Homeless Service Locator is a configuration of Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS that can be used by the general public and engaged organizations to locate facilities providing homeless services to individuals or families.
The Homeless Service Locator application is typically used by the homeless and households at risk of becoming homeless to find local agencies offering services including food assistance, emergency shelter, housing assistance, health services, and life and work skill training. The application can also be used by organizations to promote opportunities in the community where volunteers can donate their time, knowledge, or food and supplies to assist the homeless.
To deploy Homeless Service Locator with the ArcGIS Solutions Deployment Tool requires specific software.
To manually deploy Homeless Service Locator in your organization requires specific software.
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Homeless Service Locator can be deployed in your ArcGIS organization without downloading the solution. When you deploy Homeless Service Locator in your organization, you'll find the following:
|Application||Homeless Service Locator||An application used by the general public and engaged organizations to locate homeless services in a community.|
|Map||Homeless Service Locator||A map used in the Homeless Service Locator application to locate homeless services in a community.|
|Feature layers||HealthFacilities||A feature layer used to store drug treatment, metal health, health and human services, homeless, and alternative medicine facilities.|
|HealthFacilities_public||A public feature layer view used to share drug treatment, mental health, homelessness, and other health and human services facilities.|
Below are the release dates and notes for Homeless Service Locator.