CARES Regional HMIS Reports

2012-2014

Effective October 1, 2014 the CRHMIS changed their reporting from the calendar year to the Federal Fiscal Year.
As such, there are only 3 quarters included in the 2014 Reporting Year.
October – December 2014 are part of the 2015 Federal Fiscal Year.

2014 Reporting Year
Albany 2014 3rd Quarter (July – September 2014)
Albany 2014 2nd Quarter (April – June 2014)
Albany 2014 1st Quarter (January – March 2014)
Albany 2014 AHAR – All (Summary)
Albany 2014 AHAR – All (Full)
Albany 2014 AHAR – Veterans (Summary)
Albany 2014 AHAR – Veterans (Full)

2013 Reporting Year

Albany 2013 4th Quarter & Annual (4Q: October – December 2013; Annual: January – December 2013)
Albany 2013 AHAR – All
Albany 2013 AHAR – Veterans

2012 Reporting Year

Albany 2012 Annual (January – December 2012)
Albany 2012 AHAR – All (Summary)
Albany 2012 AHAR – Veterans (Summary)

2012-2014

Effective October 1, 2014 the CRHMIS changed their reporting from the calendar year to the Federal Fiscal Year.
As such, there are only 3 quarters included in the 2014 Reporting Year.
October – December 2014 are part of the 2015 Federal Fiscal Year.

2014 Reporting Year

Schenectady 2014 3rd Quarter (July – September 2014)
Schenectady 2014 2nd Quarter (April – June 2014)
Schenectady 2014 1st Quarter (January – March 2014)
Schenectady 2014 AHAR – All (Summary)
Schenectady 2014 AHAR – All (Full)
Schenectady 2014 AHAR – Veterans (Summary)
Schenectady 2014 AHAR – Veterans (Full)

2013 Reporting Year

Schenectady 2013 4th Quarter & Annual (4Q: October – December 2013; Annual: January – December 2013)
Schenectady 2013 AHAR – All
Schenectady 2013 AHAR – Veterans

2012 Reporting Year

Schenectady 2012 Annual (January – December 2012)
Schenectady 2012 AHAR – All (Summary)
Schenectady 2012 AHAR – Veterans (Summary)

2012-2014

Effective October 1, 2014 the CRHMIS changed their reporting from the calendar year to the Federal Fiscal Year.
As such, there are only 3 quarters included in the 2014 Reporting Year.
October – December 2014 are part of the 2015 Federal Fiscal Year.

2014 Reporting Year

Rensselaer 2014 3rd Quarter (July – September 2014)
Rensselaer 2014 2nd Quarter (April – June 2014)
Rensselaer 2014 1st Quarter ((January – March 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)

2013 Reporting Year

Rensselaer 2013 4th Quarter & Annual (4Q: October – December 2013; Annual: January – December 2013)
Rensselaer 2013 AHAR – All
Rensselaer 2013 AHAR – Veterans
City of Troy 2013 AHAR – All
City of Troy 2013 AHAR – Veterans

2012 Reporting Year

Rensselaer 2012 Annual (January – December 2012)
Rensselaer 2012 AHAR – All (Summary)
Rensselaer 2012 AHAR – Veterans (Summary)
City of Troy 2012 AHAR – All (Summary)
City of Troy 2012 AHAR – Veterans (Summary)

2012-2014

Effective October 1, 2014 the CRHMIS changed their reporting from the calendar year to the Federal Fiscal Year.
As such, there are only 3 quarters included in the 2014 Reporting Year.
Reports starting October 1, 2014 are listed under the 2015 Federal Fiscal Year.

Clinton 2014 3rd Quarter Report (July – September 2014)
Clinton 2014 2nd Quarter Report (April – June 2014)
Clinton 2014 1st Quarter Report (January – March 2014)
Clinton 2014 AHAR – All (Summary)
Clinton 2014 AHAR – All (Full)
Clinton 2014 AHAR – Veterans (Summary)
Clinton 2014 AHAR – Veterans (Full)

2013 Reporting Year

Clinton 2013 4th Quarter & Annual Report (4Q: October – December 2013; Annual: January – December 2013)
Clinton 2013 AHAR – All
Clinton 2013 AHAR – Veterans

2012 Reporting Year

Clinton 2012 Annual (January – December 2012)
Clinton 2012 AHAR – All (Summary)
Clinton 2012 AHAR – Veterans (Summary)

2012-2014

Effective October 1, 2014 the CRHMIS changed their reporting from the calendar year to the Federal Fiscal Year.
As such, there are only 3 quarters included in the 2014 Reporting Year.
Reports starting October 1, 2014 are listed under the 2015 Federal Fiscal Year.

2014 Reporting Year

Jefferson, Lewis & St. Lawrence 2014 3rd Quarter (July – September 2014)
Jefferson, Lewis & St. Lawrence 2014 2nd Quarter (April – June 2014)
Jefferson, Lewis & St. Lawrence 2014 AHAR – All (Summary)
Jefferson, Lewis & St. Lawrence 2014 AHAR – All (Full)
Jefferson, Lewis & St. Lawrence 2014 AHAR – Veterans (Summary)
Jefferson, Lewis & St. Lawrence 2014 AHAR – Veterans (Full)

2013 Reporting Year

Jefferson, Lewis & St. Lawrence 2013 4th Quarter & Annual (4Q: October – December 2013; Annual: January – December 2013)
Jefferson, Lewis & St. Lawrence 2013 AHAR – All
Jefferson, Lewis & St. Lawrence 2013 AHAR – Veterans

2012 Reporting Year

Jefferson, Lewis & St. Lawrence 2012 Annual (January – December 2012)
Jefferson, Lewis & St. Lawrence 2012 AHAR – All (Summary)
Jefferson, Lewis & St. Lawrence 2012 AHAR – Veterans (Summary)

2013-2014

Effective October 1, 2014 the CRHMIS changed their reporting from the calendar year to the Federal Fiscal Year.
As such, there are only 3 quarters included in the 2014 Reporting Year.
Reports starting October 1, 2014 are listed under the 2015 Federal Fiscal Year.

2014 Reporting Year

Orange 2014 3rd Quarter (July – September 2014)
Orange 2014 2nd Quarter (April – June 2014)
Orange 2014 1st Quarter (January – March 2014)
Orange 2014 AHAR – All (Summary)
Orange 2014 AHAR – All (Full)
Orange 2014 AHAR – Veterans (Summary)
Orange 2014 AHAR – Veterans (Full)

2013 Reporting Year

Orange 2013 4th Quarter & Annual (4Q: October – December 2013; Annual: January – December 2013)
Orange 2013 AHAR – All
Orange 2013 AHAR – Veterans

2013-2014

Effective October 1, 2014 the CRHMIS changed their reporting from the calendar year to the Federal Fiscal Year.
As such, there are only 3 quarters included in the 2014 Reporting Year.
Reports starting October 1, 2014 are listed under the 2015 Federal Fiscal Year.

2014 Reporting Year

Ulster 2014 3rd Quarter (July – September 2014)
Ulster 2014 2nd Quarter (April – June 2014)
Ulster 2014 1st Quarter (January – March 2014)
Ulster 2014 AHAR – All (Summary)
Ulster 2014 AHAR – All (Full)
Ulster 2014 AHAR – Veterans (Summary)
Ulster 2014 AHAR – Veterans (Full)

2013 Reporting Year

Ulster 2013 4th Quarter & Annual (4Q: October – December 2013; Annual: January – December 2013)
Ulster 2013 AHAR – All
Ulster 2013 AHAR – Veterans

2013-2014

Effective October 1, 2014 the CRHMIS changed their reporting from the calendar year to the Federal Fiscal Year.
As such, there are only 3 quarters included in the 2014 Reporting Year.
Reports starting October 1, 2014 are listed under the 2015 Federal Fiscal Year.

2014 Reporting Year

FMS 2014 3rd Quarter (July – September 2014)
FMS 2014 2nd Quarter (April – June 2014)
FMS 2014 1st Quarter (January – March 2014)

2013 Reporting Year

FMS 2013 4th Quarter and Annual (4Q: October – December 2013; Annual: January – December 2013)

CARES creates the following reports for each CoC that participates in the CRHMIS:

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.

QUARTERLY REPORT

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

ANNUAL REPORT

In-depth look at client demographics within the CoC.

Produced at the end of the federal fiscal year.
Data from the entire Federal Fiscal year (October 1 – September 30).

CoC HIC & PIT Reports

HOUSING INVENTORY COUNT (HIC)

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.

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. Safe Haven: Total number of Safe Haven beds and units that satisfy HUD’s standards, as identified in the 2009 NOFA.
  4. Rapid Re-housing: Total number of rapid re-housing beds and units.
  5. Permanent Supportive Housing: Total number of permanent supportive housing beds and units.

POINT-IN-TIME COUNT (PIT)

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:

  1. Number of persons in households without children;
  2. Number of persons in households with at least one adult and one child; and
  3. 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.

SYSTEM PERFORMANCE MEASURES (SPM)

A critical aspect of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act, as amended, is a focus on viewing the local homeless response as a coordinated system of homeless assistance options as opposed to homeless assistance programs and funding sources that operate independently in a community. To facilitate this perspective the Act now requires communities to measure their performance as a coordinated system, in addition to analyzing performance by specific projects or project types.

The Act has established a set of selection criteria for HUD to use in awarding CoC funding in section 427 that require CoCs to report to HUD their system-level performance. The intent of these selection criteria are to encourage CoCs, in coordination with ESG Program recipients and all other homeless assistance stakeholders in the community, to regularly measure their progress in meeting the needs of people experiencing homelessness in their community and to report this progress to HUD.

CoCs also play an integral role in Consolidated Plan (Con Plan) jurisdictions’ planning process. They are required to provide the jurisdiction with the information necessary to complete the Con Plan(s) for homeless assistance provided to persons within the CoC’s geographic area that falls within the Con Plan jurisdiction’s geographic area, including data on performance measures. HUD will use the system-level performance information as a competitive element in its annual CoC Program Competition and to gauge the state of the homeless response system nationally.

*Please note: only reports conducted while CARES was the Collaborative Applicant for the CoC are included.

IMPORTANT – PLEASE READ
Unlike the CRHMIS custom reports above, the links provide HUD-developed reports.  

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