A Roof: What We've Learned
“What We’ve Learned” is the fourth in a series of A Roof town hall discussions. A year since the launch of 360 North and KTOO’s series on housing and homelessness issues, host Casey Kelly and guests will talk about what we’ve learned during the project so far. They’ll discuss affordable housing, the current state of Alaska’s housing stock, homelessness, Housing First, transitional housing and more.
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Percentage of new homes in Alaska built between 2002-2012 that were constructed in the Mat-Su
Estimated number of homeless people in Alaska in 2014.
Average rent in Alaska.
Average cost of a single-family home in Alaska.
Sources: Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development and Alaska Coalition on Housing and Homelessness
This project is funded by the Public Affairs Fund for Homelessness and Appropriate Affordable Housing. Contributors include the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority, the Alaska Coalition on Housing and Homelessness, Northrim Bank and NCADD-Juneau, in partnership with the Juneau Clean Air Coalition.