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The Heading Home Ramsey (HHR) Data Dashboard is a collection of seven prioritized measures by the HHR Governing Board (GB). The dashboard is available on this HHR webpage and also the Ramsey County Open Data Portal webpage.

The 7 prioritized measures:

  • Measure 1: How many people are experiencing homelessness in Emergency Shelter/Street Outreach (ES/SO) Programs? 
  • Measure 2: How long are families and singles on the waiting list after they've been assessed for housing in Coordinated Entry (as of 2/2/2021)?
  • Measure 3: How many people in shelters are new to homelessness this year? How many have previously experienced homelessness?
  • Measure 4: How much of each type of housing is available across the continuum?
  • Measure 5: How many people are entering or leaving our housing projects?
  • Measure 6: Have we helpted increase the income of the people we have served?
  • Measure 7: How many people returned to homelessness within 6 months of leaving a program?

Links:

 

The Ramsey County PIT illustrates the total number of persons experiencing homelessness through emergency shelters, transitional housing, or unsheltered homelessness on a single night.

The 2020 Ramsey County PIT data: Click Here

The 2019 Ramsey County PIT data: Click Here

The 2018 Ramsey County PIT data: Click Here

The 2017 Ramsey County PIT data: Click here

 

This report compares the PIT from 2015-2021 in Ramsey County. Click Here to view the report.

The Ramsey County Housing Inventory Count (HIC) demonstrates the annual housing stock of beds dedicated to people experiencing homelessness. These are not numbers of available beds, but the total bed capacity within Ramsey County by program type. The reports are posted in the Heading Home Ramsey google drive and through the links below:

Click Here for 2020 HIC results in Ramsey County.

Click here for 2019 HIC results in Ramsey County.

Click here for 2018 HIC results in Ramsey County.

Click here for 2016 and 2017 HIC results in Ramsey County. 

 

This report compares the HIC from 2018-2021 in Ramsey County. Click Here to view the report.

Every other year, Heading Home Ramsey (HHR) conduct a homeless needs assessment to identify gaps in our overall homeless response system. Assessments are conducted early in the (even) calendar years, with final results being published during summer. The needs and/or gaps identified in the system directs how HHR prioritizes services and new housing projects in Ramsey County, and for future funding of projects, such as Family Homeless Prevention and Assistance Program (FHPAP) funds.

Click Here for the 2020 Needs Assessment Report

Click Here for the 2018 Needs Assessment Executive Summary

Click Here for the 2016 Needs Assessment Findings

 

The System Performance Measures (SPM) indicate Heading Home Ramsey’s progress towards ending homelessness as determined by HUD.  This comparison uses a scorecard to evaluate our improvement, using federal fiscal year 2019 to 2020, which was submitted in February 2021. Click Here to view the report.

Ramsey County submitted the first set of measures with HMIS data in August of 2016. These measures are intended to cover the entire system of homeless services in Ramsey CoC and provide a basis for our CoC's priorities, plans and data for the NOFA. Click Here to learn more about these measures, what data they are based on and what this information will be used for. 

For past year SPM reports: Click Here to view the reports.

The FHPAP dashboard is presented quarterly to all FHPAP sub-grantees and the FHPAP Advisory committee.  It monitors alignment with contracted projections, expenditures, and other funder expectations like data quality.  This dashboard represents all activities and is updated on a quarterly basis throughout the biennium. Click Here to view the dashboard.

Heading Home Ramsey's (HHR) Coordinated Access to Housing and Shelter (CAHS) annual reports provide an overview of the processes involved in and families served by the CAHS system. 

The Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs (MDVA) partners with federal, state and local partners working to end veteran homelessness. The Veteran Homeless Registry was created by MDVA to track the work being done to assist homeless veterans with finding and maintaining housing. Data from the Veteran Homeless Registry describes the progress being made to end veteran homelessness in the Minnesota.

Click here to learn more.