Resources and assistance to support HUD's community partners Home Programs Resources Training Submittal Deadline Reminder – 2019 HIC & PIT Count Data Due Today 2019 Housing Inventory Count (HIC) and Point-in-Time (PIT) count data must be submitted via HUD’s Homelessness Data Exchange (HDX) web portal by Tuesday, April 30, 2019 8:00 PM EDT .
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The April 30 th , 2019 ART Gallery Update includes the following update to the ART Gallery available as of 04/29/2019: 0640 - HUD Data Quality Framework Report - v8 - This report has been updated with the below changes: Resolved issue with the exclusion of some Street Outreach clients due to workflow. Resolved issue with some overlap data quality issues not being counted as data quality errors. Resolved issue with Parenting Youth/Youth Count issues in Question 5. Resolved issue where report was flagging errors for missing Income Amount. Resolved issue with timeliness check at Exit. Updated report description in pop-up screen in ART. Added "Entry Exit Type(s)" prompt to prompt list on Additional Information tab. Please note that for this years SPM/DQF submission HUD is only requesting information from the "Destination" row of the Data Quality Framework (DQF) rep
Older adults comprise 50% of housing programs for the homeless. Discover the challenges and potential solutons. Caring for our aging homeless population: Challenges and solutions Tuesday, May 14 at 2 pm ET / 11 am PT The lack of affordable housing has driven many seniors out of their homes. Older adults already make up half of all people in housing for the homeless. Without a plan to reverse this trend, our social safety net will be greatly strained, as a growing number of seniors experience: Dual enrollment in Medicaid and Medicare Higher incidence of chronic illness and emergency room use Lower life expectancy Join Robyn Stone, Senior Vice President of Research at LeadingAge, as she details the extent of the problem, the potential solutions, and promising research around "service-rich" housing that efficiently meets the needs of seniors most at ri
A Message from Our Partners at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is inviting communities to complete the third VA, HUD, and USICH Community Planning Survey. The purpose of the survey is to help us to better understand community progress related to ending Veteran homelessness and the development of sustainable systems. The information gathered as a part of this survey will help the VA—along with HUD and the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH)—tailor training and technical assistance so that it more effectively addresses local needs. Responses should be inclusive of the perspectives of the CoC (or the CoC's official representative in cases where the Veteran Work Group/Subcommittee has been designated by the CoC to respond), Veteran Work Groups/Subcommittees, the VA Medical Center(s) homeless leadership covering the CoC, SSVF grantees, GPD grantees, and other Community Partners. Survey submissions will be
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