The KCHC is a network all working together to end homelessness: of nonprofit homeless service providers, victim service providers, faith based organizations, governments, business, advocates, public housing agencies, school districts, social service providers, mental health agencies, hospitals, universities, affordable housing developers, law enforcement, homeless and formerly homeless (including veterans).
Membership is open to anyone who is a stakeholder in ending homelessness.
All meetings are open to the public.
WHY AND HOW TO JOIN
- Receive the most current homelessness information and news in the industry.
- Have access to training, participate in committees and are eligible for committee leadership and Board positions during the nomination process.
- Are provided with peer opportunities to “case conference” (brainstorm about complex homelessness households) and solve barriers and gaps that surface when addressing the many layers of homelessness
- Are promoted via social media and Collaborative efforts – for member projects and events
- Invest staff time, leadership and strategize for the good of the community, to provide wrap around homelessness and prevention services.
- Are committed to the goal of one day attaining a functional zero when every person in Kern County will have a place to call home.
- Participate in the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) data base and information sharing system across the Continuum of Care.
Become a member by filling out the membership form in the link below;