The Eaton County Continuum of Care (CoC) is a workgroup of the Health and Human Services Collaborative. The purpose of the CoC is to assist, identify, and provide for the creation of a continuum of the care and assistance provided for short and long-term housing and shelter needs for the household of limited resources in Eaton County. The CoC is a community based association of organizations, agencies, and individuals concerned with housing and shelter needs and concerns in Eaton County, Michigan.
The CoC is the applicant for the Emergency Solutions Grant from MSHDA and a HUD grant from the federal government. As the applicant, it is also the CoC's responsibility to oversee the agencies administration of these funds.
CoC Meeting Information
The CoC meets the second Monday of every month at 9:00 am in the lower level conference room of the Barry-Eaton District Health Department (1033 Health Care Drive, Charlotte MI) unless noted otherwise on their meeting schedule below.
CoC 2020 Regular Meeting Schedule
The Eaton CoC sub-committee, the Strategies and Grants Work Group, develops processes and procedures for receiving and designating grants funds and the long and short term range strategies to assist households of limited resources in Eaton County. Meetings are as needed, see current schedule below. Strategies and Grants Work Group meetings are held at 9:00 am at Peckham Inc. in Charlotte (945 Reynolds Road, Charlotte MI).
CoC 2020 Strategies and Grants Work Group meetings