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Emily Burgess PERFORMANCE MANAGER NOV 17 2020 Yakima County Homeless Coalition

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Page 1: Yakima County Homeless Coalition

Emily Burgess

PERFORMANCE MANAGER

NOV 17 2020

Yakima County Homeless Coalition

Page 2: Yakima County Homeless Coalition

WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 2

CRIME VICTIMS & PUBLIC SAFETY

BUSINESS ASSISTANCE

PLANNING

INFRASTRUCTURE

COMMUNITY FACILITIES

HOUSINGHOMELESSNESS

ENERGY

COMMUNITY SERVICES

We strengthen communities

Page 3: Yakima County Homeless Coalition

Homeless System Performance Overview

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WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 4

Homeless System Performance Overview

• System Volume

• Length of Time Homeless

• Exits to Permanent Housing

• Returns to Homelessness

• System Prioritization

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WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 5

Homeless System Performance Overview

• System Volume

• Context!

• Project Entries • Emergency Shelter

• Transitional Housing

• Rapid Re-Housing

• All Permanent Housing Types

• Homelessness Prevention 1406

2120

2807

2141

1706

0

500

1000

1500

2000

2500

3000

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

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WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 6

Homeless System Performance Overview

• Length of Time Homeless

• Days

44

77

130

84

104

0

20

40

60

80

100

120

140

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

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WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 7

Homeless System Performance Overview

• Exits to Permanent Housing

• Project Exits • Emergency Shelter

• Transitional Housing

• Rapid Re-Housing

• All Permanent Housing Types

• Rental Vacancy Rates36

41

35 3330

4.2 2 1 0.84.4

0

5

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

Exits Vacancy Rate

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WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 8

Homeless System Performance Overview

• Returns to Homelessness

• Exited to permanent housing 2 years ago

• Has since re-entered system

11

8

1413

17

0

2

4

6

8

10

12

14

16

18

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

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WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 9

Homeless System Performance Overview

• System Prioritization

• Recent History of Unsheltered Homelessness or Fleeing Violence

36

48

62

47

64

0

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

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WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 10

Homeless System Performance Overview

44

77

130

84

104

3641

35 3330

118

14 1317

36

48

62

47

64

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

LOTH Exits to PH Returns Priortization

LOTH & Prioritization: Similar pattern, more variation

Exit to PH and Returns: Steady over past three years, but going in the wrong direction

What do you see?

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WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 11

Deep Dive: Exits to Permanent Housing

2019

2020

2021 Q1 Only

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WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 12

Variables & Context

• System Volume

• Local Prioritization Policies

• Inventory: Changes. Mix and Beds

• Data Quality

• What else?

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WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 13

Homeless System Performance Overview

County / Region Number of Clients (unduplicated)

System Prioritization

RRH Exits to PH PSH Exits to or Retention of PH

Yakima 475 59% 66% 97%

Kitsap 523 37% 71% 92%

Thurston 560 44% 79% 99%

Benton & Franklin 388 28% 92% 100%

Whatcom 871 37% 58% 98%

Because of the many variables we just discussed and because each community has established performance benchmarks using local baseline data, we advise against comparing the performance

outcomes of different counties.

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WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 14

Data Quality Recommendations• Overall, Yakima providers are

improving data quality!

• % Clients in Street Outreach and Night by Night projects with no “HMIS action” for 90 days.

• Make sure follow up contacts are recorded or clients are being exited.

• Can effect CE data management and system performance measures

Q1 2021: 92.9%

Q4 2019: 9.5%

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WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 15

Data Quality Recommendations

Q1 2021: 32.6%

• Prior living situations are matching exit destinations at a high rate.

• Double check that clients are having accurate exit destinations entered.

• Sometimes people do this when they don’t have the correct destination data! No-no!

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WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 16

Clients served in the last quarter

10%

4%

3%

83%

RACE

AI/AN Black or African Amercian Multi-Racial White

49%51%

ETHNICITY

Hispanic / Latinx Non-Hispanic / Non- Latinx

Community Data:

2 % Black or African American

7% AI/AN

63% Hispanic / Latinx

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WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 17

Clients entered in the last quarter

• 21% are violence survivors, of which 38% are currently fleeing violence.

• 40% report a mental health issue.

• 40% report a substance use issue. This is includes alcohol use, drug use and both.

• 26% report a chronic health condition.

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WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 18

Equitable Access & Outcomes

• How long are people homeless before they enter our system?

• Median Days Homeless prior to project involvement• Black or African American: 128 days• AI/AN: 112 days• Multi-Racial: 218 days• Hispanic or Latinx: 62 days• White: 104 days• Average: 104 days

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WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 19

Equitable Access & Outcomes

• How long are people in our projects before they are housed?

• Median Days Enrolled before Housing Placement• Black or African American: 13 days• AI/AN: 33 days• Multi-Racial: 27 days• Hispanic or Latinx: 46 days• White: 35 days• Average: 33 days

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WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 20

Equitable Access & Outcomes

Enrollments in Rapid Rehousing by race and ethnicity

All

Hispanic /Latinx

White

AI/AN

Black or African American

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WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 21

Equitable Access & Outcomes

Exits to Permanent Destinations by race and ethnicity

All

Hispanic /Latinx

White

AI/AN

Black or African American

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WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 22

Equitable Access & Outcomes

Returns to Homelessness by race and ethnicity

0 5 10 15 20 25

AI/AN

Black or African Amercian

White

Hispanic / Latinx

All

Rate of Return

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WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 23

Questions and Discussion

• What did you notice?

• What are you curious about?

• Next steps?

• https://public.tableau.com/profile/comhau#!/