The Continuum of Care is not just a funding source, document, and network of services; it is also a planning process that is required of a community and region in order to receive funds for homeless services under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act
The Coalition's HMIS database allows partner providers to track clients, run reports, and stop duplication of services. Connect with other providers in the area and collaborate to stretch your funding dollars. To date the Chattanooga Homeless Coalition has over 130 providers and or agencies and programs on the Service Point HMIS database system.
Join us Thanksgiving morning for a Chattanooga tradition. People of all faiths and backgrounds come together to give thanks by walking, rolling and strolling to combat homelessness in the Chattanooga region
Become a Coalition member and have your voice heard in the yearly planning process to address homelessness in the region. Members also have access to monthly information and networking meetings and the opportunity to apply for Grateful Gobbler funds to provide services.
It is in the shelter of each other that the people live. -- Irish proverb