Homelessness and Near-Homelessness on Six Minnesota American Indian Reservations

The purpose of this study was to better understand the characteristics and needs of people experiencing homelessness and near-homelessness on American Indian reservations in Minnesota. This is the fourth administration of Wilder's statewide homeless study on American Indian reservations in Minnesota. Six reservations participated in the 2015 study, all of which are Ojibwe--Bois Forte, Fond du Lac, Leech Lake, Mille Lacs, Red Lake, and White Earth.

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Homelessness in Minnesota 2015 Study

Every three years, Wilder Research conducts a statewide survey of people who are homeless or living in temporary housing programs. The study includes counts and estimates of the number of people who are homeless and face-to-face interviews with homeless people throughout Minnesota to better understand the causes and circumstances of homelessness. 2015 homeless study results are also available on the Minnesota Homeless Study website.

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