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1 Metropolitan Homelessness Commission Goal To increase access to permanent supportive housing for people experiencing long-term homelessness in Davidson County To end chronic homelessness in Nashville

2 Metropolitan Homelessness Commission Purpose and Values Planning and coordination: fostering collaboration among stakeholders to improve our local system (increase housing placement rate and helping people stay in housing) Homelessness is lethal; if we dont change our practices, people will continue to die on the streets Homelessness can be solved if we: – work together – target the resources we already have – monitor our progress and become more data-driven – search for more resources using data

3 100,000 Homes Model in Nashville 1.Build Nashville campaign team 2.Clarify demand 3.Line up supply 4.Move people into housing 5.Help people stay housed

4 1. Build Nashville campaign team Registry Week Planning team weekly meetings Housing Workgroup monthly meetings Outreach Workgroup weekly meetings Landlord Meetings Data & Cost Savings Workgroup (in development)

5 2. Clarify Demand for Housing Registry Week scheduled for May 28-May 31 Community Brief Back – June 4, 10:30 a.m. Downtown Library Working on collecting data through: Registry Week – Vulnerability Index Monthly Housing Reports (HMIS, Service Providers, etc) Know most vulnerable by name and face Work towards housing 2.5% each month

6 3. Line Up Resources Housing: Kirby Davis and Commission engaging private rental market – asking landlords to set aside 1% of housing stock (vacant units) – lining up units for after Registry Week – 18 apartments donated since April 11 th MDHA collaboration to target Housing Choice Vouchers – MDHA staff proposing to create vulnerability preference – Up to 18 housing vouchers each month targeted to most vulnerable as budget allows Supportive services: Homelessness Commission RFP ($405k) due May 14 th Streamline connection to TennCare-funded case management

7 4. Move People Into Housing Create an intentional process for people moving from the streets to housing – reduce time from street to lease (Housing and Outreach workgroups) In mid-May, we are attending Rapid Results Acceleration conference in Chicago with other stakeholders In weekly meetings match people to housing, services, and funds for move-in costs (Outreach Workgroup) Track progress each month

8 4. Move People Into Housing (cont.) Baseline Estimate = 1094 people (chronic and vulnerable) 2.5% Goal = 27 people each month

9 5. Help People Stay Housed Match people to available supportive services if needed – map out various pathways to services (Outreach & Support Services Workgroup) Metro-funded and TennCare-funded case management services Housing/Outreach Specialist to engage landlords and facilitate housing placement and retention

10 100,000 Homes Model in Nashville 1.Build Nashville campaign team 2.Clarify demand 3.Line up supply 4.Move people into housing 5.Help people stay housed

11 Previous 4-month plan March 2013April 2013May 2013June 2013 Boot Camp (San Antonio) Plan registry week (ongoing) Conduct registry week (May 28-31) Service provider team meets weekly Plan registry week (ongoing, Mar-May) Convene service provider team – housing placement Hold registry briefing to announce results – all hands on deck (6/ 4) Line up housing and service resources Convene Housing Comte (Community Assessment Tool) Train service provider team - Vulnerability Assessment (VAT) Service provider team begins matching most vulnerable to housing/services Report on progress and barriers to housing 2.5% Begin lining up housing/service resources Line up housing/service resources (ongoing) Convene Housing & Advisory Committees Convene Advisory Committee – MHC Support service RFP Report on housing placement progress and barriers

12 Next Steps: 4-month plan May 2013June 2013July 2013August 2013 Plan registry week (ongoing) Hold registry briefing to announce results (June 4); launch Hows Nashville Outreach & Support Services Workgroup meets weekly Rapid Results Acceleration Conference (May ) Outreach & Support Services Workgroup begins matching most vulnerable to housing/services Begin MDHA/Commission collaboration* Line up more housing/ service resources (ongoing) Ongoing workgroup meetings (Housing, Outreach & Support Services) Award support service RFP Line up more housing/ service resources (ongoing) Implement Commission support service contract Line up housing/service resources (ongoing) Plan community meeting on private funding streams (Funders Together) Finalize Commission support service contract Streamline and monitor housing placement process Conduct registry week (May 28-31) Report on housing placement progress and barriers

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14 Hows Nashville is a community-wide campaign, aligned with the national 100,000 Homes Campaign. It is driven by community partners who collaborate to end chronic homelessness in Nashville. The Homelessness Commission serves as the backbone organization of the Hows Nashville campaign.


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