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Robust case managing to help guests design and implement an Individual Case Plan to transition our of homelessness.
Help improve health by providing referrals to local mental and physical healthcare and other resources.
Helping children and youth engage in education and stay in school.
GNA has been nambed Cochise County Lead Agency by the Arizona Department of Housing (ADOH) Balance of State continuum of Care.
GNA Leadership is busy at the state level to help determine strategies to maintain funding from Housing and Urban Development for Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) in Cochise County. PSH provides housing to those who are Seriously Mentally Ill.
Good Neighbor Alliance has coordinated the annual Point in Time Count which is an unfunded mandate by HUD. This data ultimately makes it to Congress to help determine funding for homeless programs in Cochise County.
GNA has the PATH contract to identify chronically homeless throughout Cochise County who are seriously mentally ill and get them plugged into mainstream services, particularly mental healthcare. This is funded by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS).
The PATH team oversees the GNA Day Shower Program for our homeless neighbors or those without utilities.
GNA has contract with ADOH for Rapid Rehousing and Eviction Prevention to aid homeless (not chronic) with short-term financial assistance for rent and move in deposits.
GNA leads the way when dealing with homeless individuals suffering from Substance Use Disorder or Serious Mental Illness.
The systmatic procedures used by GNA are the first steps toward housing this vulnerable population. Only one other organization in Cochise County can do these procedures in house
Cochise County was the first county to get HUD-VASH program after Maricopa and Pima due to the efforts of GNA.