Changes in Housing Status Over Time

A graph that shows the changes in housing status of clients over time.

The graph shows that at treatment intake, 63% of respondents reported owning or renting an apartment, room, or house, which increased to 73% at 6-month follow-up survey – a 16% increase.

At intake, 25% reported living in someone else’s apartment, room or house, compared to 18% at 6-month follow-up survey – a 28% decrease.

Respondents reporting living at Residential Treatment decreased from 4% at intake to 2% at follow-up, and those selecting ‘other’ for housing decreased from 7% at intake to 6% at follow-up.

Respondents reporting living at a halfway house remained at 1% at intake and follow-up.