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From Our Federal Partners: Learn Ways to Multiply the Impact of Your Grant through Partnership with Faith Communities

Learn how the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) faith-government partnership is creating a new community co-investment process through the evidence-based Open Table model.

You can use Open Table to:

  • Partner with the faith community to build an extended system of care.
  • Discuss unmet need to address poverty for persons...Read More »

2017 RFP Released!

We have launched a new RFP for 2017!

2-1-1 Orange County (211OC) is issuing this Request for Proposals (RFP) to secure web based Software as a Service (SaaS) for the Orange County Continuum of Care’s (CoC) Homelessness Management Information System (HMIS).

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MARCH 2017 DATA MATTERS NEWSLETTER PUBLISHED!

Check out the March 2017 Data Matters Newsletter!

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HMIS Q4 2016 Report Cards Posted!

Check out how your projects compare to other projects in Orange County with the HMIS Q4 2016 Report Cards!  These report cards review data timeliness, entries referred from the Coordinated Entry System, and average data quality score for Universal Data Elements, Program Specific Data Elements at Entry, and...Read More »


Data Integrity Report Has Been Deactivated

Adsystech no longer provides support for the DIR (Data Integrity Report) because it is a LAHSA custom report. Agencies no longer have access to the DIR in their Management Report inventory list. Please use the existing data quality reports for your data quality needs. We...Read More »


New HMIS Site Program Entry Issue Resolved

The Questions Tab on the Program Entry page is now showing the correct interface.

If you encounter any other system issues with the new site, please contact the HMIS Helpdesk at hmis-helpdesk@211oc.org as soon as possible so we can work to resolve the problem.

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As of 2/28/2017, 59 agencies have entered 81,080 clients into the system since inception. This is an increase of 0.65% over the previous month of January, and a 1.64% increase since 12/31/16.