How can you help end homelessness in Ramsey County?
Neither the private sector nor the public sector alone can end homelessness. Many organizations and initiatives rely on volunteers to make services possible. Volunteer to serve as a member of the Heading Home Ramsey Governing Board.
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Join a Comittee to become a part of the work we do.
To see Organizational Chart for HHR Committees click here.
Coordinated Entry for Everyone (CEE)
Charged with building an effective Coordinated Entry system for all populations including youth, families, single adults and making certain CE works effectively with landlords and housing/service providers. CEE Sub-committees work to develop a comprehensive financing plan, a communications plan, and a HMIS data sharing plan.
Family Homeless Prevention and Assistance Program (FHPAP)
The Family Homeless Prevention and Assistance Program (FHPAP) is a state funded program providing supportive services and direct assstance for homelessness and at risk individuals and families.
Expanding Housing Opportunities (EHO)
Bringing together landlords, developers and other interested parties with those who advocate for people in crisis.
Outreach and Engagement
Charged with creating visibility and recognition of the existence and structure of the COC & CE through public presentations, web communications and provider/community/business relations.
Data and Evaluation
Charged with ascertaining good data input and analysis practices and holding providers accountable to the data they provide.
Youth Action Team
Working together to ensure that the voices of youth experiencing homelessness in Ramsey County are heard and reponded to. Youth-service providers meet monthly to strategize responses to the needs and issues facing homeless youth.
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