Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP)
The Alliance was awarded $3.7 million and became one of 77 communities across the nation to work with a team of technical assistance providers and implement youth-led strategies to address homelessness for youth and young adults in our region.
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In Spring 2022 and guided by the Mid-Willamette Valley Coordinated Community Plan (CCP) to End Youth Homelessness, the Alliance released a local Request for Proposals and the following related information. The following applications were funded:
Youth Homelessness System Improvement Efforts
In 2024 the Alliance submitted an application for a HUD grant to further develop the youth homelessness system. A range of partners, including Backbone (the CoC’s Youth Action Board), the Youth and Young Adults Subcommittee, and a grant design team were instrumental in crafting the grant application.
HUD awards are expected to be announced in May 2024. More information will be posted, as it is available.
SchoolHouse Connection is a national non-profit organization working to overcome homelessness through education. They provide strategic advocacy and practical assistance in partnership with early childhood programs, schools, institutions of higher education, service providers, families, and youth.
The Runaway and Homeless Youth Training and Technical Assistance Center (RHYTTAC) is the training and technical assistance provider for all federally-funded runaway and homeless youth (RHY) grantees.
Youth Collaboratory harnesses the power of the youth services community to innovate, evaluate, and drive effective strategies that assure the safety and well-being of youth and young adults, unlocking their limitless potential.