Kawartha Lakes & County of Haliburton: Community Progress Indicators
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KAWARTHA LAKES & COUNTY OF HALIBURTON:
COMMUNITY PROGRESS INDICATORS
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DATE JOINED CAMPAIGNCOHORTQUALITY BY-NAME LISTCOORDINATED ACCESS SYSTEMCOMMUNITY CONTACT
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MARCH 2016REDUCEYESIN PROGRESSMICHELLE CORLEY
705-878-9367 ext. 3103
MCORLEY@KAWARTHALAKES.CA
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CHRONIC ACTIVE HOMELESS DASHBOARD
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NUMBER OF CHRONIC ACTIVE HOMELESS
IN MOST RECENT REPORTED MONTH
CHRONIC ACTIVE HOMELESS
BASELINE
CHRONIC ACTIVE HOMELESS THRESHOLD
FOR FUNCTIONAL ZERO
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NOTES: Chronic is defined as homeless for six months or more in the past year. Active means recent interaction with the homeless serving system. Median is based on data from August 2018 (baseline month) to the most recent month submitted. Further information is included in the Data Dashboards Overview - http://www.20khomes.ca/wp-content/uploads/20KHomes-Data-Dashboards.pdf

Kawartha-Haliburton began submitting monthly aggregate (non-identifying) Chronic Active Homeless data to the Campaign in September 2017. Kawartha-Haliburton saw an increase in their Chronic Active Homeless number in June 2018 as a result of their Registry Week. They acheived a Quality By-Name List in October 2018 and then set their baseline for August 2018 (their first month of quality data). Since then, they have seen reductions in their Chronic Active Homeless number. In December 2018, the community completed a quality improvement project, wherein they cleaned their database to ensure the accuracy of their By-Name List resulting in the December 2018 decrease in their Actively Homeless number. Community-wide, front-line staff training is currently underway as part of another quality improvement project to ensure that a) front line staff understand their Coordinated Entry (Access) System, b) understand the new processes that have been implemented to their system and c) ensuring that the community is consistently connecting with those who are experiencing homelessness so their data can be as accurate as possible.

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CHRONIC HOUSING MOVE-IN DASHBOARD
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NUMBER OF CHRONIC MOVE-INs
IN MOST RECENT REPORTED MONTH
MONTH COMMUNITY STARTED REPORTING
CHRONIC MOVE-INs
TOTAL CHRONIC MOVE-INs SINCE
COMMUNITY STARTED REPORTING
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0August 201663
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NOTES: Median is based on data submitted from August 2018 (baseline month) to the most recent month submitted.

Kawartha-Haliburton began reporting monthly chronic housing move-in data in August 2016. The data presented here aligns with the timeframe of data presented in the Chronic Active Homeless Dashboard above.

The spike in move-ins in December 2018 is due to a quality improvement project, wherein the community cleaned their database to ensure the accuracy of their By-Name List. This number is reflective of move-ins that occurred in December, as well as move-ins that should have been reported in earlier months. Other data spikes also coincide to periodic data cleanups with community agencies since August 2016. Community wide training for front-line staff and the implementation of a secure online portal where consented agencies can provide housing updates is currently underway to ensure that the community is consistently updating the By-Name List Coordinator on housing updates. Kawartha-Haliburton is hoping that these changes will ensure that their data can be as accurate as possible.

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