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File #: 20-108    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Agendas Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 2/3/2020 In control: Board of Aldermen
On agenda: 2/11/2020 Final action:
Title: Orange County Partnership to End Homelessness 2019 Activities Report PURPOSE: The purpose of this agenda item is to update the Town Council on the activities of the OCPEH and also review an update to the homeless service system gaps analysis.
Attachments: 1. Attachment A 2019 OCPEH REPORT, 2. Attachment B 2019 HOMELESS INFOGRAPHIC, 3. Attachment C HOMELESS SYSTEM GAPS ANALYSIS
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Orange County Partnership to End Homelessness 2019 Activities Report

PURPOSE:  The purpose of this agenda item is to update the Town Council on the activities of the OCPEH and also review an update to the homeless service system gaps analysis.

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DEPARTMENT: Housing and Community Services and Orange County Partnership to End Homelessness

 

CONTACT INFORMATION: Rebecca Buzzard, Housing and Community Services Director, 919-918-7438, & Corey Root, Homeless Programs Coordinator, 919-245-2496

 

INFORMATION: The Orange County Partnership to End Homelessness was created in 2008 to coordinate funding and activities to end homelessness in Orange County.  OCPEH is jointly funded by the Towns of Carrboro (15%), Chapel Hill (41%), and Hillsborough (5%) and Orange County (39%).  The Town’s FY19-20 funding through the Affordable Housing Special Revenue Fund is $35,232.

 

Orange County Partnership to End Homelessness Coordinator Corey Root will provide a presentation at the meeting and present the homeless service system gaps analysis.  The 2019 OCPEH report can be found in Attachment A.  2019 homeless data is included as Attachment B, and the Homeless System Gaps Analysis is included in Attachment C.

 

FISCAL & STAFF IMPACT: None at this time.  OCPEH will make a request to the Town Council for FY20-21 funding at a later date.

 

RECOMMENDATION:r Staff recommends the Council receive the report.