SSVF HMIS Year End FY16 + FY17 Requirements

Hi Team,

I have a cell phone again (267-683-2386). Thanks so much for your patience during the phone transition. I am including a few additional updates below:

·         I am going to be out of the office tomorrow 9/23, Monday 9/26, and Thursday and Friday 9/29 and 9/30 for official VA travel. I will be responding to emails, but there may be a slight delay.
·         If you have an emergency, please feel free to call or text me.
·         Also, I am catching up on emails from the phone transition. I have about 10 grantees who need responses. I should be sending you replies today.
·         If you emailed me and have not received a response by this evening, please feel free to resend the email.

HMIS Webinar at 2pm
·         I am attaching the slides from today's 2pm webinar in case they are helpful to you and your team.
·         Just to clarify, the repository will open on 9/26.
·         If you have any questions, please let me know.

All Region Call Next Week on 9/28
·         As a reminder, we have our All Region Call next Wednesday 9/28 at 2pm EST.
·         The call in information is 1-800-767-1750 Code: 15589.
·         Our goal is to get the agenda out to you by tomorrow in prep for next week.
·         Please ensure that at least one person from your grant participates in the call. It might be helpful to print or save the agenda when you receive it so that you can take notes.

Thanks so much! Have a wonderful weekend!


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Application deadline for youth homelessness demonstration program
A correction to an item that appeared in our Wednesday newsletter: the application deadline for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Homeless Demonstration Program is Nov. 30, not Nov. 20 as published.
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The subject of our Wednesday newsletter promoted a 'week of Alliance webinars you won't want to miss'. Regretfully, that terrific calendar of upcoming learning opportunities did not make it to your in-box.  We wanted to re-send these important dates to make sure that you don't miss out!

Planning for the 2017 Unsheltered PIT Count
Thursday, 3 - 4:30 p.m. EST, Sept. 22
Unsheltered Point-in-Time (PIT) can be challenging. Join this discussion about the basics of planning and implementing an unsheltered Point-in-Time (PIT) Count.

Rapidly Re-Housing Families in Phoenix
Tuesday, 1 - 2:00 p.m. EST, Sept. 27
Learning from peers is key when shifting your community to a more rapid re-housing focused homeless services system. Chela Schuster, Director of Strategic Housing Resources, with UMOM Days Centers in Phoenix, AZ, will discuss how they have successfully implemented rapid re-housing for vulnerable families in their community.

100-Day Challenge Accepted: Ending Youth Homelessness in Three Cities
Monday, 9 - 10 a.m. EST, Sept. 26
The three communities embarking on 100-Day Challenges to end youth homelesessness - Austin, Cleveland and Los Angeles - will share their challenge focus areas and initial strategies.

And in case you missed it, check out experts from the criminal justice system talking about Reentry Services 101: What Homeless Service Providers Need to Know, a webinar on the basics on the criminal justice system, reentry and how homeless service providers can improve connections with criminal justice and reentry providers.
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