The Oklahoma Governor’s Interagecy Council on Homelessness (OK GICH) is a 25 member advisory body composed of public, private and nonprofit representatives working together to end homelessness in Oklahoma.
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Location: Homeless Alliance WestTown Center, 1724 NW 4th Street, OKC
Location: Mental Health Association Oklahoma, 400 N. Walker Ave., OKC
From November 4 to December 6, 2018, we received completed surveys from 653 respondents across the state providing valuable guidance for the 2019-2023 Oklahoma Plan to End Homelessness (Oklahoma Plan). A summary of responses can be found here. A draft of the plan is expected to be presented to the Council in February. For additional information, please contact Rebekah Zahn-Pittser at (405) 815-5373 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Federal Strategic Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness can be viewed here.
The OK GICH Employment, Education and Training Committee serves as Oklahoma’s IPS Steering Committee. To learn more about IPS, please visit ipsworks.org.
Positive Tomorrows has assembled a packet of information regarding access to free and appropriate public education for children experiencing homelessness.
Rebekah Zahn-Pittser Phone: (405) 815-5373