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Office to End Homelessness
Norfolk's Office to End Homelessness
The Office to End Homelessness serves to develop a coordinated service strategy both within Norfolk and in collaboration with neighboring localities designed to end homelessness in the City of Norfolk. The office is responsible for:
  • Developing and implementing the City’s Plan to End Homelessness, including identification of key milestones and achievements.
  • Assessing the services, resources, and service delivery continuum in the City of Norfolk and in the region in order to identify service gaps or other strategies that will prevent homelessness
  • Monitoring and evaluating existing city programs designed to combat homelessness, identifying, and securing necessary resources to meet service gaps
  • Serving as a central planning and oversight entity for citywide homelessness prevention or intervention programs
  • Facilitating broad-based community involvement in implementing strategies to end homelessness

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