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HMIS Basics, Advanced Reporting Tool (ART) and Optional 2nd Session ShelterPoint Training

1942 Fremont Boulevard, Seaside, CA    10:30-12:30

Formerly known as HMIS New User, this comprehensive all-in-one training is for HMIS novices or those who need a refresher course. Learn how to navigate ServicePoint, enter client data, and utilize tools, like the Advanced Reporting Tool and ShelterPoint. Prior receiving HMIS Login it is necessary to complete the HMIS security training and pass the quiz. 

These trainings are mandatory and Agency Admins must submit a license request to authorize license assignment.

HMIS Policies and Procedures 101

Via Webinar      10:30-12:30

(If sold out, please email HMIS Program Coordinator, Oliver Elbert. If you do not have Oliver’s email, please reach out

Formerly known as HMIS User Group, these meetings are designed to review HMIS Policies in accordance to the CA-506 HMIS Governance Charter, State and Federal Mandates, and as decided in the Oversight Committee. All HMIS users are encouraged to attend this webinar. Zoom login information will be distributed prior to meeting.

Data Quality Cleanup Session

1942 Fremont Boulevard, Seaside, CA               9:00 AM-12:30 PM

Data Quality is one of the most important activities to be performed in HMIS. It is important that HMIS data is complete and accurate.  The Data Quality Cleanup Session is a chance to have Community Technology Alliance (CTA) help you correct HMIS errors in person. Data Quality Report cards and laptops will be provided, although we encourage you to bring your own agency laptop to allow those without to have access. Please make sure you RSVP at least 48 hours prior to the session so we can have a report card ready for you.

CARS New User Training

Online via Zoom                                 1:30 PM-3:00 PM

Comprehensive training on the Coordinated Assessment and Referral System (CARS), also known as Coordinated Entry. This training provides all the tools to properly administer VI-SPDATs and enter into HMIS ServicePoint. Note: New CARS users will need to also attend HMIS Basics to understand how to input assessments into HMIS.