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The Westchester Continuum of Care Partnership to End Homelessness (CoC) will host their annual meeting on priorities online Sept. 30, 2021 at 10 a.m. The mission of the Westchester Continuum of Care Partnership to End Homelessness is to coordinate all of the stakeholders, systems and resources available to prevent and end homelessness in Westchester County.

We want to hear from you about Westchester County’s:

This meeting is your opportunity to help determine what improvements can be made to our system for preventing and ending homelessness in Westchester County. Anyone wishing to attend can do so by following the links below:

Join the meeting via Zoom or YouTube.

.Registration is not required. Simply use one of the links above to join at the time of the meeting. The session will last approximately 90 minutes. This session will be recorded. A computer or device with audio capability must be used to view/attend this session.

About the Meeting on Priorities

Each year, in accordance with the policies of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Westchester CoC hosts a meeting open to the public. This insures the Westchester community can inform and determine the priorities of the CoC as it serves people experiencing homelessness in the county.

All attendees are welcome to propose priorities in housing, eviction prevention and other services to assist people facing homelessness in Westchester County. Attendees who would like to present will be required to indicate this intention in advance by emailing .

Presentations will be limited to three minutes. Presentations can be made via Zoom. Alternatively, presenters who do not feel comfortable with public speaking or do not have access to the technology needed to participate online, will have the option to submit a written letter to be read during the meeting.

About the Westchester Continuum of Care Partnership to End Homelessness 

The Westchester County Continuum of Care Partnership to End Homelessness is a public/private partnership including governmental agencies, non-profit and for-profit entities providing housing and services to people experiencing homelessness. Continuum of Care Partnerships (CoC) exist all over the United States. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development requires any organization seeking federal funding for housing or services for people experiencing homelessness belong to their local CoC.