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1 HUD Advanced Uses of Homeless Data Meeting Documenting the Intersection of Homeless and Mainstream Service Sectors State of Vermont John A. Pandiani, Ph.D., Vermont Department of Mental Health and The Bristol Observatory Brian M. Smith Vermont Department of Mental Health HUD Advanced Uses of Homeless Data Meeting July 27-28, 2009

2 Community Information Geography: Vermont CoC Point-in-Time Count: 1,587 ±12 Population: 621,254 The Vermont CoC includes Chittenden County SMSA and 10 local CoCs joined under the Balance of State CoC. 2

3 Overview Cross Data Set Analysis ER Utilization by Homeless & Others Probabilistic Population Estimation Homelessness Among Veterans & Others with Outpatient MH/SA Services Homeless with Previous State Custody Cross State Comparison 3

4 ER MH/SA Services Data from: 2007 VT Uniform Hospital Discharge Database 2007 & 2008 PIT Databases 4

5 ER Physical Health Services Data from: 2007 VT Uniform Hospital Discharge Database 2007 & 2008 PIT Databases 5

6 Probabilistic Pop. Estimation This equation counts the number of birth dates to estimate the number of unduplicated people. 6

7 Probabilistic Pop. Estimates Birth DatesNumber of People ± ± ± ± ± ,177± ,603±325 For Specified Numbers of Birth Dates Within a Given Year 7

8 Caseload Overlap (A  B) = A + B – (A  B) 8

9 Homeless Vets: MH/SA Services Data from: 2008 VT DMH & VT VA Databases 2008 VT CoC and PIT Databases 9

10 Homeless: Past State Custody Data from: VT DCF Databases 2008 VT CoC and PIT Databases 10 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% TotalMF MF Delinquency Protective Custody Percent of Homeless Young Adults

11 Homeless: MH/SA Services 0% 20% 40% 60% TotalMaleFemale Percent with MH/SA Services VermontNew Hampshire Data from: VT & NH HMIS and CMH Databases 11

12 Summary and Next Steps Regional Comparisons within State Cross State Comparisons Change Over Time Other Precursors to Homelessness Continued Wide-spread Dissemination of Findings 12

13 Acknowledgements Vermont Interagency Council to End Homelessness Data Managers from Homeless & other Service Sectors VT MH Research and Statistics Group Barbara Carroll, Brennan Martin & Walter Ochs 13

14 Contact Information John A. Pandiani, Ph.D. Vermont Department of Mental Health Phone: Brian M. Smith Vermont Department of Mental Health Phone:


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