• Maine HMIS


    Welcome to the newly redesigned Maine HMIS website.           

  • Mediware Rebranding to WellSky

    As you may have heard, Mediware has rebranded to WellSky. See announcements for more information.

  • Reminder: Longitudinal Systems Analysis (LSA)

    The AHAR is now the LSA. See announcements for more information.

  • Data Standards

    No 2018 Data Standards Changes


At Maine HMIS we administer the ServicePoint database in Maine.

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  • Mediware Rebranding to WellSky
    Oct 31, 2018
    As you may have heard, Mediware has rebranded to WellSky. As they put it, “WellSky is the culmination of Mediware’s long-term, strategic vision to unify all of our brands and deliver solutions and services that extend between and beyond the continuum of care.” What does this mean for us? • This is not a new software. • This is not a different company, merger, or acquisition. ServicePoint 5 will remain ServicePoint 5, but branding changes will be coming down the road.
  • Data Sharing
    Oct 2, 2018
    A Data Sharing Workgroup was formed to help implement the system wide data sharing in HMIS.
  • Longitudinal Systems Analysis (LSA) Report
    Sep 21, 2018
    In the past, CoCs would submit the Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR) on an annual basis. The AHAR is a national-level report that provides information about homeless service providers and people & households experiencing homelessness. This year, HUD has redesigned the AHAR report and replaced it with the Longitudinal Systems Analysis (LSA) report. The LSA will be due sometime in December and cover the federal fiscal year of 10/1/17 – 9/30/18. Keep reading for more details.
  • Point-in-Time Count (PIT) and Housing Inventory Count (HIC)
    Sep 21, 2018
    The PIT count is a count of sheltered and unsheltered homeless persons on a single night in January. HUD requires that Continuums of Care conduct an annual count of homeless persons who are sheltered in emergency shelter, transitional housing, and Safe Havens on a single night. CoCs are also required to report occupancy numbers for all projects on the HIC for the night of the PIT. Keep reading for the 2019 dates.

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