The HMIS Committee is responsible for planning, coordinating and evaluating the implementation of HMIS for the LCCoC.
2. The HMIS committee is also responsible for data collection and processing (e.g. APR preparation) as well as for making recommendations to improve the local process.
3. This committee is also responsible for reviewing, revising and recommending to the General Board, a privacy plan, a security plan, and the Data Quality Plan for the HMIS, and for ensuring
1. The Chair of this committee (aka “Census Coordinator") will appoint, from this committee, a
“Team Captain” for each geographical location of the County. Other team captains may be
appointed, as needed, from the LCCoC General Board membership.
2. The PIT committee shall: be responsible for establishing the survey methods and tools for
the annual homeless count in Lake County.
3. the PIT Committee will coordinate the annual homeless count ensuring that proper
procedure is followed.
Ad-Hoc committees and workgroups shall be appointed by the Chair or Co-Chair and approved by vote of the General Board, as necessary.
The Performance Review Committee shall be comprised of 5-7 LCCoC members in good standing, of whom 2 or 3 should be recipients or sub-recipient of LCCoC funding.
Performance Review Committee shall:
Be responsible for recommending to the General Board performance targets for population and program type.
Assist the General Board in monitoring recipient and sub-recipient performance and evaluating outcomes; allowing the General Board to take action against poor performers and to report outcomes to HUD.
Evaluate the outcome of any project(s) funded under the Emergency Solutions Grant program, allowing the General Board to report those outcomes to HUD.
Be responsible for providing technical support to the Collaborative Applicant to assist in the completion of the application for grant funds in response to a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA).
Provide guidance in preparing the application and updates to assist in the application and grant process as outlined at 24 CF$ 578.9 and 578.15 et seq.
Strategic Planning shall assist the General Board in the development and annual update of the Governance Charter, the development of the written standards for providing Continuum of Care assistance, and in making any recommendations for revision to such standards. The Strategic Planning Committee shall be comprised of five to seven LCCoC members in good standing. The Strategic Planning committee will be responsible for the following:
Assist in the development of the Continuum of Care plan and make recommendations to the Board regarding implementation of and revision to such plan.
Assist the Governing Board in establishing either a centralized or coordinated assessment system that provides an initial, comprehensive assessment of the needs of individuals and families for housing and services.
Assist the General Board in developing a specific policy consistent with the requirements established by HUD to guide the operation of the centralized or coordinated assessment system to address the needs of individuals and families who are fleeing, or attempting to flee, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking, but who are seeking shelter or services from non-victim service providers.
Make recommendations to the General Board regarding discharge planning to ensure that current and appropriate agreements are in place with local institutions that may release individuals into a situation as opposed to homelessness