NY-512 Troy/Rensselaer County CoC
Homeless Data Reports
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NY-512 Troy/Rensselaer County CoC
Homeless Data Reports
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CARES Regional HMIS
NY-512 Rensselaer Data Completeness Report (Oct 1, 2017 – April 30, 2018)
Rensselaer FY 2016 Annual Report (Oct 2015-Sept 2016)
Rensselaer FY 2016 4th Quarter Report (July-Sept 2016)
Rensselaer FY 2016 3rd Quarter Report (April-June 2016)
Rensselaer FY 2016 2nd Quarter Report (Jan-March 2016)
Rensselaer FY 2016 1st Quarter Report (Oct-Dec 2015)
Quarterly Report Methodology Document (Updated 4.29.2016)
Rensselaer FY 2015 Annual Report (October 2014-September 2015)
Rensselaer FY 2015 4th Quarter Report (July-September 2015)
Rensselaer FY 2015 4th Quarter Report – Infographics (July-September 2015)
Rensselaer FY 2015 3rd Quarter Report (Apr-Jun 2015)
Rensselaer FY 2015 3rd Quarter Report – Infographics (Apr-Jun 2015)
Rensselaer FY 2015 2nd Quarter Report (Jan-Mar 2015)
Rensselaer FY 2015 2nd Quarter Report – GIS (Jan-Mar 2015)
Rensselaer FY 2015 2nd Quarter Report – Infographic (Jan-Mar 2015)
Rensselaer FY 2015 1st Quarter Report (Oct-Dec 2014)
Effective October 1, 2014 CARES and the CRHMIS have updated their reporting year to match the Federal Fiscal Year. As such, there are only 3 quarters included in the 2014 Reporting Year. Reports prior to January 1, 2014 are listed under the 2013 Reporting Year, and reports after October 1, 2014 are listed under the 2015 Federal Fiscal Year.
Rensselaer 2014 3rd Quarter Report (Jul-Sep 2014)
Rensselaer 2014 2nd Quarter Report (Apr-Jun 2014)
Rensselaer 2014 1st Quarter Report (Jan-Mar 2014)
Rensselaer 2014 AHAR – All (Full)
Rensselaer 2014 AHAR – All (Summary)
Rensselaer 2014 AHAR – Veterans (Summary)
City of Troy 2014 AHAR – All (Full)
City of Troy 2014 AHAR – All (Summary)
City of Troy 2014 AHAR – Veterans (Full)
City of Troy 2014 AHAR – Veterans (Summary)
DATA COMPLETENESS & QUALITY
Highlights Universal Data Elements (required by HUD) with high levels of missing data and/or poor data quality. Quality measures were added in 2018 to help communities improve data critical to System Performance Measures.
– Produced on the first business day of every month.
– Includes data from the beginning of the Federal Fiscal Year (October 1) through the last day of the most recent complete month.
Compiles data from all programs within the CoC to provide a comprehensive status update of the community.
Quarter 1 (Q1): October 1 – December 31
Quarter 2 (Q2): January 1 – March 31
Quarter 3 (Q3): April 1 – June 30
Quarter 4 (Q4): July 1 – September 30
In-depth look at client demographics within the CoC.
– Produced at the end of the federal fiscal year.
– Includes data from the entire Federal Fiscal year (October 1 – September 30) for the CoC.
2018 Housing Inventory Count & Point-In-Time Counts
Housing Inventory Count & Point in Time Webinar (Recorded: 1/22/2018)
HOUSING INVENTORY COUNT
The Housing Inventory Count (HIC) is a point-in-time inventory of provider programs within your Continuum of Care that provide beds and units dedicated to serve persons who are homeless. The HIC is categorized by five Program Types.
- Emergency Shelter: Total number of emergency shelter beds and units that are designated to serve people who are homeless and are recognized as part of the formal homeless system.
- Transitional Housing: Total number of transitional housing beds and units designated to serve people who are homeless and are recognized as part of the formal homeless system.
- Safe Haven: Total number of Safe Haven beds and units that satisfy HUD’s standards, as identified in the 2009 NOFA.
- Rapid Re-housing: Total number of rapid re-housing beds and units.
- Permanent Supportive Housing: Total number of permanent supportive housing beds and units.
The Point-in-Time (PIT) count refers to a sheltered and unsheltered count of homeless persons. HUD requires that Continuums of Care conduct an annual count of homeless persons who are sheltered in emergency shelter, transitional housing, and Safe Havens on a single night. Continuums of Care also must conduct a count of unsheltered homeless persons every other year (odd numbered years). Counts are based on:
- Number of persons in households without children;
- Number of persons in households with at least one adult and one child; and
- Number of persons in households with only children. This includes only persons age 17 or under, including one-child households, adolescent parents and their children, adolescent siblings, or other household configurations composed only of children.
Counts are further broken down into subpopulation categories including counts of persons who are chronically homeless, persons with severe mental illness, chronic substance abusers, veterans, persons with HIV/AIDS, and victims of domestic violence.
“Continuum of Care (CoC) Homeless Assistance Programs Housing Inventory Count Reports provide a snapshot of a CoC’s HIC, an inventory of housing conducted annually during the last ten days in January, and are available at the national and state level, as well as for each CoC. The reports tally the number of beds and units available on the night designated for the count by program type, and include beds dedicated to serve persons who are homeless as well as persons in Permanent Supportive Housing. New for this year, the reports also include data on beds dedicated to serve specific sub-populations of persons.”
“Continuum of Care (CoC) Homeless Assistance Programs Homeless Populations and Subpopulations Reports provide counts for sheltered and unsheltered homeless persons by household type and subpopulation, available at the national and state level, and for each CoC. The reports are based on Point-in-Time (PIT) information provided to HUD by CoCs in the application for CoC Homeless Assistance Programs. The PIT Count provides a count of sheltered and unsheltered homeless persons on a single night during the last ten days in January.
Note: HUD has conducted a limited data quality review but has not independently verified all of the information submitted by each CoC. The reader is therefore cautioned that since compliance with these standards may vary, the reliability and consistency of the homeless counts may also vary among CoCs. Additionally, a shift in the methodology a CoC uses to count the homeless may cause a change in homeless counts between reporting periods. These reports are available starting in 2005.”
“Continuum of Care (CoC) Homeless Assistance Programs Dashboard Reports show claimed geography and geographic coverage changes for the previous two program years and also include information on each CoC’s awards by award amount, program type, and renewal type. The reports contain summary data from the Point-in-Time (PIT) count and Housing Inventory Count (HIC), which provide a quick overview of a CoC’s performance in serving homeless individuals with their CoC awards.
Note: This report is based on information provided to HUD by CoCs in the CoC application and has not been independently verified by HUD.”
“CoC Award Summary Reports by Program Type provide snapshots of award data broken down by eligible program component types for the year selected. The reports, which can be run to show a specific CoC or State’s program components, also display the amount and percentage of new projects and renewal projects.
Note: FY 2012 is the first year awards were made under the new CoC Program, which consolidated the three separate McKinney-Vento homeless assistance programs, including the Supportive Housing Program (SHP), Shelter Plus Care (S+C) Program, and Section 8 Moderate Rehabilitation SRO Program. Awards made in 2011 or earlier are broken down by eligible program components as authorized through the SHP, S+C, and SRO program regulations.”