Creating a High Performing Rural Continuum, Part II: Increasing Stakeholder Engagement

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National Alliance to End Homelessness

Webinar | July 7, 2010

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On Thursday, June 24, the Alliance hosted a webinar entitled "Creating a High Performing Rural Continuum, Part II: Increasing Stakeholder Engagement & Strengthening Collaboration".

Presenters included Melany Mondello and Scott Tibbits of the Maine Balance of State CoC and Ragan Claypool of the Wood, Seneca, Ottawa, Sandusky (WSOS) Continuum of Care in Ohio. Speakers provided an overview of their communities’ CoC infrastructures and services. They also presented strategies to strengthen interagency coordination and collaboration to address key challenges in a rural CoC.

This webinar was the second in the webinar/workshop series hosted by the Alliance's Center for Capacity Building regarding Critical Success Factors in High Performing Rural Continuums of Care. For more information, please read the Alliance's paper on Critical Success Factors in High Performing Rural CoCs.


Below, please find the two slideshows (PowerPoint presentations) that accompanied the webinar. The first is examines rural homelessness in Ohio; the second looks at challenges in Maine.