The Guilford County Continuum of Care (Guilford CoC) compiles and shares data about homelessness and services within Guilford County, North Carolina, primarily that which is required by the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and other organizations for funding.
This data includes various CoC system performance metrics and standards that are used to track progress toward goals and provide recommendations of remedial actions and quality improvement plans for poor-performing projects to the CoC Board of Directors and the CoC membership.
The CoC’s System Performance and Evaluation Committee annually reviews HUD’s guidelines, other applicable guidelines or regulations, and best practices and implements a review of funded agencies to monitor adherence to standards of care and outcomes.
Some data is published on this website. Other information may be available by contacting email@example.com
Guilford County CoC Strategic Plan 2021-2023
Point In Time Counts (PITC)
Guilford CoC with the assistance of Partners Ending Homelessness and community volunteers conduct a count of individuals experiencing homelessness in Guilford County annually, usually in January. Here is the results of this year’s count, along…
“Count Me In” Guilford County’s Annual Point in Time Count On Wednesday, January 29th and Thursday, January 30th, Partners Ending Homelessness will conduct Guilford County’s Annual Point in Time Count. The information collected provides a…
Guilford CoC with assistance of Partners Ending Homelessness and community volunteers conduct a count of individuals experiencing homelessness within Guilford County annually, usually in January. Here is the result of this year’s count, along with…
Built for Zero
Communicating the extension of Zero: 2016 and its new name, Built for Zero Our community has made too much progress to turn back now. We are excited to continue working to accelerate our progress toward…
In infographic format, this year’s annual report details the work and progress that Partners Ending Homelessness and the Guilford County Continuum of Care have made toward ending homelessness this year. 2015-2016 Annual Report