Join SNAPS for a Live Webcast from the 2019 Fall NHSDC Conference!
HUD’s Office of Special Needs Assistance Programs (SNAPS) is excited to collaborate with the National Human Services Data Consortium (NHSDC) to offer the technical information you need to successfully measure progress towards preventing and ending homelessness. NHSDC brings together human services data professionals from around the country to learn best practices, inspire one another, and make connections at the Fall 2019 Conference.
SNAPS will offer key data and performance sessions including a short topic track on Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS) Fundamentals. If you attend these four targeted sessions in person, you can receive an HMIS Fundamentals Certification of Completion from HUD. Let HUD know you attended by filling out the evaluation form for each session.
If you don’t attend the conference, you can join the livestream of these four sessions. In the future, HUD will also post the recordings on the HUD Exchange for you to view and receive a Certification of Completion.
HMIS Fundamental Sessions and Webcasts
|HMIS Project Set-Up 101||Wednesday, October 16, 2019||1:30 PM CDT/2:30 PM EDT|
|HMIS Project Set-Up 201||Wednesday, October 16, 2019||2:40 PM CDT/3:40 PM EDT|
|Implementing Effective Contract Negotiation and Relationship Management Strategies 101||Thursday, October 17, 2019||10:00 AM CDT/11:00 AM EDT|
|HMIS Project Management and Annual Calendar of Expectations||Thursday, October 17, 2019||1:30 PM CDT/2:30 PM EDT|
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