Partner Across Tulsa to Build Solutions and Access Resources
Strategies & Accomplishments
A | Increase community support.
Increase community support for people exiting homelessness through partnerships with employers, faith-based organizations, businesses, volunteers, formerly homeless individuals, and other community members.
Seated Leadership Council, launched task groups.
Launched Housing Solutions, with growing staffing aligned with plan goals.
Circulated regular newsletter via email about local opportunities, data, & advocacy efforts.
Created data dashboards and performance sharing reports.
Built partnerships with agencies committed to ending homelessness in Tulsa.
Coordinated community-wide volunteer efforts.
Hired a full-time Lived Experience Coordinator.
Increased partnership with faith-based organizations to expand winter shelter.
Received formal permission from tribal nations for the CoC Application.
Participated in the Seminole Nation Domestic Violence event.
Identify leadership to support plan implementation.
Distributed over $26M for rental assistance and homelessness prevention.
Created of City of Tulsa Affordable Housing Trust Fund for loans, grants, developer incentives, rental assistance, and landlord incentives.
Participated in the HUD Equity Demonstration Project.
Started building Participant Advisory Group membership and practices.
Increased engagement with people with lived experience of homelessness on Participant Advisory Group (PAG), Youth Action Board (YAB) and in the community.
B | Increase state and federal support.
Improve data collection and sharing across the systems of care serving people experiencing homelessness.
Built partnerships with Tulsa Housing Authority, Tulsa Police Department, Tulsa Fire Department, and CSC and ACTION Tulsa.
Updated and improved data dashboards on website and performance sharing reports.
Participated in Statewide HMIS governance.
Partnered on the Asemio project for education data.
Increase inflow of federal, state and local resources for ending and preventing homelessness.
Received $500k HOPWA Competitive grant.
Received over $700k in ARPA funds from local jurisdictions.
Received $300k for DVIS-TDC Collaboration.
Received over $370k from the MacArthur Foundation for Just Home Project.