent), followed by a disability benefit (28 percent). About 22 percent of those surveyed were employed part- or full-time.</p><p>The Homeless Count is held every three years and represents a conservative point-in-time snapshot of the homelessness population over a 24-hour period in Metro Vancouver. The count involves a brief anonymous survey with people who appear to be homeless, and the actual number could be three to four times higher. </p></div>http://www.gazon.co.ua/metroupdate/PublishingImages/issue35-homelesscount.jpg2017-09-29T07:00:00ZGP0|#910cbf3d-ad4b-48c1-8bf2-299ca0587371;L0|#0910cbf3d-ad4b-48c1-8bf2-299ca0587371|Issue 35;GTSet|#d14ffe11-45dc-48fb-8684-ff109cf15a74<div class="ExternalClassB035BE9414A1459ABCA68683C67EE7C4"><p>​Metro Vancouver's affordability crisis is having a marked effect on homelessness across the region, with half the region's homeless population saying they had lived here for 10 years or more before finding themselves living on the streets or in shelters, according to a final report of the 2017 Homeless Count The high cost of rent, followed by lack of income and the inability to find suitable housing was cited by about 50 per cent of 3,605 homeless surveyed in the count, conducted overnight on March 7 and 8. </p></div>0

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