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Using Safe Harbors to Generate Funder Reports Safe Harbors Sponsoring Partners: Dannette R. Smith, Director, Human Services Department Jackie MacLean,

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1 Using Safe Harbors to Generate Funder Reports Safe Harbors Sponsoring Partners: Dannette R. Smith, Director, Human Services Department Jackie MacLean, Director, King County Department of Community and Human Services David Okimoto, United way of King County, Senior Vice President, Community Services Safe Harbors Executive Committee: Sara Levin, Deputy Director, Human Services Department Mary Shaw, Director of Planning, United Way Linda Peterson, Division Director, Community Services Department

2 Agenda USING SAFE HARBORS for REPORTING TESTING PHASE DEMONSTRATION QUESTIONS 2

3 PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE Be able to use Safe Harbors as the primary data source for your Performance Reports starting in January

4 PURPOSE Our community measures system-wide performance (HEARTH). Agencies able to meet Commerce and HUD funding and reporting requirements. Long term goal: Reporting requirements consolidated to reduce reporting burden. 4

5 Testing Phase 5 June: train agency staff and contract monitors to pull data from Safe Harbors July – Dec. 2011: Compare data in Safe Harbors to data on agency reports as submitted; resolve issues Fall 2011: Reconvene as necessary for feedback and further discussion. January 2012: Implement reimbursement tied to program data in Safe Harbors

6 Comparing data in SH to funder reports Contract monitors pull ad hoc reports from Safe Harbors at reporting time. Agency staff have the ability to pull the same ad hoc reports and review them at any time. Ad-hoc reports will show: Total # active individuals and household served during the reporting period # new ind. and HH served during the reporting period # ind. and HH exited during reporting period 6

7 Number of Persons Served During Reporting Period DISTINCT REGIONORGNAMEPROGRAM King County Count: 1291 CCOCascade Womens Program Count: 35 CCOCesar Chavez Count: 5 CCOFamily Support Program Count: 37 CCOFASC Count: 342 CCOFirst Church Count: 163 CCOHammond House Count: 77 CCOMagnolia Count: 4 CCOMary Witt Count: 5 CCOMiracle Manor Count: 6 CCOPioneer Square Mens Program Count: 110 CCORenton Veterans Center Count: 70 CCORosa Parks Count: 5 CCORoy Street Shelter Count: 390 CCOShoreline Veterans Program Count: 29 CCOVVLP-Bennett House Count: 7 CCOVVLP-Burien House Count: 6 7

8 Number of New Persons /Households Served during Reporting Period 8

9 Number of People Exited and Destination 9

10 Feedback / Resolution of Issues Contract Monitors will communicate with agency and Safe Harbors staff regarding data (in)consistency. Safe Harbors staff will work with agencies to resolve data and/or system issues. 10

11 Where to go for support Training, support, troubleshooting: Safe Harbors Help Desk or Reporting requirements, expectations, policies: Your Contract Monitors at the City of Seattle, the County or United Way. 11

12 Questions? 12


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