HOME-STAT

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Monthly Dashboard

March 2016

The HOME-STAT monthly dashboard reports on aggregate outcomes, conditions and performance. This month’s dashboard includes an overview of the New Yorkers that HOME-STAT serves, the City’s progress moving those individuals into homes and 311 service requests performance for the month of March 2016 .

In , there were

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total HOME-STAT Clients

HOME-STAT clients represent a wide range of ages, situations and life experiences.

Gender

Age

Special groups

Veterans
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From streets to homes

The public and dedicated HOME-STAT canvassers request assistance for New Yorkers in need through 311. The City's contracted Street Outreach Teams find and engage these individuals to offer them shelter and other services. The Street Outreach Teams help individuals find temporary housing while they work together toward permanent housing.

Location of HOME-STAT Clients

In , there were:

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HOME-STAT clients on the street and other settings

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HOME-STAT clients in transitional housing

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HOME-STAT clients in permanent housing and receiving aftercare services

Placements

In , there were:

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HOME-STAT clients placed in settings other than transitional or permanent housing

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HOME-STAT clients placed in transitional housing

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HOME-STAT clients placed in permanent housing and receiving aftercare services

In , there were

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311 requests

Anyone can use 311 to request outreach assistance for people who may be homeless and living on the streets or in other public places. Note that multiple requests could be made about one person and that a single request could cover more than one person.

Source
Manhattan
Citywide
Public 311 Requests for Outreach Assistance
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Public 311 Requests routed to NYPD

Related to persons repeatedly occupying the same location or setting up temporary dwellings.

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Public 311 Requests for Outreach Assistance

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Manhattan

Citywide: -

Public 311 Requests routed to NYPD

Related to persons repeatedly occupying the same location or setting up temporary dwellings.

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Manhattan

Citywide: -

If you see someone in need of
homeless assistance,
call 311 or use the 311 Mobile App.

Give the exact location of the individual and time you observed them. Provide details about the person’s appearance (such as age, gender, ethnicity, clothing, physical condition), behavior, and other distinguishing characteristics..

The Department of Homeless Services’ contracted Street Outreach Teams will attempt to locate the person, based on the information you provide, within an average of 1 hour. The Street Outreach Teams will offer services such as a bed in transitional housing and assistance in gathering vital documents, applying for public benefits, and receiving permanent housing.

In case of emergency, dial 911.

Download the 311 data on NYC Open Data