Are you covering all your bases with the client consent form? Here are 6 best practices to make sure your client release is the very best it can be.
Discover 16 ideas for getting various community sectors involved in your homeless CoC and HMIS—including practical, real-life examples.
This article discusses four ways to successfully connect people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) to housing and healthcare.
This article discusses three challenges and their solutions to adapting coordinated entry and rapid re-housing for youth homelessness.
Ensure your by-name lists are truly effective by using collaboration and HMIS customization to efficiently verify veteran and chronic homelessness.
Using GIS to Solve 3 Common Problems in Helping the Homeless Gallerycriminalization, data analysis, data collection, Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), homeless services, homeless youth, human services technology, solutions to homelessness
This article explains how a geographic information system (GIS) relates to homelessness—and how to use it to solve three specific problems in homeless services.
Criminalizing the homeless is the most expensive and least effective way to address homelessness. But what are its roots? And how can we address it?
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.
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.