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The Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) is an information system used to collect client-level data. It also collects data on the provision of housing, shelter, and services. It tracks services for individuals and families who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness.
The HMIS software used by Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) and the Oregon Continuums of Care is ServicePoint. There are three instances of ServicePoint in the State of Oregon. The Oregon Multi Continuum of Care (OMC), NW Social Services Connections (Washington, Clackamas and Multnomah counties) and Lane County. OHCS administers the OMC instance.
The links below are meant to serve as helpful guides to OHCS funded providers. We realize each office has a workflow that may vary. Please contact your agency HMIS administrator with any agency-specific questions.
Applies to all agencies receiving OHCS funds
Data Crosswalk for Data Requirements
2024 HMIS Data Standards
Basic HMIS Steps
Minutes and agendas for the Oregon Multi-CoC Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) Governance Committee “Quad Squad” are below:
OMC_HMIS Meeting Agenda 1-17-22.pdfOMC_HMIS Meeting Agenda 1-24-22.pdfOMC_HMIS Meeting Agenda 2-7-22.pdf
YEHP Work Flow
YEHP HMIS and Demographics Table
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