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HUD 2016 Continuum of Care Homeless Assistance Programs

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This report is for Fulton County, GA - The Metro Atlanta area

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HUD 2016 Continuum of Care Homeless Assistance Programs

  1. 1. HUD 2016 Continuum of Care Homeless Assistance Programs Housing Inventory Count Report Important Notes About This Data:This report is based on information provided to HUD by Continuums of Care in the 2016 Continuum of Care application and has not been independently verified by HUD. CoCs were instructed to collect data for a point-in-time during the last week of January 2016. For inquiries about data reported by a specific Continuum of Care, please contact that jurisdiction directly. CoC contact information can be found on the HUD Exchange web site (https://www.hudexchange.info/grantees/). In some cases, a community may have listed a program in the Housing Inventory Count but did not provide sufficient information/detail for HUD to understand the number of beds/units available and the target population served. Those programs have been removed for the purposes of this report. CoC Number: GA-502 CoC Name: Fulton County CoC Summary of all beds reported by Continuum of Care: CoC beds reported by Program Type: Family Units¹ Family Beds¹ Adult-Only Beds Seasonal Overflow / Voucher Total Yr- Round Beds Emergency, Safe Haven and Transitional Housing 100 250 164 0 0422 Child-Only Beds 8 0 0 Veteran Beds³ Youth Beds³ Subset of Total Bed Inventory Chronic Beds² n/a Emergency Shelter 39 95 31 0 01260 0 0n/a Transitional Housing 61 155 133 n/a n/a2968 0 0n/a Permanent Housing 150 413 197 n/a n/a6100 0 0n/a Permanent Supportive Housing* 131 370 197 n/a n/a5670 0 0517 Rapid Re-Housing 19 43 0 n/a n/a430 0 0n/a Grand Total 250 663 361 0 01,0328 0 0517 Emergency Shelter for Families¹ Provider Name Facility Name Family Units¹ Family Beds¹ Adult-Only Beds Total Beds Seasonal Overflow / Voucher Child-Only Beds Veteran Beds³ Youth Beds³ Subset of Total Bed Inventory Chronic Beds² The Salvation Army Fulton County Families 7 23 0 230 00 0 0n/a 7 23 0 230 0Total 0 0 0n/a Friday, December 02, 2016 *HUD’s point-in-time count does not include persons or beds in Permanent Supportive Housing as currently homeless. **Other Permanent Housing (OPH) - consists of PH - Housing with Services (no disability required for entry) and PH - Housing Only, as identified in the 2014 HMIS Data Standards. ¹Family Units and Family Beds categories include units and beds for households with one adult and at least one child under age 18. 2 Chronic Beds include beds in Permanent Supportive Housing dedicated to serve chronically homeless persons. 3 Veteran Beds and Youth Beds, respectively, include beds dedicated to serve homeless veterans and their families, and include beds dedicated to housing homeless youth age 24 and younger.
  2. 2. HUD 2016 Continuum of Care Homeless Assistance Programs Housing Inventory Count Report Important Notes About This Data:This report is based on information provided to HUD by Continuums of Care in the 2016 Continuum of Care application and has not been independently verified by HUD. CoCs were instructed to collect data for a point-in-time during the last week of January 2016. For inquiries about data reported by a specific Continuum of Care, please contact that jurisdiction directly. CoC contact information can be found on the HUD Exchange web site (https://www.hudexchange.info/grantees/). In some cases, a community may have listed a program in the Housing Inventory Count but did not provide sufficient information/detail for HUD to understand the number of beds/units available and the target population served. Those programs have been removed for the purposes of this report. Emergency Shelter for Mixed Populations Provider Name Facility Name Family Units¹ Family Beds¹ Adult-Only Beds Total Beds Seasonal Overflow / Voucher Child-Only Beds Veteran Beds³ Youth Beds³ Subset of Total Bed Inventory Chronic Beds² Living Room, Inc. Supportive Services - Emerge 17 28 0 280 00 0 0n/a The Drake House The Drake House 15 44 0 440 00 0 0n/a 32 72 0 720 0Total 0 0 0n/a Emergency Shelter for Adult Individuals Provider Name Facility Name Family Units¹ Family Beds¹ Adult-Only Beds Total Beds Seasonal Overflow / Voucher Child-Only Beds Veteran Beds³ Youth Beds³ Subset of Total Bed Inventory Chronic Beds² Atlanta Step Up Society Newnan Street 0 0 5 50 00 0 0n/a Atlanta Step Up Society Graham Street 0 0 10 100 00 0 0n/a Living Room, Inc. Supportive Services - Recupe 0 0 10 100 00 0 0n/a The Salvation Army Fulton County Singles 0 0 6 60 00 0 0n/a 0 0 31 310 0Total 0 0 0n/a Transitional Housing for Families¹ Provider Name Facility Name Family Units¹ Family Beds¹ Adult-Only Beds Total Beds Seasonal Overflow / Voucher Child-Only Beds Veteran Beds³ Youth Beds³ Subset of Total Bed Inventory Chronic Beds² Action Ministries, Inc. Transitional Housing DeKalb 1 5 0 5n/a n/a0 0 0n/a Homestretch:HomeStretch: Housing Initi Homestretch 30 90 0 90n/a n/a0 0 0n/a Travelers Aid Fulton Transitional Housing 2 8 0 8n/a n/a0 0 0n/a 33 103 0 103n/a n/aTotal 0 0 0n/a Friday, December 02, 2016 2 *HUD’s point-in-time count does not include persons or beds in Permanent Supportive Housing as currently homeless. **Other Permanent Housing (OPH) - consists of PH - Housing with Services (no disability required for entry) and PH - Housing Only, as identified in the 2014 HMIS Data Standards. ¹Family Units and Family Beds categories include units and beds for households with one adult and at least one child under age 18. 2 Chronic Beds include beds in Permanent Supportive Housing dedicated to serve chronically homeless persons. 3 Veteran Beds and Youth Beds, respectively, include beds dedicated to serve homeless veterans and their families, and include beds dedicated to housing homeless youth age 24 and younger.
  3. 3. HUD 2016 Continuum of Care Homeless Assistance Programs Housing Inventory Count Report Important Notes About This Data:This report is based on information provided to HUD by Continuums of Care in the 2016 Continuum of Care application and has not been independently verified by HUD. CoCs were instructed to collect data for a point-in-time during the last week of January 2016. For inquiries about data reported by a specific Continuum of Care, please contact that jurisdiction directly. CoC contact information can be found on the HUD Exchange web site (https://www.hudexchange.info/grantees/). In some cases, a community may have listed a program in the Housing Inventory Count but did not provide sufficient information/detail for HUD to understand the number of beds/units available and the target population served. Those programs have been removed for the purposes of this report. Transitional Housing for Mixed Populations Provider Name Facility Name Family Units¹ Family Beds¹ Adult-Only Beds Total Beds Seasonal Overflow / Voucher Child-Only Beds Veteran Beds³ Youth Beds³ Subset of Total Bed Inventory Chronic Beds² Mary Hall Freedom House, Inc. Elizabeth's Place Transitional 19 19 0 19n/a n/a0 0 0n/a Mary Hall Freedom House, Inc. Reaching New Heights Trans 9 33 0 33n/a n/a0 0 0n/a 28 52 0 52n/a n/aTotal 0 0 0n/a Transitional Housing for Adult Individuals Provider Name Facility Name Family Units¹ Family Beds¹ Adult-Only Beds Total Beds Seasonal Overflow / Voucher Child-Only Beds Veteran Beds³ Youth Beds³ Subset of Total Bed Inventory Chronic Beds² Antioch Urban Ministries, Inc. Matthew's Place 0 0 16 16n/a n/a0 0 0n/a Caring Works, Inc. Hope House 0 0 70 70n/a n/a0 0 0n/a Essence of Hope SHAVED 0 0 22 22n/a n/a0 0 0n/a Gilgal, Inc. The Life Exchange Center 0 0 13 13n/a n/a0 0 0n/a Gilgal, Inc. Homeward Bound Program 0 0 12 12n/a n/a0 0 0n/a 0 0 133 133n/a n/aTotal 0 0 0n/a Transitional Housing for Youth (Under 18 yrs.) Provider Name Facility Name Family Units¹ Family Beds¹ Adult-Only Beds Total Beds Seasonal Overflow / Voucher Child-Only Beds Veteran Beds³ Youth Beds³ Subset of Total Bed Inventory Chronic Beds² The Children's Village at Christian City Crisis Stabilization Cottage - 0 0 0 8n/a n/a8 0 0n/a 0 0 0 8n/a n/aTotal 8 0 0n/a Friday, December 02, 2016 3 *HUD’s point-in-time count does not include persons or beds in Permanent Supportive Housing as currently homeless. **Other Permanent Housing (OPH) - consists of PH - Housing with Services (no disability required for entry) and PH - Housing Only, as identified in the 2014 HMIS Data Standards. ¹Family Units and Family Beds categories include units and beds for households with one adult and at least one child under age 18. 2 Chronic Beds include beds in Permanent Supportive Housing dedicated to serve chronically homeless persons. 3 Veteran Beds and Youth Beds, respectively, include beds dedicated to serve homeless veterans and their families, and include beds dedicated to housing homeless youth age 24 and younger.
  4. 4. HUD 2016 Continuum of Care Homeless Assistance Programs Housing Inventory Count Report Important Notes About This Data:This report is based on information provided to HUD by Continuums of Care in the 2016 Continuum of Care application and has not been independently verified by HUD. CoCs were instructed to collect data for a point-in-time during the last week of January 2016. For inquiries about data reported by a specific Continuum of Care, please contact that jurisdiction directly. CoC contact information can be found on the HUD Exchange web site (https://www.hudexchange.info/grantees/). In some cases, a community may have listed a program in the Housing Inventory Count but did not provide sufficient information/detail for HUD to understand the number of beds/units available and the target population served. Those programs have been removed for the purposes of this report. Permanent Supportive Housing for Families¹ Provider Name Facility Name Family Units¹ Family Beds¹ Adult-Only Beds Total Beds Seasonal Overflow / Voucher Child-Only Beds Veteran Beds³ Youth Beds³ Subset of Total Bed Inventory Chronic Beds² Caring Works, Inc. M.O.V>E 18 84 0 84n/a n/a0 0 084 Fulton County Board of Commissioners Fulton County PSH 23 95 0 95n/a n/a0 0 095 Literacy to Legacy LL Permanent Supportive Ho 14 58 0 58n/a n/a0 0 058 55 237 0 237n/a n/aTotal 0 0 0237 Permanent Supportive Housing for Mixed Populations Provider Name Facility Name Family Units¹ Family Beds¹ Adult-Only Beds Total Beds Seasonal Overflow / Voucher Child-Only Beds Veteran Beds³ Youth Beds³ Subset of Total Bed Inventory Chronic Beds² Jerusalem House Scattered Site I 10 12 0 12n/a n/a0 0 00 Jerusalem House Scattered Site II 38 38 0 38n/a n/a0 0 00 Mary Hall Freedom House, Inc. Higher Ground III 14 38 0 38n/a n/a0 0 038 The Quilt Transitional Housing Project The Sole Project 14 45 0 45n/a n/a0 0 045 76 133 0 133n/a n/aTotal 0 0 083 Friday, December 02, 2016 4 *HUD’s point-in-time count does not include persons or beds in Permanent Supportive Housing as currently homeless. **Other Permanent Housing (OPH) - consists of PH - Housing with Services (no disability required for entry) and PH - Housing Only, as identified in the 2014 HMIS Data Standards. ¹Family Units and Family Beds categories include units and beds for households with one adult and at least one child under age 18. 2 Chronic Beds include beds in Permanent Supportive Housing dedicated to serve chronically homeless persons. 3 Veteran Beds and Youth Beds, respectively, include beds dedicated to serve homeless veterans and their families, and include beds dedicated to housing homeless youth age 24 and younger.
  5. 5. HUD 2016 Continuum of Care Homeless Assistance Programs Housing Inventory Count Report Important Notes About This Data:This report is based on information provided to HUD by Continuums of Care in the 2016 Continuum of Care application and has not been independently verified by HUD. CoCs were instructed to collect data for a point-in-time during the last week of January 2016. For inquiries about data reported by a specific Continuum of Care, please contact that jurisdiction directly. CoC contact information can be found on the HUD Exchange web site (https://www.hudexchange.info/grantees/). In some cases, a community may have listed a program in the Housing Inventory Count but did not provide sufficient information/detail for HUD to understand the number of beds/units available and the target population served. Those programs have been removed for the purposes of this report. Permanent Supportive Housing for Adult Individuals Provider Name Facility Name Family Units¹ Family Beds¹ Adult-Only Beds Total Beds Seasonal Overflow / Voucher Child-Only Beds Veteran Beds³ Youth Beds³ Subset of Total Bed Inventory Chronic Beds² Caring Works, Inc. Shamrock/PSH 0 0 10 10n/a n/a0 0 010 Caring Works, Inc. SPC I Atlanta 0 0 9 9n/a n/a0 0 09 Caring Works, Inc. SPC II Atlanta 0 0 10 10n/a n/a0 0 010 Covenant House Georgia, Inc. ROPAL Fulton County S+C 0 0 2 2n/a n/a0 0 02 Georgia Rehabilitation Outreach, Inc. Georgia Rehabilitation Outre 0 0 22 22n/a n/a0 0 022 Georgia Rehabilitation Outreach, Inc. Georgia Rehabilitation Outre 0 0 40 40n/a n/a0 0 040 Georgia Rehabilitation Outreach, Inc. Georgia Rehabilitation Outre 0 0 2 2n/a n/a0 0 02 Georgia Rehabilitation Outreach, Inc. Georgia Rehabilitation Outre 0 0 4 4n/a n/a0 0 04 Georgia Rehabilitation Outreach, Inc. Georgia Rehabilitation Outre 0 0 4 4n/a n/a0 0 04 Georgia Rehabilitation Outreach, Inc. Georgia Rehabilitation Outre 0 0 36 36n/a n/a0 0 036 Mary Hall Freedom House, Inc. Village of Hope 0 0 36 36n/a n/a0 0 036 U Hope Community Development Center U Hope Permanent Housing 0 0 4 4n/a n/a0 0 04 Zion Hill Community Development Corp Supportive Housing Program 0 0 18 18n/a n/a0 0 018 0 0 197 197n/a n/aTotal 0 0 0197 Rapid Re-Housing for Families¹ Provider Name Facility Name Family Units¹ Family Beds¹ Adult-Only Beds Total Beds Seasonal Overflow / Voucher Child-Only Beds Veteran Beds³ Youth Beds³ Subset of Total Bed Inventory Chronic Beds² Caring Works, Inc. Rapid Re-Housing DCA 19 43 0 43n/a n/a0 0 0n/a 19 43 0 43n/a n/aTotal 0 0 0n/a Friday, December 02, 2016 5 *HUD’s point-in-time count does not include persons or beds in Permanent Supportive Housing as currently homeless. **Other Permanent Housing (OPH) - consists of PH - Housing with Services (no disability required for entry) and PH - Housing Only, as identified in the 2014 HMIS Data Standards. ¹Family Units and Family Beds categories include units and beds for households with one adult and at least one child under age 18. 2 Chronic Beds include beds in Permanent Supportive Housing dedicated to serve chronically homeless persons. 3 Veteran Beds and Youth Beds, respectively, include beds dedicated to serve homeless veterans and their families, and include beds dedicated to housing homeless youth age 24 and younger.

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