Executive Order: "Publicly Funded Housing for the Homeless" establishes a goal to make at least 15% of the housing units that have received state-controlled funding available to Vermonters experiencing homelessness. In order to track progress towards this goal and to identify gaps in the support system needed to successfully house vulnerable Vermonters the Housing Access Reporting Tool was developed. This tool is to be used by the owners of publicly funded housing to report on their progress, challenges and successes in working towards this goal.
HART data collection for FY21 has closed. The agency will reach out to your organization if any additional information is required.
New FY22 guidance coming soon.
Any questions about the reporting process should be directed to the address below and a compilation of questions received and corresponding answers will be listed below.
Questions regarding the Tool should be directed to: Naomi Cunnningham (Naomi.Cunningham@vermont.gov)
- Q: In the case that a rental property has multiple General Partners who intend to complete the Housing Access Reporting Tool (HART), which Partner should include the metrics on the property in question in their HART Report?
- A: For properties that have multiple General Partners, the units of the property in question should be reported on by the Partner that oversees daily management activities of the property, or as otherwise agreed to by the General Partners.