All program’s data collection forms were changed last week to reflect the State changes to data elements. You can find those at http://hmismn.org/forms-and-instructions/. Discard previous printed copies? If you printed forms with date between 10/1/2016 and 6/27/2017 in footer, we would recommend continuing to use them as the only change was that one question was … Read more
The DHS OEO counting reports used to report to OEO for HYA, THP and ESP have been simplified to only pull data used by OEO for program evaluation and reporting purposes. Note that data collection requirements have not changed. Here is an overview of the changes that took place. You may notice several data elements … Read more
On April 1st, HUD transitioned to a new version of the Annual Performance Report for projects funded through the CoC Program. Providers now submit their APRs to HUD through Sage. If you have downloaded this report, you know that it looks a bit different than the PDF or Excel file you used to manually enter … Read more
DHS OEO ESP’s HMIS workflow will be changing on July 1st. The workflow is changing from a Service Transaction workflow to an Entry/Exit workflow. It will be the same workflow as the current HUD ESG workflow. We have created an FAQ and have included links to the workflow video. If you have more questions please … Read more
PIT Dashboard Report is now live (https://www.icalliances.org/point-in-time-data). The dashboard is a great resource to take a quick glance at your CoC’s point-in-time data!
All MN FHPAP users in HMIS should watch this video regarding the important change that took place effective July 1, 2017.
Dear HMIS Users and Stakeholders, Thursday, June 1, marked the one year anniversary of ICA’s tenure in Minnesota. In light of this milestone, I thought it appropriate to take a few minutes to reflect on what we’ve accomplished together and the work ahead of us in the next year. On May 4th, 2016, … Read more
The Point-in-Time (PIT) count is a count of sheltered and unsheltered homeless persons on a single night in January. HUD requires that Continuums of Care conduct an annual count of homeless persons who are sheltered in emergency shelter, transitional housing, and Safe Havens on a single night. Continuums of Care also must conduct a count … Read more
As PATH users are by now aware, we had to make an adjustment to the workflow after the new PATH report was released in April and sent out a document detailing that change. We have now posted updated instructions to our website with the purpose of reflecting that change. We are in the process of … Read more
A consented HMIS ROI releases an individual’s data to be viewed in HMIS by authorized users with a legitimate business purpose. A separate release is absolutely necessary for information in HMIS to be shared outside of HMIS; consult your agency’s legal team to determine if you have the appropriate paperwork in place. For your reference, … Read more