AHF 4/5/2019
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ABCD
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Raw numbers
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March 2018 inventory97Total AHF facilities in City of Houston as reported by TDCJ
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March 2018 uniques88The "unique" number throughout this analysis treats adjacent AHFs as a single facilities.
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April 2019 inventory95Total AHF facilities in City of Houston as reported by TDCJ
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April 2019 uniques83There was a net loss of five unique facilities between March 2018 and April 2019
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Permits issued8
Includes 8 AHF permits issued by City of Houston Planning Department - does not include 3 Correctional Facility permits
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AHFs in permit process67
67 in process + 8 issued = 75 total facilities permitted or in the process of permitting (aka "permit pipeline")
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Unique facilities permitted or in process
69-19 from March 2018, -14 from April 2019
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What happened?
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Location closed2Confirmed closures
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Unknown if closed14AHFs that appear in March 2018, but do not appear in April 2019 or the permitting process
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Total closed or status unknown16Confirmed closures plus "unknown if closed"
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Location denied2
Location denied by the City in the permit process; does not count in facilities permitted or in process
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Where we are today
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March 2018 to April 2019-5Net change in unique facilities since AHF ordinance
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Permit pipeline deficit from April 2019-14Deficit of unique facilities from City permitting to April 2019 TDCJ inventory
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What we are learning
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Number of "beds" in the permit process822
TDCJ does not report capacity, but City permitting does. With more permitted facilities, we can better understand community capacity.
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Average beds per facility14.2Permits range from 4 - 103 beds
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Median beds per facility10.0
Since the median is lower than the mean, we can infer that there are more smaller facilities than larger facilities.
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Known capacity through AHFs822Exact number of beds known through the permit process (58 permit applications)
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Known capacity through Correctional Facilities
41
Correctional Facility permits are not included in this analysis (there are 3 in Houston) but their capacity can be factored in
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Estimated additional capacity through permitting
190
19 facilities in permit process that do not have a certificate of occupancy * 10 estimated beds per facility
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Estimated additional unmeasured capacity
60
6 net facilities that do not appear in the permit pipeline but do appear in April 2019 * 10 beds per facility
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Estimated total capacity1,113Sum of all capacity
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Estimated current demand (per year)6,500
Estimated number of people arriving in Houston on parole each year * 50% to account for those with other housing arrangements
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Unmet need-5,387Estimated number of people who must find other living arrangements each year
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