Texas Balance of State Continuum of Care Governance
The TX BoS CoC Governance Structure
- CoC General Members: Anyone interested in ending homelessness who lives or works in the TX BoS CoC geographic area.
- CoC Board: 15 member decision-making entity elected by the CoC General Members
- Local Homeless Coalitions (LHCs): Local-level groups within the TX BoS CoC that make specific plans to end homelessness in their communities.
- CoC Committees: Groups composed of CoC General Members that carry out the high-level work of the CoC. Committees ensuring that the CoC fulfills all of the requirements established by HUD.
- CoC Collaborative Applicant: The agency that applies for CoC Program funds. In the TX BoS CoC, this role is filled by Texas Homeless Network.
- CoC HMIS Lead Agency: The agency appointed by the CoC to administer and operate HMIS. In the TX BoS CoC, this role is filled by Texas Homeless Network.
- CoC Lead Agency and staff support: The agency appointed by the CoC to carry out the legislatively mandated duties established by the CoC Interim Rule. In the TX BoS CoC, this role is filled by Texas Homeless Network.
You can learn more about how the TX BoS CoC makes decisions and designates leadership by reading the documents below.
TX BoS CoC Governance Documents
The documents governing the Texas Balance of State Continuum of Care activities can be found below. The TX BoS CoC Governance Charter contains links to all of the TX BoS CoC’s Policies and Procedures documents. Review the Guide to TX BoS CoC Governance Documents to learn more about these policies. If you would like to dispute a committee or board election, please fill out the Election Dispute and Violation Reporting Form
2019-2020 TX BoS CoC Board
Congratulations to the newly elected CoC Board members who will join the continuing members in leading the CoC’s policy-making and overseeing the CoC’s work.