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Thurston County, Washington

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Public Health and Social Services

The Office of Housing and Homeless Prevention publishes a number of reports, and as a member of the Washington Balance of State Continuum of Care, also has access to data and reporting through the Washington State Department of Commerce Dashboard

There are a few key reports that are published quarterly and annually. 

  • Housing Management Information System project participation. These provide key data on participating Emergency Shelter, Transitional Housing, Street Outreach, Rapid Rehousing, Homeless Prevention, Permanent Supportive Housing, and Coordinated Entry projects. These are published both quarterly, and for each state fiscal year, July-June. 
  • Point in Time Homeless Census. The PIT is conducted each January. A preliminary findings report is often published in advance of both Commerce's data, and the final summary PIT report. 
  • Action Plans. The Consolidated Plan is carried out and implemented through Action Plans. These plans can be 1 year - very action and goal oriented - and 5 year - system wide strategy guides. 
  • Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Reports. CAPERs are the tool grantees utilize to report progress toward Action and Consolidated Plan goals. 


The Office of Housing and Homeless Prevention follows State and Federal requirements when implementing programs, which depending on the funding stream, can require establishing written policies and procedures. In some cases the policies and procedures are created by the funder, which establishes minimum requirements and expectations. In other instances it is left to the community to establish these. 

These are the current Program policies and procedures documents that are in effect across the various fund sources. If you do not see your program listed, and have a question, please contact us. 

HOME/CDBG Program Policies and Procedures

Consolidated Homeless Grant Written Standards

Emergency Solutions Grant - CV Written Standards

Office of Housing and Homeless Prevention Grantee Monitoring Plan