Under the Ontario CHPI program, one of the mandatory reporting requirements is to indicate the number of households who have retained their long-term housing for a minimum of 6 months and continue to receive supports.

In general, this report is designed to present you with the data you need to report on CHPI, but it does not do the reporting for you. You have to think about what data in this report you can report on and what you cannot.

In HIFIS, there are two types of services that logically count towards this indicator: Housing Placements and Housing Loss Prevention. Both of these allow for caseworkers to continue to
support a client in housing for a period of time. This table includes both Housing Placements (clients who have moved in, and have been housed with support continuously for at least 180 days), and Housing Loss Prevention (clients who have been housed with support continuously for at least 180 days).