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SAFE & STABLE HOUSING

THE HOUSING CRISIS CONTINUES


The housing market is incredibly challenging for people with low incomes and for those who have faced historical housing discrimination, such as Black and Latino communities. In the Greater Boston area, only 47 affordable rental homes are available for every 100 low-income renters. Most people who are severely burdened by housing costs are working, caring for dependents, young, elderly or have disabilities.

A CLOSER LOOK

families experience homelessness on any given night in Massachusetts

52% HIGHER RISK

for developmental delays in children without homes

affordable rental homes are available for every 100 low-income renters in Greater Boston

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