Working Groups

The Continuum of Care has several working groups. Click the title link for meeting schedules and locations, as well as agendas and recaps.

  • Coordinating Team
    The Coordinating Team represents the general membership of the CoC. The Coordinating Team facilitates the development of the CoC by participating in high-level planning, to include helping to establish CoC priorities and goals and assisting with development and implementation of the CoC’s strategic plan.
  • Executive Committee
    The Executive Committee manages the affairs of the CoC, including strategic planning and oversight of the CoC’s working groups.
  • Youth Homelessness Working Group
    The Youth Homelessness Working Group meetings are gatherings of community members whose purpose is to understand and describe the state of youth homelessness in Ada County with the goal of recommending strategies to the Executive Committee to prevent and reduce the number of youth experiencing literal homelessness or unstable housing situations.
  • Fair Housing Working Group
    The Fair Housing Working Group meetings are gatherings of community members whose purpose is to monitor the progress made in addressing the impediments and observations outlined in the Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice, make suggestions for additional action items and help implement activities to affirmatively further fair housing.
  • Housing Working Group
    The Housing Working Group meetings are gatherings of community members whose purpose is to preserve and expand housing opportunnities for extremely-low income households and those who experience difficulty accessing housing through the following activities: identify barriers to housing entry, evaluate service gaps and develop and implement solutions for those experiencing homelessness to improve access to housing.
  • Performance Measurement Working Group
    The Performance Measurement Working Group (PMWG) meetings are gatherings of community members whose purpose is to implement HMIS requirements and guideline recommendations, evaluate data and reports, monitor system performance and set performance measures. This Working Group is also responsible for the preparation, training and reporting for the annual point in time count.