A note from Satana Deberry, NCHC Executive Director Today is a bittersweet moment for us here at the NC Housing Coalition. This marks the last edition of the CHIN newsletter. It has been a honor to work with you from the very beginning to create a statewide HMIS and we are proud of the work […]
The Governance Committee decided that after initial entry, social security numbers (SSN) should no longer be visible in the HMIS. This means that all SSNs must be entered on the search screen when the client file is created. If the user does not enter it on the search screen, then it cannot be entered/changed by the […]
With ART 3.1 BSI announces support for Java 7 (Update 72). ART 3.1 will support Java 7 but will not support Java 8. NOTE: You may not have both Java 6 and Java 7 installed simultaneously as this will cause issues in ART 3.1 and ART 3.0.
After the update to the 2014 HMIS Data Standards was completed, CHIN evaluated existing reports to determine which reports need to be updated for the new data standards. The CHIN Data Committee will prioritize the modifications needed. The list of reports and update status is available here. That file indicates whether a report has been updated […]
Any CHIN users who have not watched the training webinar and passed the quiz, can still do so. Use the links below, and then email email@example.com to let us know you’ve passed the quiz. We’ll check the results and get your license reinstated.
As of April 17, 2015, CHIN is no longer offering HMIS training. Users who have already registered for CHIN training will have until end of day, April 24th to watch the videos and pass the quizzes. After April 24th, all users will be referred to their CoC’s Local System Administrator or Michigan Coalition Against Homelessness (MCAH) for training […]