10 Year Plans - U.S.
10 Year Plans - U.S.
Mayor Goodman and the City Council adopted the Home for Homeless Nevadans: 10 Year Plan to Reduce Homelessness in March 2006. The overall objective of the plan is to prevent and/or reduce the incidences and length of homelessness among individuals, unaccompanied youth and families living in the city of Las Vegas. This plan serves two purposes: 1) to outline...
The Street is No Place to Live: Ten Year Plan to End Chronic Homelessness and Reduce Homelessness in the Cape Fear Region
The Ten Year Plan focuses on two major goals: Goal 1: Provide prevention and supportive services to prevent persons from becoming homeless and enable those who are homeless to move into and remain in a stable housing situation and maximize their self-sufficiency. Goal 2: Provide Permanent Housing for Homeless Individuals and Families. (Steering Committee)
Project GRACE:The Gainesville/Alachua County 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness Addressing Health Care in 10-Year Plans to End Homelessness
The causes of homelessness are complex, yet reoccurring themes that emerge are: poverty, lack of affordable housing and need for services. According to the most recent point-in-time survey conducted by the Alachua County Coalition for the Homeless and Hungry, the primary causes of homelessness were:unemployment, income that doe snot meet basic needs,...
List of 10-Year Plan Communities, United States Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH) City and County 10- Year Plan Update
USICH supports and encourages the development of local 10-year plans to end chronic homelessness. Fifty-three governors had made such a commitment by 2006. This undated document lists 10-year plan communities.
This interactive spreadsheet serves as a database of the 234 Plans that have been collected by the Alliance. The initial view shows all plans sorted by state and place, but you can click on the tabs below the spreadsheet to select sheets with a subset of plans (e.g. Chronic Plans or State & Regional Plans). (Authors)
This is a ten year plan to end homelessness in San Francisco. The plan makes recommendations for the housing-first model, employment assistance, permanent supportive housing, phasing down shelters and transitional housing, a new service delivery model, nutrient support, and prevention and intervention innovations. The coordination of city resources and...