Actions and Detail Panel
Expansion of Coordinated Intake Systems for Additional Subpopulations
Three Community Input Sessions for the Expansion of Coordinated Intake Systems for Homeless Services to Include Youth, Families, and Those Fleeing Domestic Violence
- Families - Oct 5th, 10:00 am- 12:00 pm
- Youth - Oct 5th, 2:00 pm- 4:00 pm
- Those Fleeing Domestic Violence - Oct 6th, 10:00 am- 12:00 pm
Three Community Input Sessions for the expansion of the Coordinated Intake System for Homeless Services to include families, youth, and those fleeding domestic violence.
Clark County is embarking on an intensive planning process called a Charrette that jumpstarts and streamlines how a community planning process can work. It is an opportunity for collaboration among diverse stakeholders to solve community problems within a very short period. This is done through a community planning process of input sessions called Fishbowls.
For each sub-population, a community input Fishbowl will occur. The format allows for experts to speak on the issues and for all to provide reaction, comments, feedback and input on how the coordinated entry system for homeless services should be expanded to include these specific sub-populations. All are welcome to attend any session.