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My program used 50 beds for chronically homeless persons, but my grant application only designated 30 beds for CH. Which number do I report in Q5 in the Actual Bed and Unit Inventory?

Date Published: December 2010

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If you serve a chronically homeless person in a bed that was not identified in your grant application as designated for chronically homeless persons, then do not include that bed in the CH Bed category. CH beds are the permanent supportive housing beds that are readily available and targeted to house chronically homeless persons. A targeted bed implies that a chronically homeless person has priority for a bed, relative to all other homeless persons. The number of beds for chronically homeless persons is a subset of the total permanent supportive housing bed inventory for a given project and must not be greater than the total bed inventory.

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