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Homeless Planning Council of Delaware. Purpose Methodology Summary Statistics Future Plans.

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1 Homeless Planning Council of Delaware

2 Purpose Methodology Summary Statistics Future Plans

3 Provides a snapshot of the homeless population in a community on one designated night Required for any community receiving McKinney-Vento funding. In 2013 requirement will include unsheltered persons (previously unsheltered counts were every other year. All shelters are encouraged to contribute to the PIT Count (Regardless of funding source or DE CMIS participation).

4 Persons who stayed in the following types of shelters on January 31 st 2012 Emergency Transitional Permanent Supportive Housing Night-time drop-in Persons who were using a hotel voucher provided by a state service center

5 Data Sources: DE CMIS Direct Surveys conducted with clients of non- DE CMIS providers Housing Inventory Survey (includes count for PIT night, beds available on PIT night, program description) Note: Unsheltered persons were not included in the 2012 PIT count

6 Limitations of Data Missing data – some surveys were more complete than others 270 (20%) missing age 251 (18%) missing gender 307 (14%) missing race One provider (16 bed transitional housing program) did not participate The composition (number of programs, program type) of the housing inventory can change from year to year. Snapshots like the PIT can be prone to aberrations.

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8 Formula: A + ((B*51)*(1-C)) = Annual Estimate A = Currently Homeless (not including permanent supportive housing) B = Homeless within last 7 days or entered community in last 7 days C = % of clients that have had a previous homeless episode in last 12 months = 6572 persons

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10 Emergency Night- Time Drop-In Hotel VouchersTransitional Safe HavenPSHTotal Kent NCC Sussex Total Note: 8 persons did not identify the county where sheltered.

11 Type of Living Place NCC Households with ChildrenIndividuals Emergency Shelter # of Beds# of UnitsPIT Count Utilization Rate# of BedsPIT Count Utilization Rate % % Transitional Housing # of Beds# of UnitsPIT Count Utilization Rate# of BedsPIT Count Utilization Rate % % IF Non-reporting beds filled16660% Permanent Supportive Housing # of Beds# of UnitsPIT Count Utilization Rate# of BedsPIT Count Utilization Rate % % 87 People were served in the Homeless Café. They are not counted above in Beds or Individuals served. Data is Missing on 16 TH Family Beds.

12 Type of Living Place Kent County Households with ChildrenIndividuals Emergency Shelter # of Beds# of UnitsPIT Count Utilization Rate# of BedsPIT Count Utilization Rate % % Transitional Housing # of Beds# of UnitsPIT Count Utilization Rate# of BedsPIT Count Utilization Rate %000% Permanent Supportive Housing # of Beds# of UnitsPIT Count Utilization Rate# of BedsPIT Count Utilization Rate % %

13 Households with ChildrenIndividuals Emergency Shelter # of Beds# of UnitsPIT Count Utilization Rate# of BedsPIT Count Utilization Rate % % Transitional Housing # of Beds# of UnitsPIT Count Utilization Rate# of BedsPIT Count Utilization Rate %232191% IF Non-reporting beds filled3974% Permanent Supportive Housing # of Beds# of UnitsPIT Count Utilization Rate# of BedsPIT Count Utilization Rate 0000%201680% 16 TH Family Beds did not report data during PIT Count Type of Living Place Sussex County

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17 63% Were African American 6% Were Latino/Latina 57% Were Male 27% Have a mental Illness 24% Reported a substance abuse problem 4% Have HIV or AIDS 14% Were Vets 32 % Had been incarcerated at some time


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