Conducts the business of the Coalition, proposes general policies and guidance, including adaptation of Bylaws, and ensures subcommittees are meeting project requirements.
Chair: Michael Coffman
First Vice-Chair: Marti Chick-Ebey
Second Vice-Chair: Lisa Dixon
Meeting Schedule: Bi-monthly on the 2nd Wednesday @ 2:00 p.m.
Location: South Norfolk Library
801 Poindexter Street, Suite 111
Singles Service Coordination Committee
Works to address the needs of homeless individuals requiring a multitude of services through increased coordination among housing providers and systems of care, focusing on shelter exits and securing permanent housing placements for clients, as well as providing wrap around services for clients who cannot immediately access housing.
Chairs: John Guglielmino and Carolsue McGehee
Meeting Schedule: Bi-weekly, Wednesdays @ 9:00 a.m.
Families Service Coordination Committee
Works to address the needs of homeless families requiring a multitude of services through increased coordination among housing providers and systems of care, monitoring and facilitating the movement of families off of the shelter waiting list and into shelter or permanent housing placements by utilizing targeted referrals.
Chairs: Heather Barker and Nathan Ruckman
Meeting Schedule: Weekly, Tuesdays @ 12:00 noon
Program Monitoring Committee
Provides year-round monitoring of funded homeless projects and ensures all adhere to funding requirements, informs providers of submission requirements, coordinates an unbiased review panel to prioritize annual projects and funding, and ensures that providers meet the established Standards of Care.
Chairs: Stacie Walls and Kristen Pine
Meeting Schedule: 4th Wednesday of every month @ 12:30 noon
Location: The Planning Council
2551 Eltham Avenue, Suite I
Norfolk, VA 23513
HMIS Committee/User Group
A platform for continued learning and training related to the use of the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS). Ensures that HMIS end users adhere to the Hampton Roads HMIS Policies and Procedures and data collection requirements as outlined in the HUD HMIS Data Standards and other federal partner program manuals. Provides guidance on the implementation of the Hampton Roads HMIS Policies and Procedures and the CoC's adopted Data Quality Plan. Reviews data quality reports on a quarterly basis and focuses efforts on continuously improving data quality. Open to all HMIS end users and Victim Service Provider Agencies utilizing a comparable database.
Meeting Schedule: Quarterly, on the 2nd Tuesday of the month (March, June, Sept, Dec) @ 10:00 a.m.
Location: See HMIS Events Calendar for details
HMIS Steering Committee
A workgroup designed to provide strategic guidance and feedback to the HMIS Lead Agency as we seek to reach the following goals: