HMIS is a data system utilized by over 40 agencies to record request for assistance and results. This does not include data involving persons actively fleeing violence (domestic, stalking, sexual and trafficked) and seeking safe refuge at the local domestic violence shelter. According to the data in HMIS, during 2017 there were 199 housing request from households that were identified as homeless*. Of the 199 households, 22% had income. Almost half were trying to survive on social security or disability incomes and another 20% were gainfully employed.