2022 Data Standards
Clarity Human Services: INVENTORY
News and Announcements
HUD and Federal Partner Resources
- Accessing Clarity Human Services
- Client Records and Households
- Program Enrollments
- Managing Client Data in Screens
- Entering Client Location Data
- Outreach For End Users
- Files, Notes, and Contacts
- Charts and Goals
- The Attendance Module
- Working with the Referrals Tab and Community Queues
- Recording and Managing Referrals in the Client Record
Data Integration and Migration
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[CLNT-128] Client Enrollment Details
Report Purpose and Summary
Client Enrollment Details provides information on client responses to questions about their history of homelessness as well as move-in and destination at exit information. These details can help determine additional periods of homelessness for clients.
Running the Report
This report is a client-based report and must be run from the client's profile screen.
Who Can Run the Report
Any user that has access to the client can run the report. The returned information will be limited based on the access rights of the user.
The parameters are simple for this report
|Report Date Range||Choose the date range of enrollments to include in the report|
|Report Output Format||This report is only available as Excel|
Tables: [CLNT-128] Client Enrollment Details
Report Section: Header
Report Section: Enrollment Details
Report Section: Self-Reported History of Homelessness
Report Section: Housing Information
Chronic Homelessness: These reports are tools that can assist in documenting chronic homelessness, but they do not constitute chronic homeless documentation in and of themselves. All information on the reports should be reviewed for accuracy and extenuating circumstances. For more information about the definition of chronic homelessness and documentation requirements, visit HUD’s Chronic Homelessness Resources webpage.
Also see this Flowchart of HUD’s Definition of Chronic Homelessness for more information about how HUD defines “separate occasions” , what constitutes a “break” in homelessness, and what counts as documentation of homeless status and/or disability status.