KCHC adopts a new Governing Charter, establishing a Governing Board of fifteen members that replaces the Steering Committee. The Governing Charter complies with the most recent federal regulations and guidelines of the HEARTH Act. 

 

The Governing Board explores local gaps and duplication in efforts, increases community coordination and planning, and empowers Committees to focus on the strategic work of ending and preventing homelessness.

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