The Coalition Continuum of Care represents many community stakeholders in carrying out the mission of leading the community in finding solutions for preventing and ending homelessness. To facilitate effective execution […]
The Executive Committee of the Steering Council is made up of the four officers plus a minimum of one other Steering Council member.
Action Boards are established to ensure that the effort to end homelessness in Kent County incorporates the expertise of people at risk of becoming homeless or are formerly homeless. The […]
The primary role of the Coordinated Entry Committee is to provide oversight and review to the Coordinated Entry System for households experiencing homelessness to be served by both temporary and […]
The Data Analysis Committee is responsible for the regular review of multi-level data to evaluate system-level progress toward ending homelessness. The work of this committee informs the work of […]
This committee meets quarterly to discuss maintaining functional zero for veteran homelessness in Kent County.
Overarching Goals of the Family Functional Zero Committee Ensure family homelessness is rare, brief, non-recurring for Kent County residents. There is a coordinated community response in addressing the needs of […]
The Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) is a tool for the community and HUD to develop better information on the nature of homelessness, the number of people experiencing homelessness, the […]
The Nominating Committee is responsible for proposing election or re-election of the sixteen rotating seats of Steering Council members whose terms are coming to an end or to fill positions […]
The CoC Youth Committee is committed to ending youth homelessness. By identifying youth that experience homelessness, service providers can ensure that our Coordinated Entry is in place for quick linkage […]