Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS) are used to record client information that is shared among homeless service providers who serve. Atlanta CoC partners with eight other CoCs in Georgia to use one HMIS application – ClientTrack. This partnership allows the CoCs to share information about the people we serve in the community and coordinate client-centered support.
- Atlanta HMIS Coordinated Entry for Providers (New User): This virtual training is required for Atlanta CoC ClientTrack access to the Coordinated Entry Provider Workspace.
- Atlanta HMIS Coordinated Entry for Assessors (New User): This virtual training is required for Atlanta CoC ClientTrack access to the Coordinated Entry Assessor Workspace.
- Atlanta HMIS 101: ClientTrack: This virtual training is offered as a supplementary training to GAHMIS End User Training. All Atlanta GA-500 users are required to attend the HMIS 101 Training.
If you or your staff are interested in learning how to pull and interpret data quality reports, please view the HMIS team webinar below. Please note that data quality is especially important when preparing for the Notice of Funding Availability. It is also considered as part of the RFP scoring tool for Partners for HOME funding.
Agencies should use this link to enter their monthly data quality submission.