A Data-Driven Approach to Tackling Homelessness

The need for housing programs and services is at an all-time high. Just ask the over 580,000 people who experience homelessness in America every day. Experts agree that affordable housing and policy changes are necessary to combat homelessness; however, data-driven technology advancements can greatly assist these efforts by providing human service agencies with the right tools to help them serve their constituents. 

Whether you’re providing shelter, permanent housing, or helping secure stable jobs, we can help you ensure that your clients are aligned with the correct services to break the cycle of homelessness.

Exponent Case Management (ECM) is trusted by top innovative human services agencies on the frontline of ending the homelessness crisis. We help to empower every aspect of your mission from client intake to exit and improve outcomes for the people you serve. Attend our live webinar, A Data-Driven Approach to Tackling Homelessness, on January 13th, 2022 at 11am PT/2pm ET to learn how:

  • A modern case management system built for rapid re-housing and other supportive housing programs can improve outcomes for the communities you serve
  • ECM can inspire programmatic improvements
  • The right-fit technology solution can streamline the relationships between clients, landlords, and supporting service providers
  • ECM’s HMIS module takes the guesswork out of HMIS compliance 

Register for A Data-Driven Approach to Tackling Homelessness Webinar here. 

 

About the Speakers

Eric Magnuson
Director of Exponent Case Management Business Development

With over two decades of nonprofit technology experience, Eric’s mission in life is to help nonprofits grow their impact. He is comfortable crafting best-fit technology solutions for all functions within nonprofits, however, program management is where he sees the most need. For the last decade, he has focused on harnessing the power of the Salesforce platform to solve nonprofit program management needs with applications such as Exponent Case Management. Eric lives with his family and pets in the beautiful pacific northwest.

Josie Alleman
Product Manager

Josie is passionate about helping human services organizations use data to ensure that the work they are doing is truly making a difference in people’s lives. Applying her experience in human services as a case manager and QA manager as well as her many roles at technology companies for nonprofits, she has been instrumental in leveraging her knowledge to enhance ECM.

She holds a BA in Psychology and a Masters in Social Work and Public Policy from Ohio State University. Josie lives in Cleveland, Ohio with her family and cat.

Reserve your seat today! Register for A Data-Driven Approach to Tackling Homelessness Webinar here.