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How do I determine if a project should be counted as an emergency shelter, a transitional housing project, or a permanent supportive housing project?

Date Published: November 2017

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Information about the types of providers in each community can be found on a community’s Housing Inventory Count (HIC), which is submitted to HUD as part of the CoC Exhibit 1 application. Each community’s housing inventory is entered into the HDX as part of the CoC application process, and each project is designated as an emergency shelter, a transitional housing project, or a permanent supportive housing project. (The HIC also has separate reporting categories for Safe Havens and Rapid Re-Housing Projects). Providers that are listed as emergency shelters in the housing inventory should be counted as an emergency shelter in your AHAR data. The same approach should be used for transitional housing and permanent supportive housing projects.

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