VCEH Coordinated Entry Materials for Review & Webinar

Below you will find the preliminary drafts of the VCEH CE Materials. As a reminder, the Release of Information and VCEH Coordinated Entry Partnership agreement have already been approved.

The CE Committee is seeking feedback on the following through Tuesday, November 21. Please provide comments and feedback to Sarah Phillips, Laurel Chen or your VCEH Board Representative.

Now through November: Local CoCs and other stakeholder review and provide feedback on materials.
November VCEH Meeting: The CE Committee will solicit and compile feedback on the materials.
December VCEH Meeting: Final materials will be presented, incorporating comments and feedback from all parties.
January VCEH Meeting: Vote on materials.


Join us for a webinar on Nov 06, 2017 from 9:00- 11:00 AM. During this webinar, members of the VCEH Coordinated Entry Committee will present the preliminary draft of VCEH Coordinated Entry Policies and Procedures, including the Housing Assessment and Referral Form. There will be time for Q&A and attendees will be asked to provide feedback during the webinar or by email during the month of November. Feedback will inform a final draft to be voted on by the VCEH Board in January.

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VCEH October Monthly Meeting

Please find below and attached information and materials for our monthly Vermont Coalition to End Homeless meeting.

  • Date/Time: Tuesday, October 17, 2017 – 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM 
  • Location: St. John’s Church, 15 Summer Street,  Randolph, VT
  • Phone Participation: 641-715-3272, Access Code: 236613#

Materials for the meeting:

FY17 VT BoS Final CoC Community Application & Project Priority Listing

Dear Coalition members and friends,

Following is the final Vermont Balance of State Continuum of Care FY17 Community Application, as well as the final CoC Program Project Priority Listing, which will be submitted today. We received no public comments.

Please contact Daniel Blankenship with any questions.

The mission of the Coalition is to end homelessness in Vermont through sharing information, developing resources, providing a forum for decision-making and to promote decent, safe, fair, affordable shelter for all.