Monthly Archives: August 2017


End Homelessness?

“An end to homelessness means that every community will have a systematic response in place that ensures homelessness is prevented whenever possible or is otherwise a rare, brief, and non-recurring experience”.

• Quickly identify and engage people at-risk of and
experiencing homelessness.
• Intervene to prevent the loss of housing and divert
people from entering the homelessness services
system.
• Provide immediate access to shelter and crisis
services, without barriers to entry, while permanent
stable housing and appropriate supports are being
secured.
• When homelessness does occur, quickly connect
people to housing assistance and services—tailored
to their unique needs and strengths—to help them
achieve and maintain stable housing.”

You can find this presentation at
http://www.nchv.org/images/uploads/Lessons%20from%20federal%20review%20process%20ppt.pdf
-Operational Definition of an End to Homelessness –
NCHV.org

 

 


New HMIS Data Manual 

An updated HMIS Data Manual has been published for HMIS System Administrators & Users that will go into effect on October 1st. You can find the manual here.