Defining “Chronically Homeless” Final Rule Webinar
This webinar, held on dates between January 5th-January 14th, 2016, introduced CoCs to the Final Rule on Defining “Chronically Homeless”. Webinar participants learned about the following:
- A history of the definition of chronically homeless and the rationale for the changes implemented in the Final Rule,
- The final definition of chronically homeless, including a highlight of the major changes, and
- Associated recordkeeping requirements for the documentation of chronic homelessness.
Who Should Complete?
This webinar is intended for CoC leadership, CoC Program recipients, and any other stakeholders that wish to learn about the new definition.
Presenters: Marcy Thompson and Brett Gagnon (HUD)
Links to materials and FAQs referenced by the presenters during the webinar:
Definition of "Family" in HUD's Equal Access Rule
FAQ about persons who are accepted to Permanent Housing but have not yet had a suitable unit located
FAQ about maintaining Chronically Homeless Status once enrolled in RRH
Defining "Chronically Homeless" Final Rule
Notice CPD-14-012: Prioritizing Persons Experiencing Chronic Homelessness in Permanent Supportive Housing and Recordkeeping Requirements for Documenting Chronic Homeless Status (Note: since the publication of this webinar, Notice CPD-14-012 has been superseded by Notice CPD-16-11)
After viewing the Defining "Chronically Homeless" Final Rule Webinar, you may access the recordings of the 6 regional Q&A sessions in the playlist below:
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
Dan Fox | 240-582-3639 | Daniel.email@example.com
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