The Kings/Tulare Homeless Alliance is a consortium of partners that includes homeless service providers, advocacy groups, government agencies and homeless individuals who are working together to address the housing and support service needs of the homeless in this region of the San Joaquin Valley.
The issues associated with the homeless can be complicated. Solutions to resolve these problems require considerable time, energy and financial resources. If you wish to contribute your time and talents to this effort and have a common vision of providing housing and support services to the homeless, we welcome your support.
The System and Program Level Indicator Report evaluates system and program level performance using the Continuum’s established performance standards. The report includes programs funded through the Continuum of Care program, Emergency Solutions Grant, Supportive Services for Veteran Families, as well as programs that voluntarily participate in the Kings/Tulare Homeless Management Information System (KTHMIS). Evaluation of these programs is based on performance standards established by the Continuum and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
By setting performance standards that measure bed utilization, length of stay, income, housing outcomes, and recidivism, the Continuum is able to monitor the success of each provider and system as a whole.
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In the ten years of the Northern California/Central Valley Homeless Roundtable, we have often struggled to find a location that meets everyone's needs. Norther California and Central Valley is a big place! In this vein, we will be hosting a separate meeting for the Central Valley CoCs on October 3, 2014 in Merced, to make attendance possible for more people from the southern end of the Roundtable's membership.
For now, this is a one-time meeting to gauge interest and possibility, and we wanted to make sure to get it on your calendars if it is something you'd be interested in attending.
Merced City Hall, Sam Pipes Room
678 W. 18th Street
Friday, October 3, 2014
An opportunity for networking, information sharing, and training with CoCs, homeless housing and service providers, and other stakeholders ending homelessness in the Central Valley. Please plan to attend!