Why Housing Insecurity?

Chart with data from USICH: 864 - families, 764 - veterens, 504 - young adults, 1374 - adults (25 years old+)

A 2018 article published by the HUD USER information source from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) defines housing insecurity as “an umbrella term that encompasses several dimensions of housing problems people may experience, including affordability, safety, quality, insecurity, and loss of housing.” The most recent report published by the U.S. Interagency Council on Homeless (USICH) estimated that 10,234 Georgians experienced being unhoused on any given day. 


Defining Housing Security