RISP Infographics

How big are non-family settings in which people live?

Size of non-family settings. Bar chart showing average sizes of nonstate-operated settings, state-operated settings, and all settings. The bars in the chart are houses of different heights. The average size of nonstate-operated settings in 2019 was 2.1 people per setting. The average size of state-operated settings was 14 people. The overall average was 2.2 people per setting.

In 2019, people who did not live with a family member shared a home with an average of 2.2 service recipients. Those who received services from non-state providers shared a home with 2.1 people. Those who received services in a state-operated setting shared a residence with an average of 14 people.

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Cite as: Residential Information Systems Project (year). [Page Name]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, RISP, Research and Training Center on Community Living, Institute on Community Integration. Retrieved from: https://risp.umn.edu.)