Showing posts from January 28, 2015

Baltimore County HMIS News 1/28/15 (MAJOR UPDATE)

Good morning!  We updated our HMIS to comply with the new HHS + HUD + VA standards!   NOTE: This update does not apply to the DSS Screening Unit. We will conduct several forum sessions (see dates + times below) to discuss.  Please register soon.  You may view our  registration instructions   or contact us if you need assistance. HMIS User Forum #1: 2/2, 1:30pm HMIS User Forum #2: 2/3, 10:00am HMIS User Forum #3: 2/6, 10:00am  Thank you all very much for your participation and patience!  Listed below are a few notes regarding this update. Assessment Forms - we are currently in the process of updating, and will post online shortly Workflow Manuals -  we are currently in the process of updating, and will post online shortly "Client Location" question - always select "MD-505" Old Assessment Questions - if you'd like one or more added back to your provider, please remember to discuss at one of the forums above HUD CoC Funded Providers - must upda

SSVF Webinar Registration

Hi SSVF Region 10 Team, Below, please find the registration link for Friday’s webinar on program changes, HHS PMS, and SSVF reporting. I understand that this was a tight window in terms of timing. Therefore, if you cannot participate in the live webinar, it is okay. However, you should still register so that you receive the link to the recording. If you cannot do Friday, please make sure that this week you schedule a time with your team for next week to watch the recording together. Thanks so much! Adrienne Please join us on January 30 th  webinar at 11AM EST -  SSVF Reporting, Requesting Program Changes, Using the Payment Management System SSVF Webinar Series: SSVF Reporting, Requesting Program Changes, Using the Payment Management System Join us for a webinar on Jan 30, 2015 at 11:00 AM EST. Register now! https://attendee.gotowebinar. com/register/ 7512187061427387394 Please join the SSVF Program Office to review details on completing th

Conference Reminder: Alliance Seeks 2015 Point-in-Time Count Data

January 27, 2015      ISSUES   |   POLICY   |   SOLUTIONS   |   NEWS & EVENTS Forward Editor: Emanuel Cavallaro Spotlight On... Alliance Seeks 2015 Point-in-Time Count Data This month, volunteers and homeless service providers around the country are conducting the 2015 Point-in-Time (PIT) Count, the only national measure that captures the scope of people experiencing homelessness in the U.S. In the weeks and months that follow the count, the Alliance's Homelessness Research Institute (HRI) will be seeking the PIT Count data collected by communities in order to track homelessness and maintain a 2015 Homeless Counts Map . If you learn of 2015 Count information available for your community, please send it to the Alliance at . Contribute Data Hill Update