The Data Behind the Best Decisions to End Homelessness

Through data driven decision making and collective impact, The Planning Council takes ending homelessness in our region very seriously.  As a long-time partner within the region’s Continuums of Cares (CoC) and the HMIS, we are at the forefront of efforts to prevent and end homelessness in the greater Hampton Roads region and beyond. And – it all begins with systematically and methodically collecting and interpreting data to develop sustainable solutions.

The Planning Council works closely with the Southeastern Virginia Homeless Coalition (SVHC) and the Greater Virginia Peninsula Homelessness Consortium (GVPHC)  to help prevent homelessness and provide housing to those at risk of becoming homeless across Southeastern Virginia.

The reports provided below are prepared by The Planning Council on behalf of the GVPHC and SVHC, in our role as CoC lead agency.

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SVHC Data Dashboard – 1st Quarter 2016

Quarterly report provides a succinct description of the SVHC’s homeless population as reported in HMIS.

SVHC Data Dashboard – 2nd Quarter 2016

Quarterly report provides a succinct description of the SVHC’s homeless population as reported in HMIS.

SVHC Vision Update – February 2017

Bi-monthly report that includes data points showing each continuum’s progress towards the vision that homelessness will be rare, brief, and non-recurring.

SVHC Point in Time Count Report – 2016

Greater Virginia Peninsula Homeless Consortium

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GVPHC Vision Update – June 2016

Bi-monthly report that includes data points showing each continuum’s progress towards the vision that homelessness will be rare, brief, and non-recurring.

GVPHC Point in Time Count Report – 2016