How can service providers better help those experiencing both mental illness and homelessness? Here are three solutions.
A successful Coordinated Assessment model requires three basic processes: Determine Client Need, Precise Program Assignment, and Share Data Securely.
Data collection is crucial to the success of any Centralized Intake and Coordinated Assessment model. These best practices for Centralized Intake include...
Centralized Intake poses numerous challenges, all of which can be addressed via a user-friendly HMIS platform. Software usability is vital to successful...
Bitfocus is excited to announce our recently established partnership with Veterans Resource Centers [...]
Bitfocus is proud to announce a newly established HMIS partnership with San Mateo County! [...]
Determining which standardized assessment tool is best for your CoC? Clarity Human Services explains how the VI-SPDAT helps CoCs meet HUD's requirements.
This article discusses what a coordinated assessment system is, as well as the structure and key elements of a successful coordinated assessment system.
This article discusses the relationship between domestic violence and homelessness, a brief history of VAWA, and the implications of the 2013 VAWA.
Homeless Female Veterans: Creating Hope for Housing, Safety and Opportunity Gallerycoordinated assessment, data analysis, data collection, Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), homeless services, homeless veterans, mental illness, solutions to homelessness
Homeless female veterans are not receiving adequate services due to a lack of quality data, highlighting the need for sophisticated HMIS solutions.
Health and Homelessness: How CoCs Can Help Gallerychronic homelessness, coordinated assessment, domestic violence, homeless families, Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), homeless services, mental illness, solutions to homelessness, substance abuse
CoCs can use coordinated assessment to address physical, mental, and behavioral health issues among those experiencing homelessness in their communities.
Many experts agree that one particular case management responsibility is of utmost importance—HMIS documentation. Here's why.