Defining “Chronically Homeless” Final Rule Webinar - HUD Regions 1 and 2
January 13, 2016 | 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM EST
On December 4th, HUD released the Final Rule on Defining “Chronically Homeless.” The definition goes into effect on January 4, 2016 and HUD expects all providers operating Permanent Supportive Housing dedicated or prioritized to individuals and families experiencing chronic homelessness to use this definition for all new persons admitted to the program after January 15, 2016. This presentation will ensure that all communities and stakeholders understand the new definition and associated recordkeeping requirements and are provided an opportunity to ask questions. Webinar participants will learn 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 Attend?
This webinar is intended for CoC leadership, CoC Program recipients, and any other stakeholders in HUD Regions 1 and 2 that wish to learn about the new definition. For information about what region you are in please visit HUD’s regional Map.
Presenters: Marcy Thompson and Brett Gagnon (HUD)
Resource Advisors: Lindsey Barranco, Kat Freeman, and Dan Fox (The Cloudburst Group)
Links to materials and FAQs referenced by the presenters during the webinar:
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for Documenting Chronic Homeless Status (Note: since the publication of this webinar, Notice CPD-14-012 has been superseded by Notice CPD-16-11)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 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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