This indicator is currently under construction - check out the Affording Aging Goal Page to explore dynamic visualizations and view related data.
The Homeless Data Integration System (HDIS) is a technology solution that allows the State of California to access and compile standardized homelessness data collected by individual Continuums of Care (CoCs) in order to make data-driven policy decisions aimed at preventing and ending homelessness in California. Once implemented, HDIS will be a rich repository of data that can be used to give policy makers, service providers, and funders a better understanding of homelessness in California. HDIS is administered by the Homeless Coordinating and Financing Council, which is housed within the Business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency (BCSH). BCSH expects HDIS to be operational by early spring 2021. Once available, HDIS data will be used to inform implementation of the Master Plan for Aging and this Data Dashboard for Aging. For more information about HDIS, visit https://www.bcsh.ca.gov/hcfc/hdis.html.
This indicator is currently under construction - to learn more about our data sources and methodologies, please see the Data Dashboard for Aging - About the Data Technical Guide.