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Every two weeks, we send out a newsletter to keep you informed on any new resources, system updates, or changes that impact Minnesota’s HMIS. Subscribe  … Read more

Answers to Frequent FHPAP Questions

Answers to Frequent FHPAP Questions

FHPAP report season is upon us! FHPAP reports accounted for 23% of all reports ran in ART from January 1, 2015 – May 31, 2016. To  … Read more

Restructure Complete and Wilder Farewell

Restructure Complete and Wilder Farewell

This message was emailed by Wilder Research to the HMIS community to provide you with important information regarding the System Administrator transition and restructure. First, as  … Read more

Minnesota Joint Transition Letter

Minnesota Joint Transition Letter

TO: All Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) Users and Stakeholders FROM: David Eberbach and Demetri Vincze, Institute for Community Alliances Mike Manhard, on behalf of  … Read more

What We Do

We direct, manage, and administer the ServicePoint database in Minnesota to meet the federal Homeless Management Information System mandate.

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Who We Are

A coordinated network of agencies and individuals strategically collaborating to implement an effective and responsive Homeless Management Information System across Minnesota.

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Housing Resources

HMIS Testimonials

"Ending homelessness in Minnesota requires an understanding of its causes, extent, and which responses offer the most effective use of limited resources. HMIS is the tool that will provide all of this information."
-Justin Vorbach, SW MN Continuum of Care Coordinator

HMIS Testimonials

"The State of Minnesota invests in Minnesota's Homeless Management Information System because its data is not only important to show our progress, but also to help us make progress by targeting our resources wisely and understanding unmet needs of Minnesotans facing homelessness."
-Cathy ten Broeke, State Director to Prevent and End Homelessness