EveryOne Home is pleased to share the 2014 Progress Report on Ending Homelessness in Alameda County. This year’s report is different than past outcomes reports and we hope you will find the new format and focus useful. We look forward hearing what you think. Direct any questions or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Changes To The Report
- Uses new federal performance metrics released July 2014
- Includes data from EveryOne Counts! 2015, Alameda County’s Point In Time Homeless Count.
- Focuses more on the performance of the housing and homeless services system than on individual programs
- Connects system change efforts to the the impact we hope they will have on results
Results In The Report
- 51% of people who exited went to permanent housing
- 59% of the people who stayed in programs were staying in Permanent Supportive Housing — they are no longer homeless
- Lengths of stay in transitional housing were shorter
- The estimated overall homeless count = 4,040 — essentially the same as 2013
- Drop in the number of homeless veterans
- Drop in the number of homeless families
- Drop in the number of chronically homeless individuals
Review reports from previous years: