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Welcome to the combined websites of the Toledo Lucas County Homelessness Board (TLCHB) and the Toledo Area Alliance to End Homelessness (TAAEH).

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Toledo HMIS Releases CHO Tracker for March 2014

Posted on April 14, 2014

Toledo HMIS regularly monitors the quality of data from Contributing HMIS Organizations, as well as their compliance with security and privacy policies. The results of those monitoring activities for March 2014 are now available below. To help with reading and understanding the CHO Performance Tracker, we have developed a short guide.

Toledo HMIS Releases CHO Tracker for February 2014

Posted on March 14, 2014

Toledo HMIS regularly monitors the quality of data from Contributing HMIS Organizations, as well as their compliance with security and privacy policies. The results of those monitoring activities for February 2014 are now available below. To help with reading and understanding the CHO Performance Tracker, we have developed a short guide.

Toledo HMIS Releases CHO Tracker for January 2014

Posted on February 12, 2014

Toledo HMIS regularly monitors the quality of data from Contributing HMIS Organizations, as well as their compliance with security and privacy policies. The results of those monitoring activities for January 2014 are now available below. To help with reading and understanding the CHO Performance Tracker, we have developed a short guide.

Toledo HMIS Releases Annual Performance Indicator Report

Posted on February 3, 2014

In November 2012, TLCHB adopted formal performance indicators and targets for calendar year 2013. Today, Toledo HMIS published the first in an indefinite series of annual reports on the performance of homeless service programs participating in the Toledo HMIS project. From today’s report:

As a whole, participating programs met a majority of the performance targets adopted for 2013. Rapid Re-Housing met all targets, and Emergency Shelter and Permanent Supportive Housing met all but one target for 2013.

Transitional Housing met all but two targets for 2013. Transitional Housing programs saw marked improvements in positive or neutral reasons for leaving, but fell short of targets in permanent housing outcomes and employment outcomes.

Each year, these reports will be available on this website. You can download a copy of today’s report or find previous editions on our reports page.

Toledo HMIS Releases Quarterly Performance Indicator Report

Posted on February 3, 2014

In November 2012, TLCHB adopted formal performance indicators and targets for calendar year 2013. Today, Toledo HMIS published the fourth in an indefinite series of quarterly reports on the performance of homeless service programs participating in the Toledo HMIS project. From today’s report:

As a whole, participating programs are meeting a majority of the performance targets adopted for 2013. Rapid Re-Housing met all targets, and Emergency Shelter met all but one target for the fourth quarter 2013.

Transitional Housing and Permanent Supportive Housing programs met all but two of their respective targets for 2013. Transitional Housing programs saw marked improvements in positive or neutral reasons for leaving, but fell short of targets in permanent housing outcomes and households exiting with non-cash benefits. Permanent Supportive Housing programs just fell short of targets in positive or neutral reasons for leaving and employment outcomes.

Each quarter, these reports will be available on this website. You can download a copy of today’s report or find previous editions on our reports page.

    If you are in need

    If you are in need of homeless services, from emergency shelter to rent and deposit assistance, contact Coordinated Assessment by dialing 211 or 1.800.650.HELP. You can also visit Greater Toledo 211 online at 211 Toledo/Lucas County.

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