ending homelessness in Montana through effective leadership and collaboration

Our Programs

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Primary functions of the MT CoC Coalition include {coordinating implementation of a statewide housing and service system) (outreach, engagement, assessment, and prevention strategies) (conducting annual analysis of needs and services available in Montana) (participating in the Consolidated Plan within the CoC geographic area) (consulting, reporting, and evaluation for Emergency Solutions Grant).

The Montana CoC also (administers and facilitates a collaborative process for HUD grant applications) (establish priorities for funding projects) (measures overall performance of the system)

Data analytics

Point In Time Survey

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statewide Coordination

HMIS – Coordinated Entry

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HUD requires CoCs to maintain HMIS systems to collect and report data on individuals and families experiencing homelessness. 

The CoC’s HMIS responsibilities include:

Designating HMIS Lead to manage HMIS

Approving HMIS privacy policy, security and data quality plans

Facilitating consistent participation of grant recipients and subrecipients in HMIS

Ensuring HMIS compliance

Grant Funding


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Youth Advocacy

Youth Homeless Demonstration Program

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In 2019, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded $75 million to 23 U.S. communities, including eight rural areas for ending youth homelessness.  Montana CoC is one of the recipients of this grant.Communities participating in the Youth Homeless Demonstration Program (YHDP) will build systems to support programs including rapid rehousing, permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, and host homes.

Incorporating feedback and input provided directly by young people who have experienced homelessness, the YHDP is designed to make sure that applicants are informed about the needs of the young people served.With this funding, communities will support a variety of housing options for people who are under 25 and experiencing homelessness. Measurement of youth-focused performance coordinated entry systems to connected young people with services.

Selected communities will work with youth action boards, child welfare agencies, and other partners to create comprehensive plans and will serve as national leaders in the work to end youth homelessness.

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