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SNH CoC Working Groups

Working Groups are established to address mandates and/or topics of critical importance to the SNH CoC and specifically referenced in the the HEARTH Act. Working Groups are ongoing in nature and made up of SNH CoC Board members, staff from local jurisdictions and CoC members representing sub-populations.

Evaluation

The Evaluation Working Group is charged with leading efforts as it relates to funding priorities, collaborative application processes, RFPs and evaluations associated with homeless efforts and ESG coordination.

For information about upcoming meetings, visit the Community Calendar.

Planning

The Planning Working Group is charged with leading efforts as it relates to system coordination, annual Point in Time count, gaps analysis, consolidated plan, discharge planning, governance structure updates, alignment and capacity building, coordinated intake and youth.

For information about upcoming meetings, visit the Community Calendar.

HMIS

The HMIS Working Group is charged with leading efforts as it relates to the designation of the HMIS Lead, designation of HMIS Administrators, oversight of operations, and ensuring HMIS compliance and reporting.

For information about upcoming meetings, visit the Community Calendar.

Monitoring

The Monitoring Working Group is charged with leading efforts as it relates to performance measures (e.g. baseline of system bed availability/capacity (filled) — broken down by type in order to monitor success/performance; monitoring the queue in relation to coordinated intake; and impact of outreach efforts).

For information about upcoming meetings, visit the Community Calendar.

Community Engagement

The Community Engagement Working Group is charged with leading efforts as it relates to coordinated messaging and all media outlets, outreach, inventory of Community Partners, public services announcements, educational materials and website content.

For information about upcoming meetings, visit the Community Calendar.