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Coordinated Services Agreement

Alliance for Housing

Coordinated Services Agreement MOU

*This document is valid for 2 years, 2024-2026. If there needs to be an update with your agency information, such as agency name change, please email Julia at: 

Alliance Coordinated Services Agreement Client ROI

The following organizations have entered into the Oakland County Coordinated Services Agreement:

  1. Catholic Community Response Team (CCRT)

  2. CNS Healthcare

  3. Community Housing Network (CHN)

  4. Disability Network Eastern Michigan

  5. Easterseals MORC, Inc.

  6. Gesher Human Services

  7. HAVEN Inc.

  8. HOPE Shelters

  9. Jewish Family Service of Metro Detroit

  10. Kids Empowered on the Move

  11. Lakeshore Legal Aid

  12. Mary's Mantle

  13. Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS)

  14. Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA) Housing Agents

  15. Nation Outside

  16. Neighborhood House

  17. Oakland Community Health Network (OCHN)

  18. Oakland County Health Division

  19. Oakland County Michigan Works!

  20. Oakland County Neighborhood & Housing Development 

  21. Oakland County Sheriff’s Office

  22. Oakland County Veteran Services

  23. Oakland Family Services

  24. Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency (OLHSA)

  25. Oakland Mediation Center

  26. Safe & Sound Ministries

  27. Safe Housing Outreach Ministry

  28. South Oakland Citizens for the Homeless - Welcome Inn

  29. South Oakland Shelter dba Lighthouse

  30. Street Democracy
  31. Training and Treatment Innovations (TTI)

  32. VA Detroit Healthcare System 

  33. Volunteers of America MI

The agencies will work together, as part of the Continuum of Care (CoC) and the network of housing/homeless service providers, to coordinate services for individuals and households in need of above named. The housing related assistance. This agreement will allow for the CoC to locate program participants to link with services, verify occasions of homelessness for third-party verification, and refer to additional community resources and programs, and other scenarios to assist the program participant in resolving their housing crisis.

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