Western PA CoC

The Pennsylvania Western Region Continuum of Care’s (Western PA CoC) mission is to end homelessness through a coordinated community-based process of identifying needs and building an open and integrated system of housing and services that addresses those needs.Per HUD Regulation 24 CFR Part 578, and to fulfill the stated mission, the purpose of the CoC is to:

  • Promote a community-wide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness;
  • Promote access to funding for efforts for rapid re-housing for individuals and families experiencing homelessness;
  • Promote access to and effective use of mainstream programs;
  • Optimize self-sufficiency among individuals and families experiencing homelessness.
 

Regional Homeless Advisory Boards

In 2015, the Central-Harrisburg and Northeast CoCs joined to form the Eastern Pennsylvania Continuum of Care. The Northwest and Southwest CoCs joined to form the Western Pennsylvania Continuum of Care.

The Western PA CoC is comprised of 20 counties organized geographically into two Regional Homelessness Advisory Boards (RHABs):

  • Northwest RHAB – Crawford, Warren, McKean, Potter, Mercer, Venango, Forest, Elk, Cameron, Lawrence, Clarion, Jefferson, and Clearfield counties
  • Southwest RHAB – Butler, Armstrong, Indiana, Washington, Westmoreland, Greene and Fayette counties

Each RHAB is responsible for operationalizing the policies adopted by the CoC by working with their community to address and end homelessness locally.

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Southwest RHAB Monthly Meeting 10:00 am
Southwest RHAB Monthly Meeting @ Monroeville Public Library
Nov 9 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
This is the meeting for the Southwest RHAB. If you are interested in attending, please contact Tammy Knouse (724-430-3013, tknouse@fccaa.org or Amanda Feltenberger 724-284-5114, afeltenb@co.butler.pa.us) to make sure the meeting is still going to be held.
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Western Pa CoC Board Meetings 10:00 am
Western Pa CoC Board Meetings
Nov 15 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Meeting Locations: February 1, 2019 – Hampton Inn, Grove City April 10, 2019 (Full CoC Meeting) – TBD Southwest Location June 12, 2019 – Allegheny Grille August 14, 2019 – Hampton Inn, Grove City October 16, 2019 (Full CoC Meeting) – TBD Northwest Location December 11, 2019 – Hampton Inn, Grove City
Western CoC Coordinated Entry Trainings 1:00 pm
Western CoC Coordinated Entry Trainings
Nov 15 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
This Western CoC Coordinated Entry Training will be a re-occurring event that takes place every third Thursday of each month starting on April 19, 2018. It is open for everyone to participate – even outside of the CoC. To join, please see the information below: Join by Phone: 1-650-479-3208 Access Code: 646 372 157 Password:[...]
Western CoC Data Management and Outcomes Committee 1:30 pm
Western CoC Data Management and Outcomes Committee
Nov 15 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
The Western PA CoC Data Management and Outcomes Committee meets on the third Thursday of every month from 1:30-2:30pm. Call-in information is below: PIN: 321557 Bridge Number: 17176124733 TollFree 18557501027
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FY2017 Resources

FY2016 Resources

West Ranking scoring sheet FINAL

Developed by the Eastern PA CoC Ranking Subcommittee and Approved by the Governing Board on July 22, 2016.

Western PA CoC Renewal Grantees:

DCED has applied this scoring structure to your performance data as entered into PA HMIS and as provided in the “Additional Information Form”.

Western PA CoC – FY16 project ranking, 9-6-16-FINAL

FY2015 Resources

Merged Ranking 2015

PA-601-Western PA CoC-FY2015 CoC Application

FY2015 Project Rating and Ranking

The link above is the final rating and ranking for the Western PA CoC. This document merges the projects in the Northwest and Southwest of the Western Balance of State. This document will be submitted with the FY2015 CoC application as the Project Priority listing.

The following are the tie-breakers that were used to determine ranking when the projects in a ranked spot had common scores:

  1. Project type: PH, TH, SSO
  2. Serve 100% Chronic
  3. Follow the Chronic Prioritization policy
  4. 2014 score
  5. % of funds returned in most recent budget
  6. Alphabetical by project