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Resources by Topic: Continuums of Care (CoC)

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CoC Organization and Planning Processes Definition
Continuums of Care (CoC) Definition


CoC Organization and Planning Processes
  Resource Title  Date Completed   Abstract
HUD icon Building Effective Coalitions  Jun 2009 The guidebook is designed to help CoCs that have formed coalitions with homeless service providers, but still have not successfully involved organizations beyond the homeless.... More
HUD icon Continuum of Care 101  Jun 2009 This guidebook provides an overview of the CoC homeless assistance system. It covers what a CoC is, why it is important, and how a system is organized and includes program res.... More
HUD icon Directory of Disaster Response and Recovery Resources  Jun 2009 The goals of the Directory are to: Provide Continuums of Care (CoC) a guide to the development of disaster/emergency preparedness. Help CoCs better understand the disaster/em.... More
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Continuums of Care (CoC)
  Resource Title  Date Completed   Abstract
HUD icon HUD Homelessness Data Exchange (HDX)   The Homelessness Data Exchange is an on-line tool designed to allow Homeless Continuums of Care to submit data to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for the.... More
HUD icon HMIS Cash Match Calculator  Dec 2010 This tool is designed to help all Applicants who are requesting funds under the homeless assistance competition for HMIS to determine the correct cash match amount. The match.... More
HUD icon Operations Cash Match Calculator  Dec 2010 This tool is designed to help all Applicants who are requesting funds under the homeless assistance competition for project operations to determine the correct cash match amou.... More
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