MDHI CoC Stakeholder Meeting May 2016
MDHI CoC Stakeholder Meeting May 2016
AHORA QUE PASA?
Milliner opening the meeting semi-annual stakeholder meeting
TOP TIER OF CoC’s
- SOLICIT INPUT
- RECOGNITION / NETWORKING
The meeting objectives working with the vulnerable
terming off who might that be
decisions this was always required to do Sr.
CoC cuts by HUD barriers for families
95% have cuts in tier 2 of all CoC’s across the US
amount of rent and scarcity paucity of places to live
housing navigators some of the families are already housed Marvin was asked by Lindi if they could stay in section 8?
Signy is speaking about arapahoe County they are reverse creaming the successful of those being housed.
Marvin is speaking at the moment.
Denver Housing Authority has been placing at the people at the top of the list of people receiving vouchers
DHA has not released any vouchers since January
PEOPLE who are living in their cars managers will not rent to them
A lot of people are choosing to live in a vehicle as opposed to a place
POINT IN TIME inconsistent coverage for counting people across the region
need a cadre of professionals to do this counting
people are not counted often because the definition excludes people
and then there is a the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS)
large shelters in this area have 400+ numbers
BOSTON USES a computer modular means to count people (No paper) immediate input of the #’s.
required to do these counts annually.
initial count of the people across the region expand the time to a week or more
HMIS no one has mentioned consistent for next 5 years the reporting and the responders 51 of 106
not simply take a report get information and help to answer their queries move beyond the data point
schools need a control it is a stand alone there is a data issue Ap for HMIS
down to provide it has to be when it is end of January we are not required to have a community wide report
PHC connected with the CONVENTION CENTER not likely
young people families not counted Chaffe and Hall from the University of Chicago POINT of TIME 21st and 22nd of JULY helping to provide a better data set
YOUTH ARE INVOLVED PAID FOR FOCUS GROUPS PAID TO CONDUCT THE COUNT 2508 944 720
only in county of Denver for this first count.
three major acts to include in the count to include the Department of Education and the diverse population
PRESS RELEASE California Representative how to determine a funding source
PRO RATA NEED: opening before June 21
NUMBERS ARE UP VETERANS ARE UP marijuana driven first and foremost.
IBM f to 6 weeks they will release a report proposed implementation concerns with ADSTEC recommend change vendors
1 vendor and 3 Coc’s ongoing conversation with all CoC’s
opportunity it is not easy looking forward to having a system that is able to work.
some places across the nation are working well with their vendors
I AM AMAZED That there are places that are working effectively
San Francisco PUT AN rfp for new vendors AP Associates has been asked to assist
IBM does not HUD rate these vendors there is no analysis of who is effective and not nationally.
BONE and Service Point?
User Group help moving forward. Process that we went through was thorough they met biweekly on all of this
input from a lot of different agencies did not coerce people to be involved they had everything done
coordinated entry no one knew what it would look like we did the best that we could
world of navigation and computer changes changing annually everything is a download from one data base to another. it is way different than 5 years ago. BOULDER COUNTY having a warehouse for keeping all of the data significant # of majors and Department of county leadership across the region how do we share all data dealing with services and poverty
great opportunity making connections HMIS system is critical for the community
Colorado Coalition for the Homeless do not have enough support staff and resources to do their job as the HMIS administrator
EXPAND COORDINATED ASSESSMENT AND HOUSING PLACEMENT SYSTEM < CAHPS >
PUBLIC BENEFIT ENROLLMENT
RESOURCES TO INCREASE LOCAL CAPACITY PEER NAVIGATOR PROJECT
16 MILLION UPWARD 23 MILLION DOLLARS
homeless preference for seniors arch diocese of Denver, Volunteers of America, low need people Senior SUPPORT Services88
no housing subsidy all supports
system performance how are we doing reaching the benchmarks
open comment period
adult able bodied adult without dependents
SNAP supplemental nutrition assistance Program
grocery store THE HUNGER FREE COLORADO extended exemptions
paucity of people who have come to this meeting less than the attendance as I recall the last time at the United Way
6 questions to write down a phrase to stick up on the parking lots