Note: Information on this page is subject to change. Applicants should always refer to the performance measure instructions published with the NOFO. Grantees should refer to the performance measure instructions for the grant year in which they were funded.
Number of economically disadvantaged individuals, including homeless individuals, transitioned into safe, healthy, affordable housing.
Goal 1: Economic Opportunity: Housing
Definition of Key Terms
Economically disadvantaged: Must be receiving or meet the income eligibility requirements to receive: TANF, Food Stamps (SNAP), Medicaid, SCHIP, Section 8 housing assistance OR have a poor credit score OR are at least 60 days behind on one or more personal/family accounts.
Individuals: Each unique person who will be occupying the unit legally including adults and children but not unborn children.
Safe, healthy, affordable housing
: Family or individual moves into a housing unit with secure tenure (lease or ownership document). Grantee certifies that the housing is safe and healthy, based on an inspection or other documentation. Grantee defines affordability and certifies that the housing unit is affordable to the household. See the Dept. of Housing and Urban Development's Affordable Housing page.
How to Calculate/ Measure/ Collect Data
Count of individuals. Can only count each person once during the program year even though it may be necessary to provide services more than once.
An inspection report and certificate of occupancy, proof of residence such as lease or mortgage, or other verification from an external agency that the work was completed and is being occupied might be used.