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Houselessness in South Dakota

According to the preliminary 2022 Annual Point-in-Time Count, South Dakota is seeing a 30% increase in homelessness.  This number ONLY consists of those deemed literally homeless, defined as living on the streets, in camps or in their cars, and does NOT account for those who are doubled-up or  rotating across households as a short-term solution.  The rise in the number of un-housed community members can be attributed to: Inflation & rising expenses, limited housing inventory, challenges to the capacity of homeless providers.

Click below to view South Dakota's statistics from the 2020 Point in Time Count.

What's being done in Rapid City?

Learn about the community collaboration working to address homelessness.

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