March 2017 Spotlight: Highest Exited Clients with Increased Total Income by Project Type

This month we spotlight the projects with the highest percentage of exited clients with increased total income for the period of August (8/1/2016) to January (1/31/2017). Congratulations to these projects!

Emergency Shelter

Project Name Total Clients Exited During Reporting Period Exited Clients with Increased Income % Clients Exited with Increased Income
Colette’s Children’s Home: Placentia Hope Emergency Shelter 19 8 42%
Casa Teresa: Casa Teresa Emergency Maternity Shelter 45 12 27%
Colette’s Children’s Home:: FV/Emergency 17 4 24%

Homelessness Prevention

Project Name Total Clients Exited During Reporting Period Exited Clients with Increased Income % Clients Exited with Increased Income
US Veterans Initiative: SSVF Homeless Prevention 4 2 50%
Mercy House: Garden Grove ESG HPP 6 2 33%
Mercy House: Anaheim ESG HPP 14 4 29%

Permanent Housing with Services

Project Name Total Clients Exited During Reporting Period Exited Clients with Increased Income % Clients Exited with Increased Income
Orange County Housing Authority: VASH 58 20 34%
Mercy House: Emmanuel Residence 3 1 33%

Permanent Supportive Housing

Project Name Total Clients Exited During Reporting Period Exited Clients with Increased Income % Clients Exited with Increased Income
Mercy House: FSI PSH Collaborative 1 1 100%
Orange County Housing Authority: Avenida Project Based Vouchers 1 1 100%
Anaheim Supportive Housing: Tyrol Plaza 1 1 100%
Orange County Housing Authority: 2006 Shelter Plus Care TRA Renewal Project 1 1 100%
Orange County Housing Authority: 2005 Shelter Plus Care TRA Renewal Project 1 1 100%

Rapid Re-housing

Project Name Total Clients Exited During Reporting Period Exited Clients with Increased Income % Clients Exited with Increased Income
US Veterans Initiative:SSVF Rapid Rehousing 11 6 55%
Mercy House: ESG Orange County RRP 11 4 36%
Mercy House: CA State ESG 9 3 33%

Street Outreach

Project Name Total Clients Exited During Reporting Period Exited Clients with Increased Income % Clients Exited with Increased Income
Illumination Foundation: CSA_ESG_Street Outreach 11 1 9%
Mental Health Association: Street Outreach 305 10 3%
Coast to Coast Foundation: CTC Street Outreach 125 4 3%

Transitional Housing

Project Name Total Clients Exited During Reporting Period Exited Clients with Increased Income % Clients Exited with Increased Income
Mercy House: Bethany House 8 5 63%
Mercy House: Joseph House 6 3 50%
Colette’s Children’s Home: FV/Transitional 9 4 44%