Homeless Management Information System
A Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) is an invaluable tool for communities and HUD to develop better information on the nature of homelessness, the number of people experiencing homelessness, the existing patterns in housing programs and services, and the effectiveness of programs and services in addressing homelessness. An HMIS must be used by the CoC and all recipients of CoC and ESG program funds to meet HUDS’s data collection, management, and reporting standards. Recipients and subrecipients are required to collect data on individual clients and the provision of housing and services to homeless individuals and families, and persons at risk of homelessness.
Welcome to users of our HMIS! Below are some helpful and important links to facilitate your work in our database system.
Please email HMIS@pascohomelesscoalition.org with any and all questions.
HMIS User Agreements
If you’d like to use HMIS, please download these forms and email them to HMIS@pascohomelesscoalition.org .
HMIS Policies and Procedures_updated 10.15.15 (MOU2015 included at the end)
Society of St. Vincent de Paul South Pinellas’, Supportive Services for Veteran Families (services and housing for homeless vets)
Early Learning Coalition’s, Home School Readiness Vouchers (childcare for homeless children)
Pasco County Schools’ Students In Transition Program – for families with school aged children whose housing is in transition or homeless, and students who are living alone or without a parent or legal guardian. Benefits under the Federal McKinney-Vento Act are provided, along with advocacy and other education related needs. Please complete the form in English or Spanish and email to the program at: sitprogram@pasco.K12.fl.us
Program staff can also be reached at (813) 794-2262 or the email provided.
Other helpful links…
HMIS Data Dictionary, 2015 Get to know your terms!
HMIS Data Standards Manual, 2015 A Guide for HMIS Users
Update on pcni.org website:
Just a note to let you all know their website has changed. To locate your usual “Support for Users” section of the website, follow these instructions:
First, click User Access > Your Community > Scroll down to Pasco County > Training