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North Dakota Homelessness Statistics

As of January 2017, North Dakota had an estimated 1089 experiencing homelessness on any given day, as reported by Continuums of Care to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Of that Total, 77 were family households, 74 were Veterans, 80 were unaccompanied young adults (aged 18-24), and 45 were individuals experiencing chronic homelessness.

Public school data reported to the U.S. Department of Education during the 2016-2017 school year shows that an estimated 2230 public school students experienced homelessness over the course of the year. Of that total, 371 students were unsheltered, 268 were in shelters, 151 were inhotels/motels, and 1440 were doubled up.

Use our map to compare North Dakota homeless statistics with other states and filter statistics by the data source. You can also find contact information for each state under the map.

If you are experiencing homelessness, please contact the Continuum of Care in your local area for assistance.

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Homelessness Statistics for North Dakota

  • Total Homeless Population

    1089

  • Total Family Households Experiencing Homelessness

    77

  • Veterans Experiencing Homelessness

    74

  • Persons Experiencing Chronic Homelessness

    45

  • Unaccompanied Young Adults (Aged 18-24) Experiencing Homelessness

    80

  • Total Number of Homeless Students

    2230

  • Total Number of Unaccompanied Homeless Students

  • Nighttime Residence: Unsheltered

    371

  • Nighttime Residence: Shelters

    268

  • Nighttime Residence: Hotels/motels

    151

  • Nighttime Residence: Doubled up

    1440

Contact Info on Homelessness for North Dakota

USICH Contact - Regional Coordinator

Katy Miller

(202) 834-4203

State Interagency Council

Michael Carbone

(701) 390-1635

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State Homeless Education Coordinator
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