Meet some of our highly successful collaborative initiatives who are affecting change across the country with our software systems.


Calgary Homeless Foundation

A home is a precious thing many of us take for granted. Since 1998, the Calgary Homeless Foundation (CHF) has worked to reduce homelessness in their city.

The Community Partnership for Prevention of Homeless

The Community Partnership is an independent, non-profit corporation that coordinates the District of Columbia’s Continuum of Care on behalf of the city. Through the work of our providers, the D.C. Continuum of Care includes prevention services, street outreach efforts, emergency shelter, transitional housing and permanent supportive housing for individuals and families.

Consumer Health Insurance Marketplace Enrollment (CHIMES)

United Way of Tarrant County, along with other partner agencies in Texas—collectively the CHIMES Consortium—received a federal grant in August 2013 to help explain the upcoming Health Insurance Marketplace (offered as part of the Affordable Care Act) to Texans.

Michigan State Housing Development Authority

The Michigan State Housing Development Authority's (MSHDA) mission is to enhance Michigan's economic and social health through housing and community development activities. MSHDA invests in people and places in order to build a strong and vibrant Michigan. We forge creative and collaborative partnerships, share knowledge and target resources to improve quality of life.

Portland Housing Bureau

The Portland Housing Bureau (PHB) is charged with making sure all residents have safe, stable homes. We are guided in our work by three core goals: ending homelessness, increasing the availability of rental housing and promoting stable homeownership. We're focused on eliminating racial and cultural barriers to housing.


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