HMIS Governance Retreat Seeks Broad Input

HMIS Governance Retreat Seeks Broad Input

We invite you to read this message from Mike Manhard, Chair of HMIS Interim Governance Board: Dear Partners in Preventing and Ending Homelessness. I am  … Read more

New Release of Information (ROI)

New Release of Information (ROI)

New (10/18/2016) instructions for adding an ROI Here are some answers to the questions we’ve been receiving from our HMIS community! ROI FAQs   We  … Read more

New Data Collection Forms!

New Data Collection Forms!

All Data Collection Forms (Entry, Update, and Exit) are posted and available for you to use with the new HUD Data Standards that go into  … Read more

Recertification Process for all Current HMIS Users

Recertification Process for all Current HMIS Users

Step 1: Watch these two training videos. Required for all HMIS Users HUD Data Standards PowerPoint Statewide Data Sharing in Minnesota PowerPoint October 1 2016 Federal  … Read more

LTH Report Update

LTH Report Update

As we noted in our last newsletter, we’ve received a number of Helpdesk questions from you, our attentive and committed HMIS users, about errors in  … 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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Looking for Housing?

HMIS is not a direct service provider, but we know some great resources.

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