Ottawa: Community Progress Indicators
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MONTHMOVE-INsMEDIAN (7)MONTH
CHRONIC THRESHOLD
ACTIVELY HOMELESS
PROJECTED NET MONTHLY CHANGE
# REMAINING IF NET AVG IS MAINTAINED
MEDIAN (417)
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OTTAWA: COMMUNITY PROGRESS INDICATORS
July 201797
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August 201787
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DATE JOINED CAMPAIGNCOHORTQUALITY BY-NAME LISTCOORDINATED ACCESS SYSTEMCOMMUNITY CONTACTSeptember 2017127
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APRIL 2015REDUCEYESIN PROGRESSPAUL LAVIGNE
613-580-2424 ext. 43206
PAUL.LAVIGNE@OTTAWA.CA
October 2017127
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November 2017117
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CHRONIC ACTIVE HOMELESS DASHBOARDDecember 201757
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January 2018107
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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
February 201837
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4314313March 2018127
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April 201857
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May 201837
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June 201817
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July 201837
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August 2018187
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September 201877
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October 2018127
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November 201877
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December 201897
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July 20173386-2.3386417
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August 20173389-2.3388417
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September 20173385-2.3391417
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October 20173372-2.3393417
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November 20173376-2.3395417
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December 20173385-2.3397417
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January 20183391-2.3400417
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February 20183408-2.3402417
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March 20183406-2.3404417
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April 20183416-2.3406417
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May 20183431-2.3409417
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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 May 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

Ottawa began reporting monthly aggregate (non-identifying) Chronic Active Homeless data to the Campaign in July 2017. In April 2018, Ottawa conducted a Point-in-Time Count, however, the initiative was not considered a factor in any changes to their Chronic Active Homeless number. After achieving a Quality By-Name List in June 2018, the community selected May 2018 as their baseline. Since October 2018, Ottawa has been on track for a downward shift in their Chronic Active Homeless number.

June 20183430-2.3411417
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July 20183431-2.3413417
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August 20183405-2.3415417
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September 20183420-2.3418417
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October 20183412-2.3420417
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CHRONIC HOUSING MOVE-IN DASHBOARDNovember 20183413-2.3422417
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December 20183410-2.3424417
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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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5July 2017160
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NOTES: Median is based on data submitted from May 2018 (baseline month) to the most recent month submitted.

Ottawa began reporting monthly chronic move-in data in July 2017. Ottawa is counting move-ins after housing has been retained for 90 days. Ottawa’s move-in lows for 2018 reflect the national trends in rising demands for rental housing outpacing supply. Ontario’s vacancy rate was one of the lowest in Canada and Ottawa’s vacancy rate dropped to an average of 1.6% in 2018. The highs or increases in housing move-ins correlate with the opening of new permanent supportive housing programs.
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