The Point-in-Time numbers are the product of annual community-wide efforts each January to determine how many people are living in shelters and other temporary housing, or are unsheltered (living in cars, abandoned buildings, on the streets, or in other places […]
This was the primary takeaway from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)’s 2023 Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR) Part 1, which was released on December 15. The AHAR Part 1 compiles data from Point-in-Time (PIT) Counts conducted […]
The Alliance spoke with several partners on how reforming data collection processes can improve service delivery and illuminate gaps in resources. This report provides highlights from these conversations and points to needed areas of homelessness data reform.
This course (through the Alliance’s Center for Learning) equips program managers to use data tools to measure impact and to create a culture that values and uses data. Low enrollment fee; discounts available.
This course (through the Alliance’s Center for Learning) equips front line staff to make the most of the knowledge you produce by recording client data. Low enrollment fee; discounts available.