Partnership to End Homelessness
The Orange County Partnership to End Homelessness (OCPEH) is a coalition of local government officials, service providers, and community members formed to end homelessness in our community. The OCPEH Governance Charter details Committee structure, funding, and more.
The Leadership Team is the governing body of the Orange County Partnership to End Homelessness. People who live and/or work in Orange County and are interested in providing leadership to ending homelessness are encouraged to apply to serve on the Leadership Team. Applications to serve on the Leadership Team are accepted year-round.
Orange County's 10th Project Connect is returning on Thursday October 27, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. at Hargraves Center at 216 N. Roberson St, Chapel Hill. Want to help out? We'd love your help getting the word out! Please post or distribute event flyers in English and/or Spanish.
Looking for resources?
OC Connect is an online database listing a broad range of community resources. A printable Orange County Resources Guide contains comprehensive information about services for those in need including housing, employment, education, health & dental care, mental health care, substance abuse treatment/recovery, emergency assistance, food, legal services and more.
Looking for data about homelessness in Orange County?
- 2016 Point-in-Time Count - Snapshot count of people experiencing homelessness on one night in January
- System Performance Measures - Homeless outcomes: how long people are staying homeless, how many people are becoming homeless, where people are exiting to from homelessness; 2016 is a baseline year for these reporting measures
You can make a tax-deductible contribution to homelessness initiatives; please click on this link:
Subscribers to the Partnership to End Homelessness listserv will receive periodic emails about activities, volunteer opportunities, and the work of our partners in helping to prevent and end homelessness in our community.
For more information, email Corey Root, Homeless Programs Coordinator, or call 919.245.2496.