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1 HUD Homeless Program Data Karen DeBlasio Office of Special Needs Assistance Programs

2 Overview of Presentation New authorizing legislation SNAPS data collection Annual Homeless Assessment Report HUD’s Homeless Data Exchange (HDX) HUD’s Homeless Resource Exchange (HRE) 2

3 HEARTH History Signed into law on May 20, 2009 Reauthorizes HUD’s McKinney-Vento Programs Six sets of Regulations were developed: Definition of Homeless Continuum of Care Program Emergency Solutions Grants Program Conforming Amendments to the Consolidated Plan Homeless Management Information Systems Rural Housing Stability Assistance Program 3

4 Federal Strategic Plan  Four goals as established in Opening Doors: Federal Strategic Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness: 1)Finish the job of ending chronic homelessness by )Prevent and end homelessness among Veterans by )Prevent and end homelessness among families, youth, and children by )Set a path to ending all types of homelessness. 4

5 HUD Data Collection  Continuums of Care (CoCs) must use a locally-administered Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) to collection client-level data.  CoCs provide aggregate data to HUD via:  Annual Performance Reports (APR) (program level)  Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR) (community level) 5

6 HUD Data Collection  Data collected include:  Disability status  Chronic health conditions  Where did you spend the night before (literally homeless?)  HEARTH requires coordinated assessment 6

7 HUD Data Collection  APR  Program level report  Data on clients served and exited  Documents changes in status during participation in program  Submitted once a year via e-snaps 7

8 HUD Data Collection  AHAR  CoC-wide report  Includes data from Point in Time count and HMIS data  Documents number of individuals and families served in shelters and counted during PIT as “literally homeless”  Submitted quarterly via Homeless Data Exchange (HDX) 8

9 HUD Data Sources  Homeless Data Exchange (HDX)  Only CoCs can access their data on HDX  CoCs can run reports based on their PIT and HMIS data  Submitted quarterly via the HDX  9

10 HUD Data Sources  Homeless Resource Exchange (HRE)  Public website  National level reports (AHAR)  Community level reports (by CoC)  10


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