See how we are tracking our progress
The JOHS Data Dashboard is a quarterly view of our progress connecting people with housing, shelter, support services and eviction prevention. To see detailed reports, demographic breakdowns and additional metrics dating back to 2019, please visit our Tableau page.
The following charts show the number of people newly placed into housing, the number of placements that were supported by Supportive Housing Services (SHS) funding, and the demographics of those placed into housing.
Note: Multnomah County’s Fiscal Year (FY) runs from July 1 – June 30th.
New housing placements
This new housing placements chart shows the number of people who moved from homelessness into permanent housing (cumulative by quarter).
SHS housing placements
This chart shows the number of these permanent housing placements that were made possible by the Metro Supportive Housing Services (2020 ballot measure) funding (cumulative by quarter).
New housing placements: Demographics
This chart shows the number of people who moved from homelessness into permanent housing, broken down by demographics.
This chart shows the number of people/households who received rent assistance to prevent them from falling into homelessness (cumulative by quarter).
This chart shows the number of available shelter beds at JOHS-supported short-term shelters.
Average shelter capacity (includes shelters in Multnomah County that receive funding from the Joint Office of Homeless Services)
This chart represents the number of people served in JOHS-supported short-term shelters.
A bar chart showing the shelter utilization rates at shelters in Multnomah County, Oregon.