Homelessness is rare, brief and nonrecurring

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Performance Data for FY2022


  1. 100% of homeless youth identified are connected to emergency shelter, permanent housing and/or supportive services
  2. 100% of identified Homeless Veterans in San Antonio who accept housing services are placed into permanent housing within 90 days
  3. 25% reduction in the number of homeless families
  4. 60% Reduction Chronic Homelessness

Fiscal Year 2022 Service Target: 6,999

Why is it important?

From 2010 to 2020, the number of sheltered and unsheltered homeless individuals in San Antonio has decreased from 3,291 to 2,932.

The Fiscal Year 2020 Point in Time Count identified 2,932 total homeless individuals, a 2% increase from FY 2019 (2,872 total homeless).

Although there was a decrease in chronic homeless individuals, -15%, from 2018 – 2019, there was a significant increase in youth homeless and parenting youth, 45% and 73% respectively.

Summary of Year-to-Date Progress:

In FY 2022, the Department of Human Services (DHS) provided funding to Homeless programs through $7,931,787 in General Fund support, $1,677,786 in Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) support, $1,326,265 through the Emergency Solutions Grant, and $198,579 through the Community Development Block Grant – for a total of $11,134,417.

The following partner non-profits are funded to provide prevention and intervention programs to contribute towards DHS's goal of reducing homelessness. Click on the name of the agency to learn more about the agency and program performance.