Ending Homelessness Partner Update
Real People ~ Real Results
During July, 18 families and 61 single adults who were
homeless moved into permanent housing from emergency
shelters and transitional housing programs. >>
Fairfax Community Connections Highlights Ways to Get
The Fairfax–Falls Church Community Partnership to Prevent
and End Homelessness is partnering with the Fairfax County
Chamber of Commerce to host Jeans Day 2011 on Friday, October
21, which will be an exciting Community Connections
opportunity for the Chamber's corporate members.
HUD Announces Continuum of Care Grant Process
On Aug. 28, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development (HUD) released the Notice of Funding Availability
(NOFA) for the annual HUD Continuum of Care (CoC) Homeless
Assistance grant process. The community process and all
grant projects will need to be completed and submitted online
to HUD before Oct. 28.
Department of Family Services Avidly Supports 10-Year Plan
Consistent with the Housing Opportunities Support Teams
(HOST) model, the Department of of Family Services has been
actively engaged in improving collaborative efforts to
serve the homeless community.
Housing Locator Network Welcomes Scott Pitts
Scott Pitts has recently joined the
Good Shepherd Housing and Family Services team to
coordinate the Housing Locator Network, which helps
homeless and near-homeless persons throughout the
Fairfax-Falls Church community locate stable affordable
housing in the community.
Upcoming Trainings and Meetings
HMIS trainings scheduled for September. >>
Regional HOST meetings on homelessness. >>
September 14, 2011
- Prepared by the Fairfax County Office to
Prevent and End Homelessness and the Fairfax County Office of Public
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