The Central Tennessee 503 Continuum of Care (COC) is designed to promote a community-wide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness. Central Tennessee 503 has a rooted 20-year history in Tennessee. Community Housing Partnership (CHP) took the leadership role as the HUD collaborative applicant in early 2019. The COC seeks to provide resources for homeless people, at-risk populations, other advocates, service providers, policymakers and the public at large.
The Continuum of Care Program (CoC) competitively awards grants for CoC planning costs, Unified Funding Agency costs, acquisition, rehabilitation, new construction, leasing, rental assistance, supportive services, operating costs; Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS), and project administration costs.
Coordinated Entry System
A coordinated entry system is defined as a coordinated process designed to coordinate program participant intake, assessment, and provision of referrals, which covers the entire geographic area.
Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) is a local information technology system is used to collect client-level data and data on the provision of housing and services to homeless individuals and families and persons at risk of homelessness. We have compiled a list of HMIS policies and procedures, HUD compliant forms, and other helpful documents.
Central TN 503 CoC uses the system offered by Pathways MISI®. For questions about HMIS, please contact us.
Community Housing Partnership of Williamson County came into existence in October of 1994, as a partnership between eager citizens and local government entities who were on a mission to create, supply and maintain affordable housing for Williamson County residents who are low-income, who are elderly, who have disabilities, and who are workforce families. Since their foundation, they have continually broadened and diversified their approach to further this mission.