Skip to content

Get the Facts

Nearly 17 million Californians — 44% of all state residents — live in homes that are rented.

Racial disparities in California’s unhoused population are significant as Black, American Indian or Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Californians disproportionately experience homelessness.

Eight in 10 households with incomes below 200% of the federal poverty line had unaffordable housing costs before the COVID-19 pandemic.

Questions? We can help.

Monica Davalos
Senior Policy Analyst

Stay in the know.

Join our email list!