Looking up and updating published resources
Resources made available through applications are either submitted by general public users for publication consideration or have been added by the Data Team which conducts asset mapping activities throughout the U.S. See Data Sources to learn more.
In an on-going effort to verify resource data, we reference a number of public data sources and work to create formal partnerships with a variety of institutions and organizations within the field. Data partners represent leading authorities in the field who collaborate to manage specific datasets made available to the application. In some case, this involves directly importing data that the partner has certified. In other cases, this involves having partners review specific resources that are submitted for publication by the general public.
We do rely on the general public and community/organizational leaders to assist in the updating or correcting of published resource information. To see if a resource is published and verify that the resource information is accurate, you can lookup any published resource record and conduct a Resource record review. Using the presented search bar, enter the name of a resource (organization, program, service, or group) and then select Review record. From there, you can use the form to submit any comments or changes that may be needed or suggested.
The submitted review form will be sent to the Data Team and you will be notified when updates are complete.
You can also select Provide feedback, available on each resource page, to access the Record review form and provide us any information that you think needs to be updated or corrected. Submitted feedback is reviewed by the Data Team for updating or removal decisions.