Help Hope Home : Feature

hhh-logo2-with-websiteHelp Hope Home is Southern Nevada’s coordinated regional approach to assist individuals and families achieve stable and sustainable lives.

Bitfocus, Inc. as member of the Southern Nevada Regional Planning Coalition’s Committee on Homelessness :: Public Awareness Working Group, donated the initial design/development, ongoing support, hosting, and maintenance of the Help Hope Home website.

The goal of the Help Hope Home website is to provide regional community information and coordination on the Help Hope Home initiatives.  Non-profit agencies can find grant related information, volunteers can sign up to be a part of the Project Homeless Connect, and the community at large can view the progress of the implementation plan.

Bitfocus, Inc. is a member of the following sub-committees:

  • Homeless Prevention Working Group
  • HMIS Working Group
  • Public Awareness Working Group
  • COH Technical Working Group
  • Providers Group

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