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Become a NoCO CoC Partner

The NoCO CoC is always welcoming new members who are interested in being involved in the work to end homelessness. General Member partners benefit from being a part of a strong collaborative network of other community partners, access to training, funding opportunities, access to data and more.

General Membership Agreement

Our partners include...

  • Nonprofit homeless service providers
  • People with Lived Experience of Homelessness
  • Domestic violence victim service providers
  • Faith-based organizations
  • State government
  • County government
  • City government
  • Community Leaders
  • Public housing authorities
  • Affordable housing developers
  • Organizations that serve homeless and formerly homeless veterans
  • BIPOC and People from Marginalized Communities
  • ESG recipient agencies
  • CoC recipient agencies
  • Funders
  • Law Enforcement/Emergency Services
  • Landlord (associations)
  • Hospitals or Healthcare Providers
  • Universities
  • Mental Health Agencies
  • School Districts (McKinney Vento Programming/Homeless Education Liaisons)
  • Youth service providers
  • Private Sector
  • And more!

CoC Governing Board

If you are interested in applying to the NoCO CoC Governing Board, contact Kelli Pryor, CoC Director, for more information.


NoCO CoC Committees and Work Groups

CAHPS Steering Committee - provides oversight and direction to the Coordinated Assessment Housing Placement System, our local coordinated entry system

Lived Experience Council - advises the NoCO CoC to make system level improvements based on lived experience of homelessness

Data and Performance Committee - evaluates homeless system data for data quality, system outcomes, and disparities and makes recommendations for system improvement

Built for Zero Committees - time-limited committees that focus on implementing specific Built for Zero strategies to ultimately reach Functional Zero homelessness

Point in Time Count Committee - plans and executes the annual Point in Time and Housing Inventory Counts

Project Rating Committee - oversees the rating and ranking process for the annual CoC Program competition and evaluation of project outcomes

Get Involved!

Lived Experience Advisory Council (LEAC)

The 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. Council meetings occur in both Larimer County and Weld County. For more information, contact


Contact Us

Continuum of Care - General Inquiries

Coordinated Assessment Housing Placement System (CAHPS)

Homeless Management Information System (HMIS)