There isn't a direct way to show whether a constituent is Head of Household in the search window. However, the steps below can be followed to show whether a constituent's spouse is Head of Household.

In the constituent search window, the displayed results fields can be changed by editing the search window query a query from the top of the constituent search window:
Query field location in search window

To show Head of Household information for the constituent's spouse:
  1. Add the following fields on the Output tab of the search window query:
  • Relationships > Individuals > This Individual is The Spouse.
  • Relationships > Individuals > This Individual is a constituent
  • Relationships > Individuals > This Individual is the Head of Household
  1. For each field: Right click on the field name in the selected output fields.
  2. Select Column Heading.
  3. Enter a new Heading that will make it easy to read:
  • Spouse?
  • Spouse is Constituent?
  • Spouse is HoH?
  1. The fields should appear as follows in the output:
Output Fields
  1. Add the following fields to the Sort tab:
Sort Fields
  1. Click Save and return to search in the upper left.
  2. Name and save this query.

The fields will appear as follows in the constituent search window results:

Search Results

Assuming all records have a Constituent ID and the Spouse field is Yes:
  • If Spouse is Constituent = Yes, and Spouse is HoH? = No, then the constituent's spouse is not Head of Household, so we know the constituent is Head of Household.
  • If Spouse is Constituent? = Yes, and Spouse is Hoh? = Yes, then the constituent's spouse is Head of Household, so we know the constituent is NOT Head of Household.
  • If Spouse is Constituent? = No, then Head of Household does not apply.
In the screen shot above, Allison Andrews' spouse is a constituent, and is not Head of Household. So we know that Allison is Head of Household.
Likewise, Dustin's spouse is a constituent, and is Head of Household. So we know that Dustin is NOT Head of Household.