The Greater Virginia Peninsula Homelessness Consortium (GVPHC) is a regional body comprised of six separate political jurisdictions: Newport News, Hampton, Poquoson, Williamsburg, James City County, and York County. This vigorous and collaborative entity is open to any and all agencies, programs, and individuals interested in working to prevent homelessness on the Virginia Peninsula.
Virginia Peninsula Mayors and Chairs Commission on Homelessness (COH)
The Commission on Homelessness was established by the Virginia Peninsula Mayors and Chairs to oversee a collaborative approach to develop the 10-Year Regional Plan to End Homelessness.
CoC Lead Agency - Hampton Department of Social Services
CoC Administrative Agency - The Planning Council
HMIS Lead Agency - The Planning Council
The mission of the GVPHC is to develop, sustain, and coordinate a comprehensive Continuum of Care for citizens at risk of, or experiencing, homelessness.
Continuum of Care Profile
Members in this consortium can be individuals or representatives from non - profits agencies, human services agencies, businesses, faith organizations, public agencies, or individuals from the community at-large who are committed to carrying out the mission of the consortium. Membership in this consortium will be updated continuously through an open registration process.
For more information about the GVPHC Continuum of Care. A recorded orientation on the consortium is available here.