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Goal: shorten length of stays in emergency shelters so 92% are less than 10 days
The percentage of emergency shelter stays that were less than 10 days increased by 6% in Year One of the 5-year plan compared to the baseline year.
The percentage of emergency shelter stays that were less than 10 days has improved/increased from the baseline year. This statistic is intended to help demonstrate the degree to which shorter stays in shelter are associated with successful transitions into housing or connections to resources and other supports.
A Stay is defined as a minimum 4 hour overnight stay between the hours of 7pm and 7am.