Leading the Way Home

The Homeless Plan

Palm Beach County's Plan to End Homelessness

Leading the Way Home
Homeless and Housing Alliance of Palm Beach County

Leading the Way Home

Palm Beach County's Plan to Break the Cycle of Homelessness

Community Services
Palm Beach County

Palm Beach County Homeless Plan Report

The Palm Beach County Homeless Continuum of Care, known as the Homeless and Housing Alliance (HHA) was charged with the implementation of The Ten-Year Plan. The Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners formed the Homeless Advisory Board (HAB) in 2007 to oversee and fund the goals of the plan. The Palm Beach County Division of Human Services (HSCA), acting as the backbone organization, was charged with oversight of the homeless system of care. HSCA worked closely with service providers, the private sector, government and faith-based entities to meet the established goals of the plan. This plan serves as the framework for the policies and programs that address homelessness in the community. Leading the Way Home builds upon the successes of The Ten-Year Plan to End Homelessness, focusing on the development of a robust coordinated service delivery system to ensure that every homeless person has a place to call home.

Leading the Way Home Report
Leading the Way Home Report

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Questions regarding Leading the Way Home:

To contact the PBC Board of County Commissioners or Department Staff, visit:

PBSO Referral Form for Homeless Outreach Team