The latest publication of the MMWR by the CDC on October 26, 2022 provides evidence through a study that people with HIV and people experiencing homelessness are highly impacted with the most severe cases of MPX.
New resources that focus on trauma-informed and client-centered efforts to collect data and an opportunity to give feedback on proposed changes to the race, ethnicity, and gender HMIS data elements are now available on the Community Support to Gather Feedback on Proposed Changes to HMIS Data Elements page.
The NOFO for the FY 2022 CoC Competition and Noncompetitive Award of Youth Homeless Demonstration Program Renewal and Replacement Grants have been posted. The application deadline is Friday, September 30, 2022.
The System Modeling Toolkit and new Stella M module help CoCs with the technical aspects of creating their models and translating assumptions about the system into implementation plans, as well as guiding the planning process to include key partners and build buy-in.
SNAPS worked with the NHSDC to offer the technical information you need to successfully measure progress towards preventing and ending homelessness. The materials from the Conference are now available.