Click the buttons below to view performance data on progress towards the Action Plans goals within reach, progress on strategies, and progress toward housing goals.
Progress Toward Housing Goals
The Action Plan identifies crisis response and permanent solutions needs to accomplish the goals in the plan. Click the links below to view the need outlined in the Plan, and progress toward meeting the needs.
- Homelessness Interventions Inventory
- Current Year Homelessness Interventions Inventory
- Permanent Solutions Need
- Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) Pipeline Tracker
Source: Housing Inventory Count; RTFH
The Housing Inventory Count (HIC) is a point-in-time inventory of provider programs within a Continuum of Care that provides beds and units dedicated to serve people experiencing homelessness. The Regional Task Force on the Homeless provides SDHC with HIC data specifically for the City of San Diego.
The Community Action Plan recommends significant investments in permanent solutions, including permanent supportive housing. According to analysis conducted in 2019 as part of the Action Plan’s development, the City of San Diego has a need for 2,802 units of developed permanent supportive housing (PSH) by 2029. A pipeline tracker has been developed to demonstrate progress toward this PSH goal and to help policy makers identify the scope and scale of PSH developments pending completion and the number of additional PSH units still needed.
The pipeline data are gathered from the San Diego Housing Commission’s Real Estate Division and Rental Assistance Division, and they are updated quarterly. The number of units are an estimate until the development is in service.