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Resources by Topic: Coordination with Mainstream Systems

Tools and resources designed to help managers of homeless prevention programs build more effective collaborations with mainstream programs/systems. Collaboration is encouraged to identify individuals and families in mainstream systems that are unstably housed before they literally become homeless, as well as to connect clients accessing prevention assistance with other needed benefits and services in the community.

  Resource Title Date Completed Abstract
Other Federal icon Rural Homelessness: Better Collaboration by HHS and HUD Could Improve Delivery of Services in Rural Areas Jul 2010 This report provides information about rural homelessness issues, based in significant part on work in rural areas within six selected states. Specifically, the report address....  More
Peer-to-Peer icon Connecting HUD’s HPRP Program with Mainstream Workforce Programs Jul 2009 This paper explores the role of employment services in preventing homelessness and in rapidly returning homeless individuals and families to housing stability. The paper also....  More
HUD icon Matrix of Programs Funded under ARRA Mar 2009 This matrix provides a summary of all programs funded under the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act. HPRP grantees should review this list to identify additional programs an....  More
Non-Governmental Organization icon Holes in the Safety Net: Mainstream Systems and Homelessness Feb 2003 This report presents research and insights about how mainstream systems--publicly funded systems that serve low-income people--can be improved to better serve those eligible f....  More
Non-Governmental Organization icon Using TANF Funds for Housing-Related Benefits to Prevent Homelessness Apr 2001 Under the final regulations for the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families block grant program (TANF), states and counties may use federal TANF funds for homeless prevention m....  More
Other Federal icon Benefits.gov: Your Benefits Connection Benefits.gov (formerly Govbenefits.gov) is a website developed by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) in partnership with other Federal agencies that provides informatio....  More
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Peer-to-Peer icon Emergency Fund Partnership Criteria When developing a new partnership, it is important that all the program and the potential partners are clear, honest, and realistic about allotment expectations, service capab....  More
Peer-to-Peer icon Examples of Collaboration Between Schools and Housing Assistance Agencies This resource provides examples of several communities where schools are working with housing assistance agencies to prevent homelessness and/or re-house and stabilize familie....  More
Peer-to-Peer icon Madison County Community Development Resource Listings The Madison County Community Development Resource Listings guide provides a wide range of services and contact information from housing/rental assistance and health care servi....  More
Peer-to-Peer icon Minneapolis Public Schools Homeless Youth Identification Form and Procedures This tool is used by the Minneapolis Public School system to help identify homeless youth/families within their school system.   More
Peer-to-Peer icon Minneapolis Public Schools Homeless Youth Self-Identification Form and Instructions This tool is used by the Minneapolis Public School system to improve outreach to and identification of homeless youth/families within their school system.   More
Peer-to-Peer icon Minneapolis Public Schools Release of Information Form - Family This release of information form is used by the Minneapolis Public School system to obtain permission from homeless and at-risk families to share their information with other....  More
Peer-to-Peer icon Minneapolis Public Schools Release of Information Form - Youth This release of information form is used by the Minneapolis Public School system to obtain permission from homeless youth to share their information with other service provide....  More
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