Together We Can End Homelessness
Continuum of Care Documents
Participation in the CoC is open to any individual or agency choosing to be regularly involved in the NoCO CoC’s work. CoC Partners are expected to be those entities or individuals who have an interest in or affiliation with Northern Colorado communities and/or organizations, and whose work is a part of the overall response to homelessness in the region. Individuals and Agencies become formal CoC Partners by signing a CoC Membership Agreement. CoC Partners may join the NoCO CoC at any time, and will be required to renew their membership every two years. CoC Partners must designate one person to serve as the CoC Voting Member, but are encouraged to identify multiple individuals to participate as Non-Voting Members in the work of the CoC. There is no minimum or maximum number of Members for the NoCO CoC. There are no term limits for Voting Members.
At a minimum, Voting Members commit to regularly participating in general membership meetings, as scheduled, and/or committee meetings. To ensure diversity and broad representation, Non-Voting Members are also encouraged to attend general membership meetings and participate in committee work.
CoC Partners, Tell Us About Yourself!
Diversity and representation is very important to the NoCO CoC. Help us know more about our members so that we can work to ensure our membership reflects our community.
Tell Us How You Want to Be Involved!
Take the NoCO CoC Involvement Interest Survey to share how you would like to participate in the CoC's effort to end homelessness.
General Membership Meetings
General Member Meeting 5.18.23
Recording of the May 18, 2023 General Member Meeting. Highlights include a presentation on Fair Housing Rights and a presentation on the 2023 Point in Time and Housing Inventory Counts. Click here to view meeting minutes. View Recording
General Member Meeting 3.16.23
Recording of the March 16, 2023 General Member Meeting. Highlights include a presentation on Harm Reduction Best Practices and overview of 2023 PIT Count. Click here to view meeting minutes. Click here for a copy of the Harm Reduction presentation PowerPoint. View Recording
General Member Meeting 1.12.23
Recording of the January 12, 2023 General Member Meeting. Highlights include review of 2022 Accomplishments, Board Member election, release of newest version of charter. Click here to view meeting minutes. View Recording
General Member Meeting 11.17.22
Recording of the November 17, 2022 General Member Meeting. Highlights include presentation from Envision-Creative Support for People with Developmental Disabilities, CoC Program competition review. View Recording
The NoCO CoC Governing Board acts on behalf of the General Membership, is responsible for ensuring the NoCO CoC is compliant with all HUD requirements and provides oversight to the CoC process. The board is composed of up to 17 members who serve on a voluntary basis. The NoCO CoC Board composition strives for geographical representation and also highly values diversity of experience and background. Governing Board members are expected to attend monthly board meetings, and serve on at least one CoC committee.
NoCO CoC Board Application
The NoCO CoC elects board members once a year. If you are interested in serving on the NoCO CoC Board, please fill out this application. Download
Continuum of Care Committees
CAHPS Steering Committee
Provides oversight and direction to the Coordinated Assessment Housing Placement System, our local coordinated entry system. Information Sheet Application
Data and Performance Committee
Evaluates homeless system data for data quality, system outcomes, and disparities and makes recommendations for system improvement. Meets monthly.
Project Rating & Ranking Committee
Oversees the Rating and Ranking process for the annual CoC Program competition and evaluation of project outcomes. Meets monthly.
Point in Time Count Committee
Plans and executes the annual Point in Time (PIT) and Housing Inventory Counts (HIC). Meets monthly.
Lived Experience Advisory Council (LEAC)
Advises the NoCO CoC to make system level improvements based on lived experience of homelessness. The LEAC is open people with current or recent experience of homelessness who are able to make at least a six month commitment to meet monthly. Council members are paid for their participation. There is a Larimer County-based Council and a Weld County-based Council. Currently the Weld County-based Council is on pause.