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The Strategic Plan to End Chronic Homelessness in Nashville 2005-2015

The Metropolitan Homelessness Commission was created to implement the city's strategic Ten Year Plan to End Chronic Homelessness.

The plan was created in 2004 by a task force and lists the following primary areas of focus for the Commission:

1. A coordinated and focused approach to ending chronic homelessness;

2. Accountability for implementation of the Ten Year Plan;

3. Participation of all stakeholders including homeless persons;

4. Maintenance of accurate, current data on homeless populations;

5. Alignment and/or realignment of policies, services, and funding decisions with the Ten Year Plan;

6. Education of the public, service providers, and other interested parties on the Ten Year Plan;

7. Development and allocation of new resources for plan initiatives; and

8. Ongoing evaluation and revision of the Ten Year Plan.

Please review our city's Strategic Plan to End Chronic Homelessness in Nashville.

Strategic Plan to End Chronic Homelessness in Nashville