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Mobile emergency medical services



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Mobile emergency medical services costs were estimated at $97 per homeless person and $186 per chronically homeless person for a total local annual cost of $216,514.

  • Veterans Affairs costs were estimated at $9,346 per-homeless-person-served, or $916 per-person across all homeless persons in Nashville, and a total estimated cost of $561,939.

  • Social service costs for the average homeless person ($754) were based on an analog city and corrected using the Nashville count for a total cost of $1,679,158 and a chronic homelessness total cost of $879,541.

  • The cost of Nashville homeless shelter services was conservatively estimated at $4,888,851 ($2,542,203 for the chronically homeless) or $2,195 per-person across the entire population.

  • Police costs for homeless arrests in a year were estimated to total $823,494 or $370/person.

  • Jail costs for the 55% of homeless persons arrested (averaging over 40 nights in jail per arrest) was $396/person and a total of $881,892 or $405,670 for the chronically homeless.

  • Court costs for the 5,602 arrests of homeless persons in 2007 were $365 per person or $449 per chronically homeless person (total cost=$813,691; $426,210 for chronic homelessness).

  • Costs for the 42% receiving drug or alcohol treatment totaled $2,301,548 ($1,658,718 just for chronically homeless). The per-person cost is $1,033 for all homeless and $3,259 for the chronically homelessness.




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