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Homelessness Initiatives

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Tri-Cities Homelessness Policy Group logoThe City of Littleton is engaged in several initiatives to prevent homelessness and serve community members who experience it.

DU Center for Housing and Homelessness Research Project

The Tri-Cities Group approved an Intergovernmental Agreement in mid-2019 with the University of Denver’s Center for Housing and Homelessness Research (CHHR). The project included interviewing adults experiencing homelessness and assessing family homelessness. A final report was presented to the three city councils in January 2021 and are available below, with the goal of better understanding the current situation and needs.

Homelessness Action Plan

The Tri-Cities Homelessness Policy Committee has engaged the services of Alisa Orduna of Florence Aliese Advancement Network to facilitate creation of an action plan. With approval of the three city councils, this plan can guide next steps for homelessness services and coordination in the three cities. Throughout January, Ms. Orduna will be interviewing stakeholders and developing a plan in coordination with the Tri-Cities Policy Committee.

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