Dayton-Montgomery County Front Door Assessment. National Alliance to End Homelessness First Contact: Creating a Front Door to Your Homelessness System July 13, 2011. Front Door Assessment Overview.
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National Alliance to End Homelessness
First Contact: Creating a Front Door to Your Homelessness System
July 13, 2011
Provider input through meetings and calls at every step of the process. Substantial changes made to every FDA component as a result of this input.
Initially expected July 1st implementation but significant provider concerns in June delayed implementation for a month.
No provider refused to participate in FDA. The concerns expressed before implementation included:
Diversion Plan developed if appropriate
63% of the households scored on the Front Door Assessment are not disabled enough to need PSH or Safe Haven. Need efficient and effective way to get them employed and into affordable housing with appropriate supports.