Gulf Coast Partnership
Gulf Coast Partnership

Together We Can

Access Points
Access Points

Homeless?  We can help!

Sexual & Domestic Abuse
Sexual & Domestic Abuse

Call 941-627-6000 for help

2020 Leader Award
2020 Leader Award

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Housing
Housing

Preventing and ending homelessness

Veterans
Veterans

Effectively ending veteran homelessness

Economic Stability
Economic Stability

Financial education and assistance programs

One Charlotte
One Charlotte

Coordinated Entry Process for Charlotte County

Prevention & Early Intervention
Prevention & Early Intervention

Providing a bright future to our children

Health & Human Services
Health & Human Services

Health & well being for everyone

Safety & Outreach
Safety & Outreach

Community planning and client connections

Community Resources
Community Resources

Call 211 or 941-205-2161 for local resources

GCP Newsletter
GCP Newsletter

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Coordinated Entry Access Points
If you are homeless, access points are the starting point to getting you a place to call home.  Access points are how people begin their journey through the One Charlotte Coordinated Entry Process.  The location...
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Notice of Funding Availibility (NOFA)
This page contains links to all portions of the HUD 2019 CoC Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) Competition for the Gulf Coast Partnership. All documents can be downloaded in PDF form by clicking in the...
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Donate
Your tax-deductible gift goes directly to preventing and ending homelessness in Charlotte County, Florida. You can directly donate to helping us prevent and end homelessness in your community by using PayPal or by using AmazonSmile...
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Recent News

July 15, 2019 Notice of Funding Availability Update

July 15, 2019 Notice of Funding Availability Update

Please visit https://gulfcoastpartnership.org/nofa/ for additional documents recently added to our Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) page including our updated timeline.
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2019 HUD Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) Timeline

2019 HUD Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) Timeline

Gulf Coast Partnership HUD Continuum of Care (CoC) Request for Project Applications (RFA) – 2019 Timeline July 3, 2019 – FY2019 HUD Continuum of Care Program Competition NOFA will be posted emailed to the Continuum of Care. July 11, 2019 – Gulf Coast Partnership 2019 HUD Continuum of Care (CoC)...
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2019 HUD Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA)

2019 HUD Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA)

Click the PDF thumbnail to download the FY2019 CoC Program Competition Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA)
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CIS Data Quality as of July 9, 2019

CIS Data Quality as of July 9, 2019

Data quality reports are generated from the Gulf Coast Partnership’s Community Information System (CIS). These reports provide a snapshot of the quality of data being entered into the county wide database used to help us prevent and end homelessness in Charlotte County. The reports are broken down by agency and...
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WILL THE ISSUE OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING SWING THE 2020 ELECTION?

WILL THE ISSUE OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING SWING THE 2020 ELECTION?

NLIHC's Our Homes, Our Votes: 2020 Special Update Our Homes, Our Votes: 2020 is NLIHC’s non-partisan campaign to register, educate, and mobilize more low-income renters and affordable housing advocates to be involved in voting and to engage candidates for political office on the issue of affordable housing. Presidential candidates are...
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Out of Reach 2019 Released Today

Out of Reach 2019 Released Today

NLIHC released today the 30th anniversary edition of Out of Reach comparing wages and rents throughout the U.S. The report illustrates that rental housing continues to be out of reach for millions of low-wage workers and other extremely low-income renters. On average, a full-time worker in the U.S. must earn...
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One Charlotte Dashboard

One Charlotte is the name of Charlotte County’s Coordinated Entry Process that provides access, assessment, prioritization, and referral to housing for individuals and families experiencing homelessness.  The dashboard tabs provide the following information:

  • Snapshot – Current state of the One Charlotte coordinated entry process.
  • Inflow vs. Outflow – People entering and exiting the process as well as the cumulative effect as the process began full rollout in October 2018.
  • Participation – Overall adoption of coordinated entry by participating agencies.
  • Exits – Housing outcomes and destination information for people leaving the system.
  • Time – Length of time to exit destinations for persons experiencing homelessness.
  • Vulnerability – Displays the vulnerability of persons experiencing homelessness based on the Vulnerability Index – Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT).  The VI-SPDAT, and VI-FSPDAT for families, are triage tools used to determine the level of housing need for individuals and families.

*Use the tabs at the top of the dashboard to switch between the different pages.  Use the drop down categories to filter the data.  Filters are maintained across pages.  Hover over numbers and charts to display more in-depth information.

Enrollment Dashboard

This dashboard shows the currently enrolled clients across the Gulf Coast Partnership Continuum of Care. Use the drop down menu to sort by agency and project type.

Demographics Dashboard

This data dashboard shows the number of new clients each year broken down by demographics. The dashboard is fully interactive and features the ability to sort by project type and filter by each data segment by clicking on directly on the dashboard.

GCP Staff

Angela Hogan
Angela Hogan
CEO

Tracy Hille
Tracy Hille
Chief Operating Officer

Gaither Stephens
Gaither Stephens
Chief Technology Officer

Kelly Hunter
Kelly Hunter
Director of Coordinated Services