Leveraging Location to Combat Homelessness 24/7/365


Leveraging Location to Combat Homelessness 24/7/365

Thursday, October 10 | 2 P.M. ET / 11 A.M. PT

To address the growing epidemic of homelessness, governments need accurate data collection, strong collaboration tools and advanced analytics. They also need ways to share and collaborate both internally and externally with a variety of stakeholders to produce actionable results.

Geographic Information System (GIS) provides the required tools to efficiently address these needs in a comprehensive manner.

Join us online Thursday, Oct. 10 from 2-3 p.m. ET/11 a.m.-noon PT to learn how a modern GIS adds value when used to supplement existing Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS) and Coordinated Entry Systems (CES). Stories from your government peers will be shared along with demonstrations of simple-to-configure tools already in use by multiple agencies with varied levels of technical expertise.

Specifically, you’ll learn how to:

  • Digitize required homeless counts in a mobile app without writing a line of code.
  • Gain real-time insight with analytics and dynamic dashboards.
  • Easily deploy pre-configured tools to get you started.

You Will Hear From:

Sue Compton, Placer County HMIS System Administrator

Jared Shoultz, Health GIS Patterns Specialist, Esri

Matt Myers, Account Executive, Esri

Nicole Blake Johnson, GovLoop Moderator