HMIS Implementation Guide
HMIS Best Practices
HMIS Community Partnership Application
HMIS Partnership Application for Service Providers
HMIS Project Overview (This is the download version of our online answers to Frequently Asked Questions)
Before you can share your client's record in HMIS, your client, or head of household, must sign a general release of information form.
Each participating agency has at least one staff person designated to help administer and oversee HMIS implementation.
Participating agencies enter into an agreement with THN and the other agencies collaborate using HMIS.
This notice (English & Spanish) should be visibly posted in your public lobby or reception area.
This form (English & Spanish) should be made available to clients who suspect a violation of their privacy rights.
This policy (English & Spanish) explains uses, including possible disclosure, of clients' personal protected information in the system.
Each user agrees to the terms laid out in the user agreement.
Terms of Reference
These are terms of reference to help employers write job descriptions that include HMIS responsibilities.
This form includes all HUD HMIS-compliant intake questions, assessments and acceptable responses.
This worksheet and report should be used by victim services providers and domestic violence agencies that receive ESGP funds. *Updated 2012
This form is designed specifically for VA SSVF grantees and includes the HMIS-compliant intake questions, assessments and eligible responses.
Texas Balance of State CoC coordination with Domestic Violence Service Agencies
Video instructions on how to use the DV collection spreadsheet.
The goal of Bethany House of Laredo is to feed the hungry and house the homeless, but their reach and success goes far beyond both of these goals. Started in 1982 to provide hot meals for homeless, indigent, elderly, veterans, and disabled individuals, Bethany House now provides 22,680 shelter nights a year and 1,300 hot meals every day.
The mission of Grayson County Shelter is to provide multiple survival services to homeless people and others in need, with the explicit goal of self-reliance. Grayson County Shelter has been carrying out this mission in Dennison, Texas, since 1988. In that time, the shelter has added close to 50 shelter beds and serves around 300 men, women, and children every year.