CAPSLO analyzes various factors that cause poverty such as income, housing, education, and more. This assessment assists in creating a plan to address the poverty problem in our community.
Explore the California Statewide Study of People Experiencing Homelessness (CASPEH), the largest representative study of homelessness since the mid-1990s and the first largescale representative study to use mixed methods (surveys and in-depth interviews).
Explore this interactive website that is frequently updated and allows people to look at various health indicators related to the community, the economy, health, education, and environmental health.
The QuickFacts U.S. Census table shows population estimates from the past year in SLO County with a demographic and economic breakdown.
Explore this interactive website that shows data by County from those who accessed the Continuums of Care homeless response system.
Read quotes from people who experienced and are currently experiencing homelessness in SLO. This report focuses on barriers to finding housing, personal situations that led to homelessness, and the benefits of rehousing.
Read results from a former SLO community phone survey about concerns with housing, homelessness, food security, financial well-being, employment, health (mental & physical), health insurance, public safety, the environment, and social issues.
Take a more in-depth look into the point in time count 2019 findings about the characteristics of people experiencing homelessness in SLO county.
Learn about economic conditions, unemployment, population trends, the home sales market, and the rental market in SLO County.
Report from a count of sheltered and unsheltered people experiencing homelessness on a single night in February.