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Continuum of Care

Awards Announced

Austin/Travis County providers were awarded nearly $12 million in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's annual Continuum of Care (CoC) grant competition.

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I Belong in Austin

New Rent Resource

The City of Austin and El Buen Samaritano have funds available for rent, moving, storage, and relocation costs to prevent eviction and displacement. Note: Link redirects to El Buen Samaritano's website.

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New CapMetro Program

Free Bus Passes

Local bus service in Austin and Travis County is now free for anyone experiencing homelessness with a new fare card Capital Metro debuted in October.

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Join Leadership Council

Leadership Council, the primary decision-
making body for the Austin/Travis County
Continuum of Care, is now accepting
applications for three open seats.


Fast Facts

Community partners connected more than 10,000 people to permanent housing between 2017-2022

By 2026, we expect about 1,000 new Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) units to come online

A Black Austinite is 6x more likely to experience homelessness than a white Austinite

About 2/3 of unhoused people report they were born/raised or last housed in Austin/Travis County

10% of unhoused people are unaccompanied youth (age 13-24); 11% are families with children

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