Community Partnership of the Ozarks Conducting Annual Homeless Count

Community Partnership’s Ozarks Alliance To End Homelessness and many of its collaborative partners will team up for the annual Every One Counts campaign, which is the local Point in Time Count, Jan. 30. This event meets critical mandates by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, which provides more than $1 million in funding and support for homeless services in the Ozarks.

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Community Development Block Grant Proposals Pitched to Springfield City Council; CACCD

In a joint session and public hearing of the Springfield City Council and the Citizens’ Advisory Committee for Community Development

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Agencies Planning Cold Weather Shelter Coordination

On any given night, approximately 200 individuals are literally unsheltered in our community, meaning they are sleeping in a tent, a vehicle, or somewhere not meant for human habitation. During winter months, meeting basic needs for the most vulnerable in our community becomes a much more critical issue. Sometimes, access to shelter can mean the difference between life and death.

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Local Groups Make Block Grant Proposals to Council

At a public hearing with Springfield City Council members and members of the Citizens Advisory Committee for Community Development, local

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