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[GNRL-240] Program Household Served
Report Purpose and Summary
This program-based report provides a summary of households served, during the reporting period, and the size of the enrolled households.
Running the Report
This report is found in the Program Based section of the Report Library.
Who Can Run the Report
All users may run the report. There are restrictions for which information can be accessed based on the rights of the user.
The following are required to run the report.
|Program(s)||Choose which programs to include in the report|
|Veteran Status||Choose: All, No, Yes, Client Doesn't Know, Client Refused, Data Not Collected|
|Report Date Range||Choose the date range of enrollments to include|
|Report Output Format||Web Page, PDF, Excel|
The tables are separated out by Program Name. Each table includes:
- Total Clients Served
- Total Households Served
- Breakdown of clients served by Household Size
Note: Total Clients Served is the unduplicated count of clients served within the report date range. Total Households Served is the count of Household IDs within the report date range.
A count of total persons/enrollments that is not unduplicated can be found reviewed in the drill down of Total Clients Served and Total Households Served.
Example: Client A has two enrollments within the reporting period. Client A would be counted in the Total Clients Served count once, and the Total Households Served count twice.
Each count on the tables can be drilled down to review, by household, the clients included in the count.