NHSDC  FALL 2018 Conference:  Everything You Need To Know


Conference, Data Institute and Service Tour Sold Out!
National Human Service Data Consortium Fall Conference is three weeks away! We are so excited and apparently, you are too, we have SOLD OUT!   We expect so many great things to come from Start the Ignition: Implementing Changes for Our Future! To get everyone ready, we wanted to share a few things with you.

Conference Schedule
Take a look at the Conference Schedule, start thinking about the direction you want to take your learning and sharing expedition for this upcoming year.

Plenary Sessions
We are so excited to announce our plenary sessions for the Fall!

Beyond Risk Stratification: Why Understanding Population Segments is the Future of Stratification - Matthew Mitchell, Data Strategist, Central City Concern

Seven Predictions About the Future of Homeless Service Information - Abby Miller, Senior Program Specialist, and Fran Ledger, Program Specialist, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

Deconstructing Systems of Oppression - Patricia Rojas, Deputy Director, Joint of Homeless Services, Multnomah County

Want to learn more about the team of presenters for the Fall Conference? Head over to our WEBSITE and learn more about each session. Powerpoint Presentations will be available the week of October 8th on this website!

Free Time?
Need a little help figuring out your free time? Don't worry we are here to help. Check out this little HANDY GUIDE of some possibilities for you. 

Final Schedule
Want to get the schedule in the palm of your hands? Download the app:EventsxD
Note: Once you download the app, please search for NHSDC to make our conference accessible to you. You will get a chance to check out the time and location of all sessions.

Getting Around Portland

Check out our GUIDE to transportation in Portland

About the National Human Services Data Consortium

The NHSDC provides information, assistance, peer education, and lifelong learning to its membership and other interested parties in the articulation, planning, implementation, and continuous operation of technology initiatives to collect, aggregate, analyze, and present information regarding the provision of human services.

Our conferences highlight the good work that you and your community are doing to leverage data in the fight to end homelessness. All communities employ different strategies and creative means to tackle the social services issues.


We look forward to seeing you in October!