Welcome to Butte Countywide Homeless Continuum of Care

The Butte Countywide Homeless Continuum of Care (CoC) is a multi-agency planning body with the common goal of ending homelessness. This goal will be accomplished by assisting individuals and families experiencing homelessness receive rapid, adaptive, quality services which lead to the long-term stability of permanent housing and self-sufficiency.




Recruitment is open for new Butte Countywide Homeless Continuum of Care members! If you're already a member, please take this time to update your designated voter. Please send an email requesting to be a member, and if you haven't attended a CoC meeting in the past year, attend on October 16, 2017, 1 p.m. at the Housing Authority of Butte County, 2039 Forest Ave., Chico, CA. Please email Marie Demers at marie.demers@chicoca.gov to indicate your desire to be a member and to designate the voting member of your organization. More Information




Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Competition: Funding Availability

Click here for 2017 Final Applications




Just Released: Emergency Solutions Grant Program
Notice of Funding Availability for the Balance of State Allocation


Click here for NOFA Details


Click here for Ranking Details




2017 HOMELESS POINT IN TIME CENSUS & SURVEY REPORT

The 2017 HOMELESS POINT IN TIME CENSUS & SURVEY REPORTis now available.



Impacts of Public Safety Approach to Homelessness Community Report 2017

Municipalities around the country are increasingly concerned about a rise in homelessness. While there are various approaches to this issue, many cities are using public safety laws and resources to mitigate the effects of a growing homeless population. The analyses contained in this report examine the costs of these ordinances, as well as other implications, such as the geography of arrests.

Impacts of Public Safety Approach to Homelessness Community Report 2017



Without A Roof - Interview Feb. 22, 2017

Listen as Grace Loescher, Program Director for Waking the Village talks on community collaboration for finding housing for homeless. Thomas Tenorio, CEO of the Community Action Agency of Butte County and who also chairs the Butte Countywide Continuum of Care Council meetings, shares what our community is doing through a Coordinated Entry system where 9 agencies in our county work together to find housing and shelter for the homeless. Listen Here or goto www.kzfr.org/broadcasts/8115