Delaware Continuum of Care

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Continuum of Care Membership


Anyone interested in addressing homelessness in our communities is welcome to attend the quarterly public CoC Membership meetings and join the DE CoC.

For more information about the DE CoC, becoming a member, or attending meetings, submit a Membership Application.

2023 Membership Meetings

January 18, 2023 from 10:00am-12:00pm

April 19, 2023 from 10:00am-12:00pm

July 19, 2023 from 10:00am-12:00pm


DE-CoC Committees

Helps develop the DE-CoC advocacy agenda and promotes solutions to prevent and end homelessness among community members, local and state leaders, and elected officials.

Analyzes the negative impacts of homelessness on people and communities of color, identifies racial disparities in homelessness, and proposes action steps for moving toward a more equitable future in Delaware.

Provides feedback and analysis of Delaware’s Centralized Intake process and makes recommendations for improvement (Members of this committee are appointed by the CoC Board).

Identifies gaps in services or service connections and develops strategies for enhancing or expanding access to these services for persons experiencing homelessness in Delaware. 

Annually reviews the DE-CoC membership for compliance with HUD membership requirements, identifies gaps in participation, and provides recommendations for strategic engagement and recruitment of new members.

Helps to identify and analyze gaps, evaluate performance, and recommend solutions for improvement of the DE-CoC homeless service system.


Delaware's Action Plan to End Homelessness

Ending homelessness means that we have a responsive and accessible system of supports that:

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Prevents homelessness 

whenever possible

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 appropriate crisis shelter

to all people & families in need

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Quickly helps people move back into housing

in the community

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 housing stability supports

so that no one returns to homelessness

When we end homelessness in Delaware, homelessness will be rare, brief, and non-recurring. We believe that this can be achieved by engaging each person with a strength-based approach that builds on their resilience, reduces their risks, and improves their lives from the safety and dignity of their own homes.