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  • HEADING HOME HENNEPIN ANNUAL MEETING-YEAR 8 OCTOBER 2, 2014
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  • The cause of homelessness is lack of housing. -Jonathan Kozol Without housing, nothing else works. Martha Burt
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  • AGENDA Welcome Commissioner Jan Callision Progress on the 10 year plan Breakout session 1: Coordinated Assessment, Veterans, Stable Families, Visioning Breakout session 2: FHPAP, HMIS, GRH and Olmstead, Visioning
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  • TEN-YEAR PLAN PreventionOutreachHousing DevelopmentService DeliverySelf-SufficiencySystems Improvements Expand FHPAPStreet Outreach 5000 new housing opportunities Connect people to services to escape homelessness Connect homeless adults with living wage jobs, education, training Improve effectiveness of shelter system Discharge from systems Medical outreach and access to primary care and mh services Promote housing along transit Connect homeless and at-risk youth to education, training, employment Improve collaboration among family providers Conflict resolution Youth outreach in suburban schools Develop good landlord relationships Enhanced financial literacy Enhance truancy interventions for youth Prevent refugee homelessness Increase supports for families in their neighborhoods Ensure eligible people get EITC and WFC Enhance cultural competency across the system Increase housing supports for youth Increase access to transportation Increased access to financial assistance for youth Expand rapid rehousing Collaborate with federal, state, and metro-wide efforts Track housing vacancies Recommend state and federal legislative agendas Reduce regulatory barriers to housing development Develop a system to track and evaluate progress on the plan
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  • SHELTER USE
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  • HOUSING ACHIEVED VS GOAL
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  • ECONOMIC INDICATORS Unemployment declining: 4.2% in July 2014, lowest rate since 2008 Foreclosures declining: 2,596 foreclosures in 2013, lowest number since 2005 Rental vacancy rate rising: 3.5% in Mpls, 2.6% metro Monthly rents rising slowly: $807 for studio, $1449 for 2 bedroom apartment in MInneapolis Racial disparities increasing
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  • SLIDE ON RACIAL EQUITY - MIKKEL
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  • PREVENTION Most recent work: Coordinating with state plan around discharge from prison/institutional settings Still to do: Expand Homeless Calendar in the Court System Make prevention part of coordinated assessment system
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  • OUTREACH Most recent work: Still to do: MNsure outreach program for shelters Support the KOLA Program Veterans roster
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  • HOUSING Most recent work: Youth shelter and housing moving forward in suburbs Still to do: More youth and family housing
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  • SERVICE DELIVERY Most recent work: First phase of Coordinated Assessment Expansion of PHC model in community Still to do: Coordinated Assessment inventory map of available services and no wrong door
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  • SELF SUPPORT Most recent work: Additional employment services for MFIP families in shelter for second time Increase in state minimum wage! Still to do: More job training opportunities for youth
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  • SYSTEMS IMPROVEMENTS Most recent work: Adult and family shelter groups meet regularly to align policies and services, SASN, Coordinated Assessment Still to do: Implementation of all aspects of Coordinated Assessment to align system
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  • HIGHLIGHTS OF LAST YEAR Top 51 project completed, some funding continued Launched Stable Families Initiative Began alignment for Coordinated Assessment Passageways Emergency Shelter and Housing opened for trafficked youth 12 bed shelter for homeless youth in development in Brooklyn Park 39 studio apartments being developed in Edina for homeless youth
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  • FOCUS OF HHH FOR NEXT TWO YEARS Implementation of Coordinated Assessment Housing development Especially for families DT2025 goal of ending street homelessness
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  • FOCUS OF HHH FOR NEXT TWO YEARS Align with state plan to prevent & end homelessness Support Suburban strategies to end homelessness Youth housing, shelter and services Convene Housing Pipeline group Address rising shelter use by Seniors
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  • NEW, EMERGING WORK FOR: Community organizing MN Coalition for the Homeless Heidi Johnson McAllister Families Janine Wenholz Singles Brian Bozeman or Crystal Frank Youth Nikki Beasley
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  • ORGANIZATION OF REST OF TODAY Two break out sessions: Session 1: Visioning for end of ten year plan Coordinated Assessment Veterans Stable Families evaluation
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  • ORGANIZATION OF REST OF TODAY Session 2: Visioning for end of ten year plan HMIS data sharing update GRH and Olmstead FHPAP

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