Qlik Sense Upgrade Completed


Qlik Sense Upgrade Completed
We are pleased to announce the Qlik Sense Upgrade has completed. The update is scheduled for tonight, Tuesday, January 29 th, 2018. Please note that the first nightly rebuild after this update will take longer than normal to finish.

Please review the "Qlik Sense Release Notes - 2019-01" document available in the "HACS" Customer Community library for more details.

Please create a case in the Customer Community if you have further questions.

Grant Announcement


Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Grant Announcement

National Center of Excellence for Integrated Health Solutions

Application Due Date: Friday, March 29, 2019
SAMHSA is accepting applications for National Center of Excellence for Integrated Health Solutions (CIHS) grants. The purpose of this program is to advance the implementation of high quality, evidence-based treatment for individuals with co-occurring physical and mental health conditions, including substance use disorders. Data demonstrate that individuals with mental health conditions are far more likely to also experience physical health conditions. The co-occurrence of these conditions necessitates the delivery of holistic, integrated care. The goal of this grant is to ensure that these services are provided in the most effective manner possible.
SAMHSA plans to issue 1 grant of up to $2,000,000 per year for up to 5 years.

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HMIS Capacity Building NOFA Deadline Reminder: Applications Due Thursday, January 31, 2019

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HMIS Capacity Building NOFA Deadline Reminder: Applications Due Thursday, January 31, 2019
There are 3 days remaining until the application submission deadline for the HMIS Capacity Building Project Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA). Unless you have received an extension from HUD, all applications must be submitted by Thursday, January 31, 2019 by 11:59:59 PM EST.
Applications shall be submitted to Grants.gov unless a waiver has been issued allowing you to submit your application in paper form. Instructions for submitting your paper application will be contained in the waiver of electronic submission. As a reminder, “Received by Grants.gov” means the applicant received a confirmation of receipt and an application tracking number from Grants.gov. Then Grants.gov assigns an application tracking number and date-and time-stamps each application upon successful receipt by the Grants.gov system. A submission attempt not resulting in confirmation of receipt and an application tracking number is not considered received by Grants.gov. For more information, please see Section IV.D. of the HMIS Capacity Building Project NOFA.
HUD strongly recommends applications be submitted at least 48 hours before the deadline and during regular business hours to allow enough time to correct errors or overcome other problems.

How to Apply

Applicants must be existing CoC program recipients that are Unified Funding Agencies (UFAs), collaborative applicants, or HMIS Leads. The CoC will either:
  1. Apply to improve their existing HMIS.
    • Eligible activities: increase software functionality, improve data quality, and grow staff knowledge.
       
  2. Apply on behalf of two or more CoCs with the intent to execute an HMIS Consolidation to improve the performance of lower-performing HMISs.
    • Eligible activities: consolidate HMIS implementations, increase software functionality, improve data quality, and grow staff knowledge.
Applications are due January 31, 2019.
CoCs can look at their most recent HUD Data Exchange (HDX) submissions (i.e. bed coverage, Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR), and data quality) to help assess need. For HMIS Consolidations, CoCs can look at the Appendix of the NOFA to identify high-need HMISs that, when consolidated with high performing HMISs, may be competitive for the improvement and consolidation funds provided in the NOFA.

Resources

Questions

If you have questions pertaining to HMIS Capacity Building Project NOFA, please submit your questions to the Ask A Question (AAQ) portal on the HUD Exchange website and select “HMIS” from the “My question is related to” drop down list on Step 2 of the question submission process.
The AAQ portal accepts question submissions 24/7. However, responses are usually provided between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM Eastern Time, Monday through Friday, except for weekends and federal holidays. Additionally, per the HMIS Capacity Building Project NOFA, starting 2 days prior to the application deadline, the AAQ will respond only to emergency technical support questions up to the deadline of Thursday, January 31, 2019 at 11:59:59 PM EDT.

Listserv Communications

All information related to the HMIS Capacity Building Project NOFA is communicated via the HUD Exchange Mailing List. Join the mailing list to receive important updates and reminders.
If you are aware or suspect that the Collaborative Applicant, HMIS Lead, CoC members, or interested stakeholders are not currently receiving these listserv messages, please forward the following link, https://www.hudexchange.info/mailinglist/, to them to register for the listserv messages as this is the only form of communication used by HUD to the public.
If you have questions related to subscribing to the HUD Exchange mailing list or have issues receiving listserv messages in your inbox please contact info@hudexchange.info. Please be sure to add news@hudexchange.info and info@hudexchange.info to your contact list or safe senders list. This ensures that messages from the HUD Exchange go to your inbox and are not filtered to your spam or junk folder.
         
Visit the HUD Exchange at https://www.hudexchange.info

It's Time to Connect Mental Health and Community Development

Tuesday, January 29, 2019
In This Issue: We Need State Law That Allows Multifamily Housing ● Greening Vacant Lots: Low Cost, Big Effect in Philly ● It's Time to Connect Mental Health and Community Development ● The Struggle for Housing in Los Angeles: A Review of City of Segregation ● Also: Jobs ● Shelter Shorts ● Events +
Laura Choi, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Over the past decade, the community development field has made great progress in bringing a health lens to its work, but the healthy communities movement has been less explicit about mental, emotional, and behavioral health. That needs to change. Read Full Article
Shelterforce Staff
Shutdown Stopgap | HUD Changes | Utah Says, "If its fixed, let's break it." | Public Housing and Health | Census 2020 News | Renter Protection | And More Quick Takes From Our Editors
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Kent R. Pipes, Affordable Homes Group
This zoning law change would make the creation of thousands of affordable housing units possible without government funding … and may even be invisible to NIMBYs. Read Full Article
Maggie Loesch, Photojournalist
Block by block, a Philadelphia program is cleaning up abandoned lots, helping formerly incarcerated residents get jobs, and improving the overall health and well-being of neighborhoods. And research shows that the results are . . . Read Full Article
Reviewed by Jacob Woocher, Organizer
Andrea Gibbons’s City of Segregation shows why empowering capitalist processes and actors is the last thing we should do to fight gentrification.
Events
Wednesday, Jan. 30, 10 a.m. PST | Development Without Displacement in Opportunity Zones | Presented by the Neighborhood Funders Group’s Democratizing Development Program, this webinar is the second in a series of conversations on Opportunity Zones. Hear how community, philanthropy, and the public sector can work together to prioritize investments in projects that yield equitable growth, benefits, development without displacement, and economic opportunity for low-income communities and communities of color. Info or register here.

Monday, Feb. 11, 3 p.m. EST | What Really Works in Homelessness Prevention: Lessons from Literature and the Field | Presented by Abt Associates’ Center on Evidence-based Solutions to Homelessness, this webinar will feature practitioners from three communities will discuss their experience planning or implementing prevention activities, and how the evidence aligns with their work on the ground. Info or register here.
You Said It!
After working in community development for the last 40 years I find your analysis of “moving to opportunity” to be exactly right. Equity in Place is also right. Providing resources directed by residents of the neighborhoods that have been affected by decades of discrimination is… — Tim Mungraven, more

The challenge posed by a federal government approach is that without a consensus between the two political parties it is difficult to have a broad, consistent, long-term solution to our affordable housing needs. Control of the Congress and presidency revolve around a very small number of votes that… — Howard Hecht, more

Good question! Public housing is often knocked down in the name of integration. So if integration is not in fact achieved through knocking down public housing, policy makers should… —Sara D., more

The Fifth Amendment guarantees property owners due process before government can take their property, as well as just compensation upon taking their property. Those without property have only an insecure right to acquire property, which government can and often does infringe with impunity and without… —Frank Lessa, more
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