At the end of AFY 2017, 72% (94) of active FSH families were stably housed (i.e., families who are in housing and not at risk of losing their housing). This represents a decrease compared to previous years. In SFY 2018, several FSH providers experienced changes in key staff positions. Families enrolled in the FSH program can often feel hesitant to engage in services; staffing turnover may impact family engagement, and within FSH, family engagement is closely linked to housing stability.
At the end of SFY 2017, 82% of active FSH families were stably housed. This represents a decrease in housing stability compared to previous years, which is attributed to the addition of the two new FSH sites which started enrolling new families in the third and fourth quarters of SFY 17. Families newly enrolled in FSH are homeless and FSH Service Coordinators support housing placement and transition.