New User Training
User Policy and Agreement
User Policy Agreement form is available here: Addendum_E_HMIS User Policy July2010rev
All Maine HMIS users must read, acknowledge and sign the HMIS/ServicePoint User Policy, Responsibilities Statement, and Code of Ethics before they are allowed access to the HMIS system.
Currently, we offer an online option for standard workflow (residential programs) New User training via GoTo Training on the first Thursday of the month from 10am-12pm. We also offer online Emergency Shelter and Housing Assistance Program and PATH/Outreach specific trainings (follow links below for scheduling/registration). If you would like to discuss scheduling an ad hoc training, please contact Kelly Watson at email@example.com or 624-5742.
To register for the HMIS new user training, Mail or Fax the completed User Policy Agreement to:
Attn: Kelly Watson
353 Water Street
Augusta, ME 04330
Fax (207) 624-5768
Prerequisite Note: A completed User Policy and Agreement Form must be received prior start of class for attendance to be counted for granting new HMIS user access to ServicePoint. This class may also be taken by existing user as a refresher course.
Transitional and Permanent Supportive Housing New User Training: Click Here to register for training on how to enter data for transitional housing and permanent supportive housing.
Emergency Shelter and Housing Assistance Program New User Training: Click Here to register for training on how to enter data for the ESHAP program.
PATH/Outreach New User Training: Click Here to register for training on how to enter data for PATH/Outreach programs.
The class will cover:
Login to ServicePoint®
Navigate to ClientPoint
Search for Client Records
Input Client Data via ClientPoint
Configure and manage Households
ServicePoint Summary screen data entry workflow
Add Entry/Exit and Services data to a Client Record.
Successful completion of the HMIS New User Training is required prior to a user being allowed to access The Maine HMIS ServicePoint system.
Note: Our GoTo Training software assumes that each registrant will have a distinct email address and will not allow two registrations for the same email address for the same class. In terms of things like on-line tests the assumption is each participant will login using a different machine so that the test represents their work not a group effort.