Pathways Home: A Framework for Coordinating State Administered Programs with Continuum of Care Planning to Address Homelessness in Texas
(Formerly known as the Texas Strategic Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness.)
To better understand how Texas’ infrastructure is positioned to address the complexities of housing instability, the Texas Interagency Council for the Homeless initiated a study in January 2011. The Council convened work groups composed of representatives from nonprofit organizations and eleven state agencies, analyzed state data, reviewed national research, and gathered public input through ten hearings. Pathways Home presents findings from this study, which indicates that greater coordination of employment and health service resources with local housing programs would expand the state’s capacity to prevent and end episodes of homelessness. In response to the study’s findings, Pathways Home proposes a framework to help more of Texas’ most vulnerable citizens enter and remain in safe housing.
- 2014 Annual Report (PDF)
- 2013 Annual Report (PDF)
- 2012 Annual Report and Pathways Home Addendum (PDF)
TICH held public hearings across the state to gather communities’ input on Pathways Home.
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