What Our Community Should Demand to Know about the Homeless Authority (CSAH) [being in disarray] & Homelessness in Savannah


Originally posted on Homelessness in Savannah, Stories for Learning:

Our Community Should Demand to Know:

  • What we’re doing to house our chronic homeless
  • Why Housing First isn’t a model any of our existing CoC (CSAH) members are supporting
  • What type of Housing First project we would support as a community
  • Why the Faith Community hasn’t been effectively engaged in ending homelessness in Savannah
  • What is the role of the United Way, Business (Chamber) and Tourism business sectors & Faith Community in ending homelessness in our community
  • Why Women’s & Children (Family & Youth) homelessness aren’t a focal point of our efforts
  • What are we specifically doing to house our Veterans
  • What is the real deal on the PIT (point in time count) & our homelessness count data – how do we justify our counts & funding levels
  • Why are we only seeking (thru the annual CoC Competition) HUD recurring dollars for our community to end chronic & other forms…

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