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Our Path Home Committees

Our Path Home is governed by the Executive Committee - a strategic planning body that is responsible for ensuring Our Path Home meets federal standards and local needs. Several committees and working groups support the Executive Committee’s efforts.


Executive Committee

The Executive Committee is the decision-making authority of Our Path Home. The Executive Committee is responsible for ensuring Our Path Home meets the standards set forth in 24 CFR Part 578. As part of this responsibility, the Executive Committee oversees Our Path Home's standing committees.

Membership

Voting members of the Executive Committee represent the following groups:

  • Ada County
  • Behavioral health services
  • CoC- or ESG-funded provider network
  • City government
  • Collaborative applicant
  • Domestic violence advocate
  • Emergency shelter system
  • Federal entitlement communities, including CDBG and ESG
  • Housing authority
  • Housing developer or owner
  • Law enforcement
  • Person(s) experiencing or formerly experiencing homelessness
  • School district
  • Veterans affairs
  • Others deemed necessary or required by HUD

Non-voting members:

  • Our Path Home Administrator
  • Coordinated Entry Program Director
  • HMIS Project Manager

Meeting Schedule

This committee meets on the second Monday of every month from 9:30-11:00 at Boise City Hall with a few exceptions for holidays. 


Upcoming Meetings

March 9, 2020

Agenda


Coordinated Entry Oversight and Evaluation Committee

Purpose

The Coordinated Entry Oversight and Evaluation Committee monitors the implementation and evaluation of Our Path Home's coordinated entry system.

Meeting Schedule

This committee meets on the first Tuesday of every month from 1:30-3:00 at Boise City/Ada County Housing Authorities.


Upcoming Meetings

January 28, 2020

Agenda


Data and Performance Committee

Purpose

The Data and Performance Committee guides Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) policy decisions, evaluates relevant data, creates and maintains reporting mechanisms, and monitors system performance. The Data and Performance Committee has one sub-committee for licensed HMIS users.

Meeting Schedule

This committee meets virtually on the second Tuesday of every month from 10:30-12:00.


Upcoming Meetings

March 10, 2020

Agenda


Planning and Development Committee

Purpose

The Planning and Development Committee spearheads funding development and strategic planning efforts by quantifying and articulating homeless service needs, educating an expanding group of funders and the community at large on those needs, and subsequently offering and developing solutions to effectively prevent, reduce, and end homelessness.


Score and Rank Committee

Purpose

The Scoring and Ranking Committee convenes at least semi-annually to review, score and rank CoC project applications.

Meeting Schedule

This committee convenes at least semi-annually to review, score and rank CoC project applications.