Chatham-Kent: Community Progress Indicators
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CHATHAM-KENT: COMMUNITY PROGRESS INDICATORS
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DATE JOINED CAMPAIGNCOHORTQUALITY BY-NAME LISTCOORDINATED ACCESS SYSTEMCOMMUNITY CONTACT
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FEBRUARY 2018REDUCEYESIN PROGRESSCHANTAL PERRY
519-351-1228 ext. 2207
CHANTAL.PERRY@CHATHAM-KENT.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 December 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

Chatham-Kent began submitting monthly aggregate (non-identifying) Chronic Active Homeless data to the Campaign in March 2018. Since that time, Chatham-Kent has continuously improved their processes and data collection methods. After their initial submission, their Chronic Active Homeless number increased as a result of their Point-In-Time Count/Registry Week in April 2018. The next month, the community implemented an inactive policy. In June 2018, they achieved a Quality By-Name List. In the fall of 2018, they refined data collection and entry processes to further include Ontario Works (OW) homelessness data. The integration of OW into their By-Name List and Coordinated Access system led to greater awareness of and connection with people experiencing "hidden homeless" which led to an increase in their November 2018 - February 2019 Chronic Active Homeless numbers. As such, they reset their baseline in December 2018. Through concerted community efforts, including clear definitions and partner training on coordinated access systems, they reduced their Chronic Active Homeless numbers to achieve the "below baseline" milestone over April - June 2019 (10% below their baseline held for three consecutive months).
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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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NOTES: Median is based on data submitted from December 2018 (baseline month) to the most recent month submitted.

Chatham-Kent began submitting monthly chronic move-in data in March of 2018. The spike in July 2018, is the result of a data clean whereby move-ins that were previously missed were added to July’s real value. Ontario Works system integration began in the fall of 2018 and continues to be a consistent and relatively high contributor to move-in successes since February 2019. Additionally, the introduction of a new municipally funded Portable Housing Benefit Program, and improved and targeted landlord partnerships continue to contribute to high monthly move-in numbers.
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