Before support

Clients with disability (45%) are slightly more likely than those without disability (41%) to be homeless, rather than at risk of homelessness, when they seek support (Figure 1).

Similar to clients without disability, male clients with disability (51%) are more likely than female clients (39%) to be homeless when they seek support.

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Figure 1 Alternative text

Stacked column chart showing the housing status before and after support of clients of Specialist Homelessness Services (SHS), with and without disability. The reader can select to display the chart by disability status. The chart shows people with disability are less likely (29%) to be homeless after receiving SHS support than before support (42%).