Reminder: Homeless Day on the Hill is March 11th

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Have you registered for Homeless Day on the Hill? This event, put together by the Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless (MCH), is a chance for you to advocate for people experiencing homelessness. This event takes place on March 11th from 8am-3pm. ICA will have staff in attendance, and we hope to see you there! You  … Read more

PIT Count Submission Deadline Approaching!

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What Next? For HMIS agencies: For our HMIS-participating Emergency Shelter, Safe Haven, and Transitional Housing agencies, enter your data as quickly and completely as possible. You have until February 12th. Be proactive and make your Regional System Administrator (RSA) proud! After you’ve completed data entry for PIT night, you can run these two HMIS reports  … Read more

Coordinated Entry Data Standards and Workflow Training is Coming – Register Now!

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The ICA team, in partnership with local CES leadership, will be offering training for CES assessors and participating housing providers in March. This training will cover the newly-updated workflow for Coordinated Entry Systems across the state along with how to complete the new data elements. These will be webinar-based trainings available to HMIS end users  … Read more

FHPAP Reports Due Friday, February 14th

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The Minnesota Housing Finance Agency FHPAP Quarterly and Biennium-to-Date reports are due February 14th. Reporting Dates Biennium-to-Date: 7/1/2019-12/31/2019 Quarter 2: 10/01/2019-12/31/2019 Please refer to the FHPAP User Guide for reporting and data entry deadlines. As a reminder, the MN Prevention Assessment Tool report is also being submitted to MHFA for Prevention programs statewide. For more  … Read more

The Point-in-Time Count Just Happened, What Now?

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The 2020 Point-In-Time Count was Wednesday night! Many folks across the state are busy administering surveys and continuing their outreach efforts to compile the one-day snapshot of homelessness in Minnesota. You may inquire about where someone stayed on PIT night up to 7 days after the PIT. What Now? For our HMIS participating Emergency Shelter,  … Read more