NORMAN, Okla. (KFOR) – Norman City officials invite community members to participate in one of two public meetings that will be integral to strategic planning to end homelessness in the city and around the world. Cleveland County.
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Both meetings will feature interactive discussions in which residents can talk about the city’s concerns, challenges, opportunities, and aspirations.
Go www.eventbrite.com/e/norman-homelessness-gaps-analysis-community-meeting-tickets-213435319787 to register for the meeting.
City officials have received assistance from Homebase, a nonprofit technical assistance provider, in assessing the city’s response to homelessness and identifying needs and distances. gaps in the system and develop recommendations to improve the city’s approach to homelessness.
Homebase has developed a Homelessness Gap Analysis Report for the city, which can be read at www.normanok.gov/your-go Government/dep domains/planning-and-community-development/grant-programs/homelessness.
Gap analysis identifies seven priority areas:
- Opportunity for safe and affordable housing
- Low barrier housing and day services
- Support services
- Transportation to jobs, services and accommodation
- Coordinating prevention support
- Powerful data collection and analysis
- Coordination and communication to ensure efficient use of limited resources
The analysis also includes more than 40 potential recommendations.
“The City of Norman is seeking public input to help prioritize proposals and gain support moving forward,” the newsletter read.
Community members unable to attend either meeting can read the report above and provide feedback to a survey at www.surveymonkey.com/r/NormanFeedback.
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