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USICH: Findings and Implications from Recent Reports and Data

Please read this article from the US Interagency Council on Homelessnes about data regarding the number of people experiencing homelessness, housing crises, and instability.

Data does not tell the whole story of homelessness in America, but it does tell us important information about the scale of the crises and challenges people face....Read More »


Message From HUD on World AIDS Day 2017

On November 1st, 211OC held an HIV/AIDS Sensitivity training hosted by the AIDS Services Foundation. The content of this training will eventually become an optional training that HMIS Users can complete on our training site. Please check out today’s message from HUD on World AIDS...Read More »


November 30th: Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Children, Youth, and Families Experiencing Homelessness

The U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) KSOC-TV, a web-based technical assistance program featuring behavioral health experts discussing cutting edge issues in children’s mental health, is holding an interactive webisode:

Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Children, Youth, and Families Experiencing Homelessness
Thursday, November 30, 2017
2:00 –...Read More »


HMIS Version 6 Latest Updates

Check out this email that was sent to Agency Administrators with the latest updates to HMIS version 6, including updates on the Export Schedule page, reactivating enrollments, and entering exit questions!

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Reactivating HMIS Enrollments

Adsystech has told 211OC that they will begin reactivating enrollments that HMIS Staff forwards to them. To have your reactivation request completed, you must submit a completed version of this spreadsheet (link will open as an Excel download) to the Read More »


HMIS VERSION 6 WEBINAR

211OC held a HMIS version 6 webinar on Wednesday, October 4th

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Did you know…

As of 9/30/2017, 59 agencies have entered 85,326 clients into the system since inception. This is an increase of 0.53% over the previous month of August, and a 6.96% increase since 12/31/16.