Description

The Wisconsin Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) is an internet-based database that is used by homeless service organizations across Wisconsin to record and store client-level information about the numbers, characteristics and needs of homeless persons and those at risk of homelessness.

Guidance for the implementation and improvement of Wisconsin’s HMIS is provided by a broad-based advisory board that is committed to understanding the gaps in services to consumers of the human service delivery system in an attempt to end homelessness.

Member Responsibilities

  1. Implement and continuously improve Wisconsin’s HMIS.
  2. Ensure the HMIS scope aligns with the requirements of agencies, HUD and other stakeholder groups.
  3. Address any issue that has major implications for the HMIS, such as policy mandates from HUD or performance problems with the HMIS vendor.
  4. Reconcile differences in opinions and approaches, and resolve disputes arising from them.
  5. Review, revise and approve HMIS policies developed by the System Administrators.
  6. With the Institute for Community Alliances develop and approve the policy and procedural documents.

Governance for the Wisconsin HMIS Advisory Board is found in the Governance Charter.

Click here for a list of HMIS Advisory Board Members

Meetings

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Madison
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WI Dells
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Green Bay
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