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Today, we joined Zero: 2016 implementation partner OrgCode in rolling out Version 2 of the VI-SPDAT, as well as Version 2 of the F-VI-SPDAT. After a rigorous feedback cycle, research and testing, this next evolution of the tools provides meaningful improvements to assist single adults and families experiencing homelessness and service providers in communities around the globe. 


About the VI-SPDAT Update:

Submitted by Adam Gibbs on

Earlier this month, we touched on the idea of using data for improvement in order to make meaningful, informed adjustments. This is the way of change agents and the most serious problem solvers across industries, from healthcare to education to business. But it isn’t a new or novel approach. In fact, many of us are likely already making adjustments and improvements that are based on data analysis.

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Ending homelessness is about breaking down barriers. Nothing should stand in the way of providing our neighbors experiencing homelessness with the dignity and necessity of a home. Through Zero: 2016, we’re committed to working with communities to break down any barriers that may stand in the way of meeting our goal and ending veteran and chronic homelessness in the next two years.


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