The H3 Research, Evaluation, and Data (RED) Team is responsible for the administrative oversight of data collection, reporting, and analysis. The RED Team manages the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) database, plans and implements the annual Point-in-Time Count, and analyzes, reports and evaluates demographic, programmatic and outcome data. For more information about data and reports, email H3REDTeam@cchealth.org.
Continuum of Care Annual Report
Health, Housing, and Homeless Services (H3) produces an annual report each calendar year for the Council on Homelessness to describe consumers and service utilization within the CoC. The 2019 annual report summarizes data on individuals and households experiencing homelessness, program utilization, and consumer outcomes. This report also includes 2019 Point-in-Time results and 2019 Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Performance Measures.
Point-In-Time Homeless Count
The Point-in-Time (PIT) Count is an annual census and survey to identify the sheltered and unsheltered homeless population across the County. This count is required for all recipients of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funding. The PIT Count takes place during the last week of January each year.
Analysis of sub-populations within the CoC help improve our understanding of the consumers’ needs, utilization of services, and opportunities to improve equity within the system of care. Data highlights offer a summary of new analyses or sub-populations of interest. These reports are generally on "hot topics," including but not limited to, homelessness, housing, and disparities.
H3 is adopting a streamlined process for accepting, processing, and responding to requests for data and reports. Before submitting a request, please look online to make sure the data is not already available. The 2019 Comprehensive Annual Report includes: PIT data, a summary of service data utilization, trends in numbers served and sub-populations, race/ethnicity assessment, and program outcomes.
- 2019 PIT data
- Summary of service data utilization
- Trends in numbers served and sub-populations
- Race/ethnicity assessment
- Program outcomes
If reports on the website do not have the data you are looking for, please complete this form and submit using the submit button. If you have a request for HMIS program updates or HMIS training, please email H3REDTeam@cchealth.org directly. Things to remember when submitting a request:
- The Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) database is constantly updated and data gets cleaned on a regular basis. This means any data that is run can alter slightly if run on a different day.
- We only provide summaries of data and will not provide individual consumer data.
- H3's response to requests may take up two weeks – please let us know if you have an urgent request and why the request is needed sooner.
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