Performance Evaluation

Performance evaluation of Housing First and the agencies delivering the program in Edmonton:

May 2017 Key Points:

  • More than 6300 people housed since 2009
  • Slight decrease in housings
  • Caseloads remain below target thresholds
  • More than half of new clients are Indigenous
  • Over two thirds of clients housed in the last 3 months are chronically homeless

April 2017 Key Points: 

  • More than 6,200 people housed since 2009
  • Housings trending upwards, approaching targets
  • Caseloads still below target thresholds
  • More than half of new clients are Indigenous
  • More than two thirds of clients housing in the last 3 months are chronically homeless

March 2017 Key Points: 

  • More than 6,000 people housed since 2009
  • Housings trending upwards, approaching targets
  • Caseload still below target thresholds, but increasing
  • More than half of new clients are Indigenous
  • More than three quarters of clients housed in the last three months are chronically homeless

February 2017 Key Points:

  • Over 6,000 people housed since 2009
  • Housings trending upwards, approaching targets
  • Caseload still below target threshold but has increased this month for the first time in nearly a year. This could be due to increased housings and a noticeable drop in exits, although it is too early to comment on any changes in trends.
  • Dashboard_Feb 2017

January 2017 Key Points:

  • 5975 people housed since 2009
  • Housings remain below target for the 9th consecutive month
  • Share of those housed who are chronically homeless approaching 80%
  • Caseload still below target thresholds, but stabilizing
  • Total exits dipped significantly in January – roughly equal to housings
  • Number of clients receiving rental assistance leveled off in January, having fallen for 10 months
  • Long-term clients as share of all clients beginning to decline
  • Dashboard_January 2017

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