Emergency Shelter Exits to Permanent Housing

data.marincounty.org | Last Updated 26 Dec 2019

Emergency Shelter exit rates into Permanent Housing, in Marin County. Data is updated monthly, starting in July, 2019. Data is obtained from all agencies in Marin who participate in the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), a database mandated by the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and several state funding sources. VAWA (Violence Against Women Act)-funded Domestic Violence providers do not use HMIS. The tabular data has a data column entitled "Exit Into Permanent Housing Rate." This is the percentage of people who leave Emergency Shelters who move directly into a permanent housing destination, including but not limited to permanent supportive housing, a subsidized or unsubsidized rental by the client, or moving in with family or friends on a non-temporary basis. The calculation excludes people who pass away in shelter or who exit to foster care, hospitals, or to a long-term care facility or nursing home.

Tags: emergency, shelter, exit, permanent, supportive, housing, hmis, homeless, management, information, system, continuum of care, coc, homelessness, hud, vawa

This dataset has the following 6 columns:

Column NameAPI Column NameData TypeSample Values
Monthmonthtext
Yearyearnumber
Exit Into Permanent Housing Ratepermenant_housing_ratenumber
Month Numbermonth_numbernumber
Datedatecalendar_date
Unique IDunique_idtext