Landlord Accepting Vouchers (Baltimore County, MD)

Hello, I am a landlord with a 2-bedroom  newly renovated condo for rent. Voucher holders are welcome. My Property is located in Balt County near Franklin High School. Please pass my name & number to prospective tenants in need.  Thank you.


K Burgess

Qlik Sense Update

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Qlik Sense Update
We're excited to announce the availability of new Qlik Sense functionality!  On Tuesday, July 17th the following updates to Qlik Sense will be available:
  • Addition of new ActivityPoint table and fields
  • Entry Exit data model changes to allow for current assessment values to display when client has no exit date in the reporting range selected
  • Addition of CallPoint Records where there is no attached Client

Please refer to the "Qlik Sense Release Notes 2018-07"; available in Customer Community Library; for more information and contact your CCA if you have questions. 
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11711 W. 79th St. | Lenexa, KS 66214 | (888) MEDIWARE |


FY 2017 Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program Community Selection Announcement

To help end youth homelessness, The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is awarding $43 million to 11 local communities, including 5 rural communities, through its Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP). This project supports a wide range of housing programs including rapid rehousing, permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, and host homes.
HUD developed YHDP with youth in mind, relying upon the recommendations provided directly from young people who had experienced homelessness. To ensure that the program meets the needs of young people, HUD incorporated many of the same young people who provided recommendations on the program’s design in the application review process. Their assessment helped HUD ensure that applicants understood the needs and preferences of the young people they will serve. HUD also worked closely with its federal partners to help develop the program and review applications, including the Departments of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Department of Education (DOE), and the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH).
The 11 communities selected will collaborate with a broad array of partners including a Youth Action Board (YAB) and the local or state Public Child Welfare Agency (PCWA). These communities will develop a coordinated community plan to prevent and end youth homelessness to submit to HUD within 4 months. They will also participate in a program evaluation to inform the federal effort to prevent and end youth homelessness going forward and will serve as leaders in the nation on the work to end homelessness among young people.
YHDP recipients will use funding for rapid rehousing, permanent supportive housing, and transitional housing, and to fund innovative programs, such as host homes. Recipients can begin requesting funding for specific projects as soon as they are ready. YHDP will also support youth-focused performance measurement and coordinated entry systems. Over the next several months, selected communities will work with their youth action boards, child welfare agencies, and other community partners to create a comprehensive community plan to end youth homelessness.
HUD is awarding grants to the following communities where local applicants expressed their own vision for ending youth homelessness:
Applicant Name Funding Amount
San Diego, California $7.94 million
Louisville, Kentucky $3.45 million
Boston, Massachusetts $4.92 million
NW Minnesota (Rural) $1.41 million
Nebraska (Rural) $3.28 million
Northern New Mexico (Rural) $3.37 million
Columbus, Ohio $6.07 million
Nashville, Tennessee $3.54 million
Vermont (Rural) $2 million
Washington (Rural) $4.63 million
Snohomish, Washington $2.39 million
For descriptions of each awarded community, view the FY 2017 YHDP Award Announcements.


The following resources provide more information about YHDP and the FY 2017 awards.
Visit the HUD Exchange at

HUD LSA Report Update

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HUD LSA Report Update
HUD has begun beta testing of the new Longitudinal Systems Analysis (LSA) report which will replace the AHAR report in ServicePoint.
Here is a link to the information provided by HUD:
The link includes information about a sample data set which you can upload to HDX for testing purposes. If you have any questions/issues with HDX, please contact HUD for assistance.
We are continuing to work on the development of this report in ServicePoint. In the interim, you can review your provider information as requested by HUD. We recommend using the "0227 - Project Descriptor Data Elements Data Quality" ART Gallery report for reviewing provider information. Please note that we will be releasing a new version of this report by the end of July 2018 which will have updates made by HUD to provider data elements.
You may also access additional HUD resources/information about the LSA report in this library in Salesforce "HACS ServicePoint AHAR/LSA".

Please contact your CCA if you have further questions.
Mediware Information Systems, Inc.
11711 W. 79th St. | Lenexa, KS 66214 | (888) MEDIWARE

News from the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness

People with Lived Experience are Experts in Ending Homelessness

"Showing Up" in Our Spheres of Influence To Address Racial Inequities  

Addressing inequity starts within the offices of the very organizations working to create more equitable ways to prevent and end homelessness for everyone. 

USICH Director of Finance and Administration Darren Franklin shares a personal reflection on his role in ensuring our agency aligns with this mission.

Yesterday's Webinar on Recently Released HUD NOFA is Now Available  


Gathering information to help you respond to the FY 2018 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Notice of Funding Availability?
Check out our recently recorded webinar to learn more about the NOFA's priorities and the application process. 

These considerations and resources can also be used in your efforts to address racial disparities within your actions and application.  

Two New Reports Provide Recommendations for Improving Access to Employment  

Coming VERY Soon: The revised and strengthened Federal Strategic Plan to  Prevent and End Homelessness!  
Make sure you are one of the first to see the Plan by liking us on Facebook and following us on Twitter!  
U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness, 301 7th Street, SW, Room 2080, Washington, DC 20407

5 Essentials to HMIS Data Integrity [client interview]


5 Essentials to Achieve HMIS Data Integrity  
Crisis Response Network became the first organization to reach 100% data integrity in the Built for Zero project. Here's how they did it. 
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One of the biggest challenges in HMIS is the issue of data integrity. The process of collecting information in a difficult environment, entering that data accurately, aggregating it correctly and then reporting on it consistently month after month can be filled with frustration for even the best-run organizations.
When we heard our long-time client, Crisis Response Network, became the first organization to reach 100% data integrity in the nationally recognized Built for Zero project, we wanted to know more.
We spoke with Tyler Rosensteel, Director of HMIS at CRN, about data integrity and the success CRN has achieved. He shared these five principles that any HMIS leader can profit from.

Headlines: Up to $930 Million Available to Combat the Opioid Crisis

July 12, 2018
SAMHSA Headlines—Your one-stop source for the latest from SAMHSA.


Up to $930 Million Available to Combat the Opioid Crisis

SAMHSA is accepting applications for $930 Million to combat the opioid crisis through State Opioid Response Grants (Short Title: SOR). The program aims to address the opioid crisis by increasing access to medication-assisted treatment, reducing unmet treatment need, and reducing opioid overdose related deaths. The application due date is August 13, 2018 by 11:59 p.m. (ET).

Up to $50 Million to Help Tribes Address Opioid Crisis

SAMHSA is accepting applications for up to $50 million in Tribal Opioid Response Grants. The grants, which will go to tribes and tribal organizations, will fund prevention, treatment, and recovery activities in response to the opioid crisis. The grants will reduce unmet treatment needs and opioid overdose-related deaths. The application due date is August 20, 2018 by 11:59 p.m. (ET).


Publication Update: A Guide for Medical Providers in the Emergency Department Taking Care of Suicide Attempt Survivors

SAMHSA has published an update to this brochure that offers emergency department providers tips for enhancing treatment for people who have attempted suicide. It also offers information about communicating with families, HIPAA, patient discharge, and resources for medical professionals, patients, and their families.

Publication Update: A Guide to Taking Care of Yourself After Your Treatment in the Emergency Department

SAMHSA has published an update to this guide that offers strategies for taking care of yourself after treatment in the emergency department for a suicide attempt. The guide also offers ways to connect with other suicide attempt survivors. This guide is also available in Spanish language.

Publication Update: A Guide to Taking Care of Your Family Member After Treatment in the Emergency Department

SAMHSA has published an update to this guide that offers information about what to expect in the emergency room, and how to take care of yourself and your family member following a suicide attempt. This guide is also available in Spanish language.

Now Available: 2018 Recovery Month Toolkit and PSAs

Each September, SAMHSA sponsors National Recovery Month to increase awareness and understanding of mental and substance use disorders, and to celebrate individuals living in recovery. The Toolkit and PSAs can be used to organize events, issue proclamations, and increase public awareness. Learn more about Recovery Month 2018 and how you can get involved.


Partnerships to Advance Tribal Health

July 24, 2018 | 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. Eastern Time
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) invites you to participate in the Partnerships to Advance Tribal Health (PATH): A National Town Hall on Combating Opioids and Substance Abuse at the Hubert H. Humphrey Great Hall in Washington, DC, and via HHS Live Streaming Link. PATH provides a national forum for tribal and federal officials to engage in joint dialogue to improve the impact of HHS resources in tribal communities. The deadline to register is July 23, 2018.