2017 CT Youth Count! Results
Click here for highlights & additional information for the 2017 Point-in-Time and Youth Count!
A strong commitment to data and measurement has made Connecticut a leader in ending homelessness. Building off the success of the 2015 CT Youth Count, the Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness, in collaboration with partners across the state, conducted the 2017 CT Youth Count!
The 2017 CT Youth Count! was a census of youth and young adults ages 24 and under who were homeless and unstably housed on a single night in January, 2017 in Connecticut. Read more about the methodology and results in the report above.
Regional Youth Count Data
|Fairfield County||Waterbury – Litchfield|
|Greater New Haven||Central Connecticut|
|Greater Hartford||Northeast Connecticut|
|Meriden, Middlesex, Wallingford||Southeast Connecticut|
Human Trafficking Indicator
Youth were asked if anyone ever “encouraged/pressured/forced you to exchange sexual acts for money, drugs, food, place to stay, clothing or protection” in an effort to determine the prevalence of sex trafficking among this population.