Showing posts from May 24, 2019

SPM Update

SPM Update Over the holiday weekend we will release new versions of two of the System Performance Measure (SPM) reports as listed below: 0703 - Employment and Income Growth for CoC Funded Projects Metric 4 - v6 Resolved issue with how reviews for Annual Assessments at 30 days are excluded as outside of date range. This may result in an increase in clients counted in the report. 0706 - Permanent Housing Placement - Retention Metric 7 - v9 Resolved potential issue with last transaction counted in 7b1 and 7b2. This may result in decreases in clients counted in report. Please create a case in the Customer Community if you have further questions. Copyright © 2018 Wellsky. All Rights Reserved. 11711 W. 79th St, Lenexa, KS 66214

Youth Collaboratory Condemns Proposed Changes to Equal Access Rule

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Community Services and Qlik Sense Updates

Community Services and Qlik Sense Updates Our team has been working diligently to improve your Community Services system, and we have a few exciting updates we'd like to share. Password Reset Functionality The Password Reset feature has been released and is now available. This new functionality that will allow end users to securely reset their password if forgotten or if they exceeded the maximum number of login attempts. This new feature will allow users to restore account access without intervention allowing administrators to focus on more critical tasks." You can find more information on how this feature works, including what steps you can take to prepare for this new functionality in the "Libraries" section of the Customer Community. Community Services Interoperability The interoperability landscape is constantly evolving, and the need for a simple and effective way to e

New Markets Tax Credit Allocation for CSH

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Sec. Wilkie's Memorial Day message, free National Park passes for disabled Veterans, Borne the Battle, and other top VA Stories - May 24, 2019

"This Week at VA" is a digital newsletter with top news and stories from across the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Having trouble viewing this email? View it as a Web page . TOP PHOTO: Brooks Sansone, 2, helps his mother, Nikki, place an American flag during the traditional flag-placing at Wood National Cemetery. More than 35,000 flags will fly at each of the Veterans interred at the cemetery in preparation of Memorial Day. (Photo by Benjamin Slane for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs) National Cemetery Administration will host Memorial Day ceremonies at VA national cemeteries across the country with the help of local communities. Each cemetery and community will add their own special touch of patriotism and "thanks" during the events. Click here to find a Memorial Day ceremony near you TOP STORIES A Memorial Day message from VA Secretary Wilkie

SSVF Program Update Friday May 24, 2019

From: Supportive Services for Veteran Families < > Date: May 24, 2019 at 9:28:57 AM EDT Subject: SSVF Program Update Friday May 24, 2019 Reply-To: Supportive Services for Veteran Families < > Topics: 1.    Register Now: SSVF National Webinar, June 13, 2019, at 2:00 EDT 2.    Announcement: Proposed Amendment to 38 CFR 62 3.    Register Now: Rapid Resolution Office Hours Call, June 19, 2019, at 12:00 EDT 4.    Update: Unannounced Standardized Veteran (USV) SSVF "Secret Shopper" 5.    Reminder: SSVF Program Change Request Requirements available in GIFTS 6.    Reminder: Updated Rapid Resolution Compliance Guide Register Now: SSVF National Webinar, June 13, 2019, 2:00 EDT This webinar will provide an overview of the new SAMHSA SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access, and Recovery (SOAR) for Children initiative.   During the presentation, Kristin Lupfer and Jen Elder from the SOAR TA center will describe how the SO

2019 Maryland Point in Time Report

Maryland CoCs and partner agencies, please view/download the 2019 MD PIT report.  Note the comparison summary page at the end (every other year because HUD only requires unsheltered counts every other year).  This is something I have volunteered to do for the CoCs since 2011 because the results are often not posted on HUD's site for another 6+ months, and several agencies have requested the data in the current format (rather than HUD's).