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CONTINUUM OF CARE DIRECTOR

(Posting Date: 2/15/2016, Closing Date: 2/29/2016)

  

Position Summary: The Continuum of Care Planning Director is responsible for executing the agreement between the Memphis/Shelby County Homeless Consortium and CAFTH that designates CAFTH as the Collaborative Applicant for the Continuum of Care (CoC) and the CoC Planning Lead Agency. This includes providing year round CoC planning, support to the Consortium, technical assistance, and oversight of all CoC related committees and Mayors’ Action Plan to End Homelessness activities.

Further information regarding qualifications, job description, core competencies, etc. are in the attached document.  Interested applicants should apply using the method that is specified in the posting, and include a cover letter with your submission. The position title should appear in the subject line.  Please be advised that only resumes that are submitted by the closing date will be considered.

Coc Planning Director Posting 02152016

Tennessee Department of Children’s Services

Shelby County

In Home Tennessee

Agency Provider Meet & Greet

Thursday, October 17, 2013

2:00 PM until 4:00 PM

Youth Dimensions

3385 Austin Peay Blvd

Memphis Tennessee

Reaching out to agencies that provide Prevention Services to children at risk of entering state custody

Mental Health Agencies

Prevention Services

Mentoring

Homelessness

Faith Based

Domestic Violence

Each agency is asked to make a 3 minute presentation about your agency

If you are interested in attending, please contact Tonni Chew @ Tonni.Chew@tn.gov or (901) 947-8916.

Volunteers Needed!

Project Homeless Connect is coming up in five weeks, on Wednesday, March 28, 2012. It is the largest homeless service provider event in the city, and we are seeking to recruit 500-700 volunteers to make this event a positive one for our guests who are homeless or on the brink of homelessness.

We need YOU. Please, help by signing up as a volunteer through Hands on Nashville or by spreading the word at your workplace, amongst your friends and in your congregation.

This year’s event is organized and hosted by the Metropolitan Homelessness Commission in partnership with The Key Alliance.

The event is only possible with the help of our participating service providers and volunteers.

To read more about Project Homeless Connect, click here.