Call for Continuum of Care (CoC) Members 2021

The St. Louis City Continuum of Care for Homelessness is seeking new members who share a passion for ending homelessness in our community. 

March 26, 2021 | 2 min reading time

The St. Louis City Continuum of Care for Homelessness is seeking new members who share a passion for assisting our unhoused neighbors and ending homelessness in our community. All interested individuals or agencies may apply. We welcome new members from a diversity of perspectives, including social service providers, public service providers, healthcare, advocacy groups, local associations, and the private sector. Current priorities for new members include:

  • Advocacy organizations
  • Private sector businesses
  • Landlords
  • Affordable Housing developers
  • Public housing authorities
  • Public and Private School districts
  • Formerly homeless individuals

Interested individuals or agencies are encouraged to complete an application, which can be found at: https://cocstl.org/get-involved/membership/membership-application/. All questions about membership may be directed to Laura Toledo, Governance and Membership Committee Chair, at lauratoledo@cwitstl.org or 314-771-5207.

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    Homeless Services
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