Kawartha Lakes & County of Haliburton: Community Progress Indicators
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Community Progress Indicators:
Kawartha Lakes & County of Haliburton
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Click here to learn more about Community Progress Indcators
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SUMMARYCHRONIC ACTIVE HOMELESS & BASELINE REDUCTIONS
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Date joined campaign: March 2016The chart begins with the baseline month (August 2018) and displays the most recent 12 months of Quality By-Name List data.
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Cohort(s):Reduce
Reporting Month
Active Homeless
Reduced Chronic by 10%
Reduced Chronic by 50%
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Quality By-Name List:
October 2018August 2018575129
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Quality Coordinated Access:
In progressOctober 2018465129
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Community Contact: Michelle CorleyNovember 2018465129
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705-878-9367 ext. 3103December 2018255129
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mcorley@kawarthalakes.caJanuary 2019325129
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February 2019345129
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March 2019515129
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OUR DATA STORYApril 2019555129
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September 2017Began submitting monthly chronic active homeless data to BFZ-CMay 2019585129
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June 2019575129
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August 2018Set baseline monthJuly 2019415129
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August 2019395129
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October 2018Achieved a Quality By-Name ListSeptember 20194651512929
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January 2019Chronic active homeless numbers began to increase as the result of additional engagement with partners and front-line staff
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February 2019Reduced 10% below chronic baseline*
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July 2019Chronic active homeless decreased as the result of a new 24 unit supportive housing building opening
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September 2019Reduced 10% below chronic baseline*
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* A community must sustain a baseline reduction for three consecutive months before it is confirmed by BFZ-C.
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Read more about baseline reductions HERE.
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