HMIS Participants

Providers participating in Toledo HMIS (aka Contributory HMIS Organizations or CHOs) receive monthly reports that include exits to permanent housing, negative reasons for leaving, length of stay, improvement in income, adults employed at exit, households receiving non-cash benefits, and retention in permanent supportive housing. CHOs are given the opportunity to review and correct any of these which appear to be out of place, and can request incidental reports covering any time period.

These CHOs include:

  • Emergency Shelter
    • Beach House Family Shelter
    • Family House
    • La Posada Family Shelter
    • St. Paul’s Community Center (excluding Winter Crisis Program)
  • Transitional Housing
    • ADAMS House
    • Aurora Project
    • Harbor House
    • Haven Homes
    • NAOMI House
    • The Open Door Ministry
    • St. Paul’s Community Center Dwelling Place
  • Permanent Supportive Housing
    • Catholic Charities Permanent Supportive Housing (formerly SAFAH)
    • Family Outreach Community United Services (FOCUS) Steps to Home PSH
    • Neighborhood Properties Inc. CSH, Families with Mental Illness, Families with Mental Illness Expansion, First Avenue, Fresh Start, Housing First, IDDT, MHRSB HUD Pact, ODMH Homeless Prevention, Permanent Supportive Housing, Shelter Plus Care, Shelter Plus Care Site, Shelter Plus Care 3, SHH, SHP Affordable Housing, and Veterans-Griffin
    • St. Paul’s Community Center Home Base
    • Treatment Accountability for Safer Communities (TASC) Walls for All and Women of Tomorrow
    • Volunteers of America Family Steps and Chestnut Hill
    • YWCA Apartments
  • Rapid Re-Housing (formerly Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing
    • Family Outreach Community United Services (FOCUS) Steps to Home, Steps to Home TH-C, and Steps to Home I&II
    • Lutheran Social Services Project Home and Stable Families Collaborative
    • Salvation Army
    • Treatment Accountability for Safer Communities (TASC) Project Home
  • Support Services Only
    • NHA / Mildred-Bayer
  • Coordinated Assessment
    • United Way of Greater Toledo 2-1-1