Hampden County
Continuum of Care
Ending homelessness,
one person at a time
Housing
Income
Social
Support
Springfield Homeless Individuals and Supportive
Housing Units, at January point-in-time count
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
200...
Homeless Families in Motels,
Hampden County, 2012-2013
Springfield
CoC
Hampden
County CoC
• Collaborate system
responding to
homelessness
• HUD grant funding --
2013 $3.2 million
• Our CoC funds:
– 186 units perm...
HEARTH ACT CoC REQUIREMENTS
• Open diverse membership
• Advertised at least annually
• Governance Agreement
• HMIS Governa...
GOVERNANCE CHARTER
• Open membership, semi-annual meetings of
full membership
• Leadership by Board of Directors
• Officer...
Proposed GOVERNANCE CHARTER
AMENDMENTS
• Initial officers elected by Board members at
first Board meeting; ratified by ful...
HMIS GOVERNANCE CHARTER
• Designates our HMIS system as ETO Social
Solutions
• Designates City of Springfield as HMIS Lead...
HAMPDEN COUNTY COC
Board of Directors
Schedule of Meetings
Committees and Workgroups
2013 Funding Round
• HUD will release Notice of Funding Availability
• CoC will create and release a Request for
Proposals...
Emergency
Shelter
beds, 916
Transitional
Housing
beds, 245
Permanent
Supportive
Housing
beds, 779
Existing Hampden County ...
Greatest Unmet Needs
• Permanent Supportive Housing Units
– 217 family units
– 175 individual units
• Rapid Rehousing Assi...
Thank you
Hampden County Continuum of Care
Hampden County CoC, September 13, 2013
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Hampden County CoC, September 13, 2013

  1. 1. Hampden County Continuum of Care
  2. 2. Ending homelessness, one person at a time Housing Income Social Support
  3. 3. Springfield Homeless Individuals and Supportive Housing Units, at January point-in-time count 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Homeless Individuals Unsheltered Homeless Permanent Supportive Housing Units
  4. 4. Homeless Families in Motels, Hampden County, 2012-2013
  5. 5. Springfield CoC Hampden County CoC
  6. 6. • Collaborate system responding to homelessness • HUD grant funding -- 2013 $3.2 million • Our CoC funds: – 186 units permanent supportive housing (PSH) – 72 units transitional housing (TH) – 14 agencies Hampden County Continuum of Care
  7. 7. HEARTH ACT CoC REQUIREMENTS • Open diverse membership • Advertised at least annually • Governance Agreement • HMIS Governance Agreement • Governed by a Board of Directors
  8. 8. GOVERNANCE CHARTER • Open membership, semi-annual meetings of full membership • Leadership by Board of Directors • Officers • Committees and Workgroups • HMIS designation • Code of Conduct, Conflict of Interest
  9. 9. Proposed GOVERNANCE CHARTER AMENDMENTS • Initial officers elected by Board members at first Board meeting; ratified by full membership at March 2014 CoC meeting • Temporary Chair/Vice Chair/Secretary: – Gerry McCafferty, Chair – Pamela Schwartz, Vice Chair – Jerry Ray, Secretary • Additional CoC-Network Committee: – Veterans Services
  10. 10. HMIS GOVERNANCE CHARTER • Designates our HMIS system as ETO Social Solutions • Designates City of Springfield as HMIS Lead • Relationship between and responsibilities of the HMIS Lead, the HMIS-Data Committee, and contributing HMIS organizations • Requires creation of privacy, security, and quality plans
  11. 11. HAMPDEN COUNTY COC Board of Directors Schedule of Meetings Committees and Workgroups
  12. 12. 2013 Funding Round • HUD will release Notice of Funding Availability • CoC will create and release a Request for Proposals • Proposals will be reviewed by a committee made up of non-applicants • Projects chosen will be submitted by the CoC to HUD • CoC Application Committee will review existing projects to determine whether they will be submitted for review
  13. 13. Emergency Shelter beds, 916 Transitional Housing beds, 245 Permanent Supportive Housing beds, 779 Existing Hampden County Homeless Response Housing Resources
  14. 14. Greatest Unmet Needs • Permanent Supportive Housing Units – 217 family units – 175 individual units • Rapid Rehousing Assistance
  15. 15. Thank you Hampden County Continuum of Care
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