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News from the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness

Our Latest Brief Offers a Data Dive into Youth Experiencing Homelessness in America    In the fifth brief of our Homelessness in America series, we focus on unaccompanied youth and young adults.   Learn about the data available on this vulnerable population in order to drive progress and end homelessness. Read the brief.  Meet Our New Policy Director, Susan Pourciau! Susan hails from Tallahassee, where she lead a coalition on homelessness in the Big Bend region of Florida. Susan's extensive work in the homelessness sector also includes her most recent post as chief financial officer and

SP 5.12.65 is Now Available

ServicePoint 5.12.65 is now available. This release includes the following items: New required field added in Provider Admin for Bed and Unit Inventory Records - "Information Date" Release of LSA Export Removed AHAR Report Change to logic for Q22c in CoC APR 2018 Changes to SSVF Export Updated Sorting of Reports Screen Release notes can be found in the Libraries area of the WellSky Customer Community. Please contact your Tech Support Representative, formerly called Customer Care Analyst if you have any questions. Copyright © 2018 Wellsky. All Rights Reserved. 11711 W. 79th St, Lenexa, KS 66214

HDX 2.0 Now Open for Official Longitudinal Systems Analysis Submissions

As of today, October 31, 2018 , communities can now submit their Longitudinal Systems Analysis (LSA) data for official use in the 2018 Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR) to Congress via the new Homelessness Data Exchange, Version 2.0 (HDX 2.0) . HUD has also released a new resource to support Continuums of Care (CoCs) in this process: An Introductory Guide to Submitting Longitudinal Systems Analysis Data for the AHAR . This comprehensive guidebook describes the LSA data submission requirements and reviews the data submission process via the HDX 2.0. Upcoming Test Deadline: CoCs should plan to log into the HDX 2.0 and complete a test LSA upload by  November 9, 2018 . If the upload fails due to fatal errors, CoCs should immediately begin working with their vendor to resolve formatting or programming issues with the file export. A summary of the anticipated 2018 LSA submission cycle’s schedule is below: As a reminder, all community resources and guidance rela

Homefront: Expanding Supportive Services in New Markets

In this Newsletter New Markets & Expanding Services Arizona Benefits from New Markets Albany NY Has New Markets too Blackburn Building Wins Award Support Prop 1 & Prop 2 in CA Speak Up! Illinois is Graduation Ready Communities Will B uild Data Sharing