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Veterans are greater risk for homelessness in large part due to the high prevalence of trauma. Fortunately, due to prioritization from the federal government, homelessness among veterans has been steadily declining since 2010: according to the annual point-in-time count, veteran homelessness declined from 74,087 in 2010 to 37,878 in 2018. These resources address the unique needs of this population.

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