Membership in the PCCEH is open to any organization or individual that embraces the mission, values, and goals of the PCCEH. The organization or individual must have an interest in understanding and addressing the issues related to homelessness, and a desire to participate in some way in the most current PCCEH approved strategic plan to end homelessness in Pinal County.
Voting opportunities will be brought forth to the membership, including leadership elections, and other official PCCEH business. Voting rights will be assigned to one individual within each member organization, as designated by that organization. An individual member not associated with an organization shall be assigned one vote.
To become a member and remain in good standing, an organization must:
- Submit a completed membership form to email@example.com.
- Attend a minimum of 50% of the PCCEH meetings as documented by sign in sheets.
- Participate in one committee or work-group of the PCCEH during the calendar year.
- If agency is a housing service provider, a representative from the agency must regularly participate in the monthly PCCEH HMIS / Case Conferencing / Coordinated Entry Committee meetings.