Federal, State, and Local Strategic Plans: Network of Partners
Ending homelessness is a very difficult goal to reach. It will not be achieved by a single agency. That's why Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA) works with a wide network of partners to provide affordable housing options. These groups include public, private, for-profit, and non-profit organizations (Michigan's Campaign to End Homelessness).
Interagency Council on Homelessness includes the Michigan Department of Education (MDE). The MDE's Office of Field Services McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Program's Grant Coordinators represent and participate with their regional Continuum of Care.
The Grant Coordinator of Clare, Gladwin, and Midland counties represents and participates with Region 5: East Central Michigan's Clare-Gladwin Continuum of Care and Midland Continuum of Care.
For more information click here. To view the Continuum of Care Agency Listings see form directly below.
2-1-1 Northeast Michigan
2-1-1 is a free, easy-to-remember telephone number that connects people in need with people who can help - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 2-1-1 serves 23 counties. Included in the 23 counties served are Clare, Gladwin, and Midland counties.
This flow chart is a visual aid of the Clare-Gladwin Continuum of Care and its representatives from local agencies of Clare and Gladwin Counties. The flow chart demonstrates how the local agencies work together to remove potential barriers and eliminate homelessness.
Clare Gladwin Continuum of Care
The Clare-Gladwin Continuum of Care is a sub-committee of the Clare County and Gladwin County Collaboratives made up of representatives from 18 agencies. The vision of this housing group is a shared effort to provide direct leadership to prevent and reduce homelessness, and to increase safe and affordable housing opportunities, accomplished through outreach, community building, sharing of resources, and creating solutions.
Created by Midland County ESA and updated in 2017
Midland Continuum of Care
The Midland County Continuum of Care is a collaborative made up of representatives from 19 agencies with the mission of providing housing-related services to those who are homeless or living in substandard housing. The Continuum of Care promotes safe, supportive shelter and affordable housing for all.