Click on a link below to view the Refugee IDA Program Webisode. (Requires Quicktime)
Refugee IDA Program Webisode – English
Refugee IDA Program Webisode – Arabic
Refugee IDA Program Webisode – Burmese
Refugee IDA Program Webisode – Hakah
Recorded Webinar Trainings Available
These recorded webinars are being offered for the convenience of HMIS users. You can download and listen to these webinars at any time. Watching a recorded webinar does not count as having attended a live webinar, so you will still need to attend at least one live webinar annually. Most of these webinars have been streamlined to remove questions, breaks, and interactive elements to keep the file size as low as possible.
Please note that most of these files are very large and will take a while to download. For best results right-click on the link and choose "Save target as" (or "Save link as") to download the file to your computer and then play it when it's finished downloading.
Contact HMIS Help Desk Click Here at for any HMIS or ClientTrack related questions or concerns.
Short Webinars (Contact HMISHelpDesk@ihcdaonline.com for questions regarding webinars)
- Changing Intake Information
Click here to download. This short webinar discusses how to change intake information, including intake dates.
- Changing Discharge Information
Click here to download. This short webinar discusses how to change discharge information and how to undo a discharge.
- Editing Client Information
Click here to download. This short webinar explains how to edit existing client information inside ClientTrack.
- During Enrollment Assessment
Click here to download. This short webinar explains how to complete a during program enrollment assessment.
Real Estate Department
On Demand Trainings
Tips for Submitting the RHTC Final Application
IHCDA Online Reporting Training
CDBG-D Wx/OOR Compliance
HOME Compliance Training
CDBG Compliance Training
Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) Certification - How to Become an IHCDA CHDO
Labor Standards (Davis Bacon Act) Pre Construction Guidance for Contractors
Addressing Tenant Complaints and Misconceptions