HMIS Data Quality Completeness Year-to-Date for FY2012
The Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) is a computer system with a collection of data with information about homelessness. It is the central repository for all in the Continuum of Care, including both programs and clients. The Fairfax-Falls Church Community Partnership to Prevent and End Homelessness partner agencies that provide services to homeless persons and others in need use the same computer system because it helps us do a better job of providing services to people in the community. Among many other uses, the information is used to plan and deliver services to clients, for statistical purposes and to meet federal reporting guidelines.
Report Card Grades for Providers
This chart displays the percentage of individual programs within HMIS who achieve a specific grade on their data quality in HMIS.
Year-to-Date Overall Quality
This chart displays the grade achieved across the entire Fairfax-Falls Church community continuum on the data quality in HMIS.