List below includes all the different task forces working together on important actions. To reach meeting archives faster, please select one directly.
Usually monthly on 4th Tuesdays at 9am
CFCH meetings are open to any provider, advocate or concerned citizen interested in collaborating to End Homelessness in Central Florida.
Sealing and Expungements
Introduction to Change in Motion
Meet Doctors United
Vaccine Tracking in HMIS
Understanding Power, Privlege & Social Advantage
Orange County Public Schools
System Performance Measures
Myths about COVID-19 Vaccines
Vaccine Preparedness Guide
Motivational Interviewing Panel
2020 HUD Awards
County Prevention Strategies
DOH Updates on Vaccination Efforts
Central Florida Homeless Response System – COVID Update
Ensuring Vaccine Preparedness for Central Florida
Path to Inclusive Resilience Conversation
The Sharing Center – Oasis
SALT Mobile Day Services
Matthews Hope Ministries
Samaritan Resource Center
Sexual Harassment in Housing
Making Adjustments during COVID
SSVF Success Stories
Get Out the Vote/ Voter
Our CoC’s COVID19 Response
Census 2020: Updates
Meeting days for each committee varies, usually monthly or bi-monthly.
Technical Expertise Committee (TEC)
Formerly the Planning Committee.
This committee provides the CFCH Managing Board with technical guidance around preventing and ending homelessness in Central Florida. They review system/project-level data, provide feedback to other CFCH committees, recommend system-level strategies for implementation/operations, provide guidance during community crisis and aid in regional cross-sectoral collaboration.
- Lived Experience Council (LEC)
This committee advises the CFCH Managing Board on strategies for preventing and ending veteran homelessness. This group is made up of representatives working directly with the homeless veteran subpopulation as well as community advocates.
Youth Work Group
This workgroup is composed of individuals who work with our region’s homeless youth population. They provide the CFCH Managing Board with guidance on matters affecting this sub-population and recommending strategies for properly resourcing youth providers. This group takes the lead on the region’s YHDP application.
Formerly CoC Board
Usually meets monthly on 2nd Wednesdays.