A Regional Homelessness Action Plan for Local & Tribal Governments
The plan includes three action steps leading to the target goal of reducing homelessness by 25 percent by 2027. These steps include committing to work together throughout the region, increasing safe housing options, and supporting diverse partnerships to address homelessness. Together, these steps can strengthen the regional infrastructure to address homelessness.
Local and tribal governments created this action plan with community partners to build a stronger regional infrastructure to address homelessness. This plan represents a starting point to build a strong foundation for impactful change throughout the region on an ongoing basis. Ongoing evaluations of progress will identify new actions to further reduce homelessness through a concerted regional approach. Activities may be undertaken by individual communities, neighboring communities partnering on areas of mutual interest and benefit, and/or by all local and tribal governments in support of the regional response.
To learn more, Pathways Home (PDF) – A Regional Homelessness Action Plan for Local and Tribal Governments