The Orange County Partnership to End Homelessness, which supports local homeless individuals through a collaboration of government, faith-based and community groups, released a report on its 2011 efforts Monday.
The report states that in 2011, CASA and the Orange, Person and Chatham county OPC Area Program housed eight homeless people.
Street outreach workers from another group, Housing for New Hope, housed 44 homeless people in Orange County.
The partnership also saw the creation of a job-readiness program for people who are homeless or at-risk for homelessness.
And the Orange County Support Circle Program, which partners groups of volunteers with people transitioning out of homelessness into permanent housing by providing them with support, was also developed in 2011.