WellSky: 7 takeaways from HUD on the future of homeless service data

Seven takeaways from HUD on the future of homeless service data

Preview what's in store for CoCs based on these recent HUD comments
At the National Human Services Data Consortium (NHSDC) Conference, Abby Miller and Fran Ledger from The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD's) Office of Special Needs Assistance Programs (SNAPS) presented seven takeaways about the future of homeless service data.
This free tip sheet summarizes that talk, including: 
  • Upcoming changes to the Longitudinal Systems Analysis (LSA) report
  • The expanding role of HMIS in finding housing solutions
  • Clarifications on privacy and comparable databases
This resource distills the information into a quick read that can help your CoC prepare for the future. Download your free copy now!

About WellSky
WellSky's deep experience in human services can help you do more for your community. Our Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) is used by 60% of the nation's Continuums of Care to simplify coordinated entry, provider management, and HUD reporting. We also work with The Salvation Army and affiliates of the United Way, Volunteers of America, and other organizations to simplify intake, streamline care management, track funding, and achieve better outcomes across many different programs. Learn more.