Showing posts from May 17, 2019

SPM Update

SPM Update This weekend we will be releasing the revised 0700 and 0700.1b reports. They will be available in the mapped ART Gallery reports folder on Monday, May 20th, 2019 . A summary of the two changed reports and report under investigation as listed below: 0700 - Length of Time Persons Remain Homeless - Metric 1 - v6 Corrected timestamp issue for Housing Move-in Date (HMID). HMID is now included for RRH, PH-S, PH-H and PSH programs, not just RRH. RRH, PH-S, PH-H, PSH programs without HMID are no longer counted towards overlap or negate overlap counts. Added "Valid Entry Dates Overlap IS NOT NULL" as report filter on tabs A and B. Added "LOT ES SH" and "LOT ES SH TH" as columns to the Detail tab for troubleshooting and identifying clients. Cutoff date now correctly takes into account RRH, PH-S, PH-H and PSH programs. Potential HMID Conflict column adde

JOBS: Program Officer + Assistant Director (Lanham, MD)

All: I wanted to draw your attention to two recruitments to fill full-time, permanent positions on my team. The first is a Program Officer position on the Homelessness Solutions Team. This team administers the Homelessness Solutions Program, works directly with Continuum of Care and providers directly, and develops policies to address homelessness in Maryland. You can find the job description below. The recruitment closes on May 23, 2019.    The second position is Assistant Director, Poverty Solutions, which would help lead the Poverty Solutions Team. This team administers the Community Services Block Grant and the Maryland Housing Counseling Fund and is charged with supporting the work of local service providers. The recruitment for this position closes on May 31, 2019, and can be found here:

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The Moment When Recovery Begins

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