The purpose of the survey is to help us to better understand community progress related to ending Veteran homelessness and the development of sustainable systems. The information gathered as a part of this survey will help the VA—along with HUD and the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH)—tailor training and technical assistance so that it more effectively addresses local needs. Responses should be inclusive of the perspectives of the CoC (or the CoC’s official representative in cases where the Veteran Work Group/Subcommittee has been designated by the CoC to respond), Veteran Work Groups/Subcommittees, the VA Medical Center(s) homeless leadership covering the CoC, SSVF grantees, GPD grantees, and other Community Partners.
All SSVF grantees have been called to action and are required to develop community-based plans in order to leverage resources and community support in the fight against Veteran homelessness. These plans are completed with the wider Continuums of Care and may compliment and tie into existing community plans. Below are the links to different community plans that have been developed by SSVF grantees.
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