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2015 Point In Time Homeless Count. The Importance of Community Participation. Key Contacts. Scott Ciambor - Alaska Coalition on Housing and Homelessness s cott.ciambor@alaska.gov 907-465-5114 Carrie Collins – Alaska Housing Finance Corporation ccollins@ahfc.us 907–330-8276.

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2015 point in time homeless count

2015 Point In Time Homeless Count

The Importance of Community Participation

key contacts
Key Contacts
  • Scott Ciambor - Alaska Coalition on Housing and Homelessness
    • scott.ciambor@alaska.gov
    • 907-465-5114
  • Carrie Collins – Alaska Housing Finance Corporation
    • ccollins@ahfc.us
    • 907–330-8276
important dates
Important Dates
  • Point In Time Count – Evening of January 27, 2015
  • Project Homeless Connect – January 28, 2015
why is the point in time count important
Why is the Point In Time Count Important?
  • Continuum of Care Funding – FFY14 Permanent Supportive Housing Bonus Project
  • VASH and Youth Federal Funding
  • Community Advocacy