Committees are the nerve center of TPCH. Committee member oversee and monitor the shared work of TPCH and our members. They provide guidance and expertise to the CoC Board.
Committee members are elected and appointed annually. The annual election occurs in May and is followed by designation of Board appointees later that month. Committee vacancies are identified below. For more information about applying to fill a vacant committee seat, please email tpch@tucsonaz.gov.

The Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Grant Committee provides expertise and guidance to the CoC Board related to the HUD Continuum of Care funding program in Tucson/Pima County.

No current vacancies.

The Coordinated Entry Committee provides expertise, oversight and guidance to the CoC Board related to the TPCH Coordinated Entry System.

Currently 2 vacant seats available for person with lived experience of homelessness in the past 5 years.

The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee monitors diversity, equity, inclusion, and access within the Tucson/Pima homelessness response system and provides expertise and guidance to the CoC Board as it relates to addressing disparity and improving racial equity, LGBTQ+ inclusivity, and non-citizen access.

Currently 1 vacant seat available for person with lived experience of homelessness in the past 5 years.

The Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) Committee provides expertise, oversight and guidance to the CoC Board related to the TPCH Homeless Management Information System.

No current vacancies.

The System Performance Evaluation Committee monitors the effectiveness and efficiency of the Tucson/Pima homelessness response system’s efforts to prevent and end homelessness in the region. The committee provides expertise and guidance to the CoC Board to improve system performance.

No current vacancies.

The Youth Action Committee serves as the youth-led oversight body to the Tucson/Pima Youth Homelessness Demonstration Project. The committee is comprised of youth and young adults with lived experience of homelessness and/or housing instability and provides expertise and guidance to the CoC Board as it relates to strategies to prevent and end youth homelessness.

6 vacancies for youth under the age of 25 with lived experience of homelessness and/or housing instability.

TPCH community coalitions provide open forums for community members, service providers, and people who experience homelessness to share resources and collaborate to advance efforts to prevent and end homelessness. Each coalition has a special area of focus (i.e. veterans, youth homelessness, community outreach, etc.) Visit the link above for a full list of TPCH community coalitions.

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