Welcome to Fall River Homeless Service Providers Coalition!
If you are currently homeless or at risk of becoming homeless in Fall River please call for assistance today.
Fall River Coordinated Entry System
The Coordinated Entry System (CES) allows families and individuals to connect to resources to help resolve their housing crisis. CES works to connect the highest need, most vulnerable persons in the community to available housing and supportive services that best fit their needs
The Fall River HSPC seeks to provide quality of life to the formerly homeless and empower them to live as independently as possible.
The Fall River Homeless Service Providers Coalition’s (HSPC) mission is to:
- work towards eradicating homelessness in Fall River, MA
- to improve access to mainstream resources
- to assist in the transition from homelessness through the continuum of care
- to provide supportive services
- to help maintain housing
- to prevent discharge of homeless people to the streets
- and to employ a quality Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) that accurately tracks and counts the homeless.
- Homeless Services:
If you or some you know is homeless or at risk for homelessness please contact us today.
To Whom It May Concern:
A subcommittee consisting of Julie Almond (HealthFirst Family Care Center), Nicole Almeida (BayCoast Bank) Tracy Ibbotson (Steward Healthcare System/St. Anne’s Hospital), Dan Long (BayCoast Bank) Janet Ricchardi (United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley), Meg Rogers (United Way of Greater Fall River), and Anna Thomas (Together We Stand) met on August 23, 2022, to review and rank the renewal projects that will be part of the Fall River CoC application this year.
After careful thought and consideration, the subcommittee formulated the ranking of the seven
(7) programs for the CoC application that you will find below. In reaching this decision, the subcommittee took into consideration the importance of several factors: utilization of contract funds from prior years as well as a review of programmatic performance measures. Please note that the performance indicator of percent of participants with zero income entry was not factored due to all projects’ performance on this being below the HUD minimum (80%).
The recommendation committee is grateful for the opportunity to be a part of the review process and appreciative of the time that representatives from all projects gave in meeting with us to explain “their respective projects and answer all of our questions.
2. The Call- Coordinated Entry
3. Next Step Home
5. Stone Residence
6. Home First
7. Francis House
Thank you for your consideration,
The Ranking and Review Committee Julie Almond
Nicole·Almeida Tracy Ibbotson Dan Long Janet Ricchardi Meg Rogers Anna Thomas
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R&R Comm Memo and Scoring Tool