Managing to Housing Outcomes

Strengthen families and communities with Housing Case Management Software

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ETO® SOFTWARE for Housing is a performance management solution that supports services to families, homeless populations, and communities. Read More...

Use ETO for Housing to support shelters, supportive housing, case management for residents’ self-sufficiency, and comprehensive neighborhood revitalization. Make sure your programs are delivered as designed across staff, sites, and over time, and improve individual, family, neighborhood, and city-level outcomes.

Collaborate across partner agencies, collect uniform data, share information, report on progress in the aggregate, and meet compliance needs and reporting requirements more efficiently. Share data with all stakeholders regularly, impress them with your success, and secure their long-term support. Agencies supported by ETO software have been awarded competitive funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Choice Neighborhoods program and Continuum of Care (CoC) program, as well as the Department of Education (ED) Promise Neighborhoods program, the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) Social Innovation Fund, and state Pay for Success contracts. This includes agencies receiving funding that requires the use of a Homeless Management information System (HMIS).

The flexibility of ETO software meets the needs of individual nonprofits, neighborhood revitalization partnerships, cities, counties, and states. We meet you where you are, and as your organization scales and evolves to have more complex data needs, you can – on your own – modify your system to meet them or access our expert consultants for support. ETO grows with you.

We’re really digging in [to ETO] and finding that it provides the information we need to make decisions, to evaluate, to see outcomes, and to measure performance. That’s the power we wanted.

Cindy Crain, Executive Director
Tarrant County Homeless Coalition