Annual PIT Count
The Annual PIT data is available
2021 CoC Program Competition:
Eight projects were submitted to the CoC for consideration by the deadline. The Rating and Ranking Subcommittee of the CoC accepted 7 projects.
Housing Match – Options for Helping Residents of Ashland
Home at Last – Options for Helping Residents of Ashland
Transition Project – Rogue Retreat
Domestic Violence Renewal Project – Community Works
New Domestic Violence Bonus Project – Community Works
SSO-Coordinated Entry Services – Jackson County Continuum of Care
HMIS Project – Jackson County Continuum of Care
2021 CoC Program Competition:
Eight projects were submitted to the CoC for consideration by the deadline. The Rating and Ranking Subcommittee of the CoC accepted 7 projects. One project was rejected.
Woodrow Pines – ACCESS
September 16th 2021
How to apply for the HUD 2021 Continuum of Care Competition
The Jackson County Continuum of Care announces the competition for the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funding as outlined in HUD’s FY 2021 Continuum of Care Notice of Funding Opportunity.
All projects, both first-time submissions and renewals, must complete pre-application materials and submit them to the Jackson County Continuum of Care by 5 pm on October 11, 2021.
September 10th 2019
What Homeless Families Need To Know
Homeless and in need of educational services for your children? Children in homeless situations have the right to education under the McKinney-Vento Act. Please click on these links for information provided by Maslow Project, the local liaison for McKinney-Vento.
POINT IN TIME
COUNT – January 25, 2021
Every year in January, the Jackson County Continuum of Care conducts the Point in Time Count (PIT). This count attempts to collect information on people who are residing in emergency shelters or transitional housing programs as well as those who are living in vehicles, tents or other places not meant for human habitation. The purpose of the count is to provide a snapshot of homelessness in Jackson County, connect those experiencing homelessness to area resources and support services, and to identify and rectify barriers to housing and services.
The official night of this year’s count for Jackson County is Monday, January 25. Teams of volunteers will survey individuals on the street, in camps and in their vehicles. Surveys will also be completed at various sites, such as social service agencies and food pantries from January 25 through January 31.
Staff from homeless assistance agencies and other community volunteers conduct a street count of the unsheltered population and collect data on the homeless population living in emergency shelters and transitional housing.
Along with the total number of sheltered and unsheltered homeless persons, information is gathered on a wide range of characteristics such as the age, gender, race, ethnicity, veteran status and disability status of those experiencing homelessness.
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