North Carolina Coalition to End Homelessness

2011 HEARTH Implementation Clinic

On May 11-12, 2011, staff from the National Alliance to End Homelessness led a clinic to help North Carolina CoCs prepare for changes that will be implemented under the HEARTH Act.  Materials from the clinic are posted below.

Presentations from the Clinic

A System in Transition Denise Neunaber, NCCEH pdf
HEARTH Act 101 Norm Suchar, NAEH pdf
Performance Measurement Aisha Williams, NAEH pdf
Evaluator and Survey Data Norm Suchar, NAEH pdf
System Assessment and Design Norm Suchar, NAEH pdf
Governance Aisha Williams, NAEH pdf

Handouts from the Clinic

System Change Strategies Outlines 11 strategies for homeless system re-design. pdf

Webinars and Toolkits

HEARTH Act Overview Webinar Explains the implications of the HEARTH Act. webinar
Performance Improvement and Data Measurement Webinar Focuses on performance measurement and improvement to reduce homelessness. webinar
System Assessment and Design Webinar Provides tools and concepts to improve homeless assistance systems. webinar
What Gets Measured Gets Done: A Toolkit on Performance Measurement for Ending Homelessness Overview of perfomance measurement and system design. pdf
The Columbus Model: Becoming a Data-Driven System Examines performance measurement and improvement tools that have helped Columbus, Ohio perform well on HEARTH outcomes. pdf
Organizational Change: Adopting a Housing First Approach Explains how to shift away from shelter and transitional housing strategies and toward prevention and Housing First approaches. pdf
Rapid Re-Housing Guide: Creating Programs That Work Explains how and why communities can implement rapid re-housing. pdf
Homelessness Prevention Guide: Creating Programs That Work Discusses prevention program design and implementation strategies. pdf
Homelessness Prevention Companion Guide This supplement to the full Homelessness Prevention Guide discusses local needs assessment and the causes of homelessness. pdf