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ICPH's charts and graphics let readers visualize our research findings in a clear, understandable way. Browse our graphics archive by the type and topic of the graphic. Graphics taken from our research reports and briefs contain links to their reports, as well as all other graphics from that report.


Latest Charts and Graphics

Databank: Homeless Students in the United States

Look for this Databank in our upcoming Spring 2014 issue of UNCENSORED.

How many homeless adults leave long-term housing programs without any income?

Does your state have laws protecting domestic-violence survivors against housing discrimination?

How many families are homeless in your state?

#BeInformedNYC: Issue No. 7

With homelessness in New York City at its highest rates since the Great Depression, ICPH launches #BeInformedNYC, to inform candidates and voters about the grave effects of poverty. The infographic campaign will share stats, trends, and stories about the hidden homeless--the unseen thousands of children and their families who cycle in and out of homeless shelters or face the threat of having nowhere to live.

#BeInformedNYC will offer regular updates to keep you up to speed during this important election year.

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