The Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) is a software application designed to record and store client-level information on the characteristics and service needs of homeless persons. The Amarillo HMIS (www.amarillohmis.com) is a web-based software application that homeless assistance providers use to coordinate care, manage their operations, and better serve their clients. The Point in Time Count (PIT) and Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR) for Amarillo are located on this website.
The U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and other planners and policymakers at the federal, state and local levels use aggregate HMIS data to obtain better information about the extent and nature of homelessness over time. Specifically, the HMIS is used to produce an unduplicated count of homeless persons, understand patterns of service use, and measure the effectiveness of homeless programs.
The reports below provide the most recent data on homelessness in Amarillo compiled by the Amarillo HMIS.
Annual Point in Time Counts:
- January 2010
- January 2011
- January 2012
- January 2013
- January 2014
- January 2015
- January 2016
- January 2017
- January 2018
- January 2019
VOLUNTEERS VOLUNTEERS VOLUNTEERS!
July 26, 2019 is our next Point in Time Count! Volunteers are needed to cover the entire city area in an effort to identify the amount of homeless we have and what their needs are.
Click here to download a registration form and submit it to the email address on the form!
If you have questions or concerns about volunteering please contact:
Amy Dixon CoC and HMIS Coordinator Amy.Dixon@Amarillo.gov
See also www.HMIS.info.