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Ending Youth Homelessness - Strategies for Increasing Community Support and Improving Your Ten Year Plan. (Kathy ten Brooke)

Ending Youth Homelessness - Strategies for Increasing Community Support and Improving Your Ten Year Plan. (Kathy ten Brooke)

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  • 1. The 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness in Minneapolis and Hennepin County Cathy ten Broeke, Judy Paul, Rich Wayman, Monica Nilsson
  • 2. Commission Members (70)
    • Faith Community Leaders
    • Business Leaders
    • Elected Officials
    • Government Officials
    • Service Providers
    • Philanthropic Leaders
    • People Experiencing Homelessness
  • 3. 100 Days!
    • Commission co-chaired by Mayor, City Council Member, County Commissioner, Faith Leader, and Business Leader
    • Commission – met 6 times
    • Committees were created (4):
    • -Families, Single Adults, Youth, and $
    • -Committees engaged many additional
    • people – experts in the field – and met much more frequently.
  • 4. Tasks to each committee
    • 1. Identify overall need
    • 2. Identify existing services
    • 3. Identify gaps
    • 4. Provide Commission with 2-3 recommendations in areas of:
        • -Prevention
        • -Housing
        • -Services
  • 5. Recommendations: Major Goals
    • Prevent Homelessness
    • Provide Coordinated Outreach
    • Develop Housing Opportunities
    • Improve Service Delivery
    • Build Capacity for Self-Support
    • Implement Systems Improvements
  • 6. Heading Home Hennepin’s Mission and Vision
    • Our vision is that by the year 2016, all people facing homelessness in Minneapolis and Hennepin County will have access to safe, decent, and affordable housing and the resources and supports needed to sustain it.
    • Our mission is to effectively end homelessness over the next decade.