National Center on Family Homelessness Funding & Partnership Opportunity
Community Collaborative for Change
The National Center on Family Homelessness is creating the Community Collaborative for Change, a network of community and faith-based organizations in Boston's "inner core region"** that serve individuals and/or families who are homeless or at-risk of experiencing homelessness. Agencies will be selected to participate in the Community Collaborative for Change by demonstrating a strong commitment to building their capacity to improve the outcomes for their clients, their agencies and their communities. The benefits to participation in the Community Collaborative for Change include:
The National Center on Family Homelessness is actively seeking applicants to participate in this new capacity-building network. To read the full announcement and download the application, please go to: http://www.familyhomelessness.org/node/62. For more information, contact:
Director, Campaign to End Child Homelessness
The National Center on Family Homelessness
Boston's Rapid Response Roundtable was a rousing success! To everyone that came - thanks for your participation. We hope to reconvene via conference call very soon. In the interim, we hope to turn your attention to some resources that were posted in the conference materials section of this Community of Practice. Of course, first you have to become member and please join our community.
Some material highlights are Minnesota's "scannable" survey, Maine's transition guide, and the self-assessment tool (we encourage you to try this at home and comment about it, when you have on this post or start a discussion thread!).
Of course, please call on us if you need help accessing any of the documents. Have suggestions for other resources. Please upload them yourself or simply call and ask for help.
Thanks again for your participation and engery. More materials and conversation to come...
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