Atlanta Continuum of Care

The Atlanta Continuum of Care

The Atlanta CoC is comprised of over 150 nonprofit, government business and community stakeholders dedicated to ending homelessness the City of Atlanta. 

The Continuum of Care is a HUD program that promotes community-wide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness and provides funding for efforts by nonprofit providers and state and local governments to quickly rehouse people impacted by homelessness. The Atlanta CoC works with Partners for HOME to execute its strategies to end homelessness in the City.   

The Atlanta CoC is an unincorporated association led by a Governing Council with committee and workgroup engagement for members including:

Atlanta CoC

Click a link to the right to learn more about the Atlanta CoC or get involved. 

Governing Council

The Atlanta Continuum of Care is governed by a distinguished group of stakeholders that represent 
nonprofit, government, business and community constituents in the City of Atlanta. 

Laura W. Beggs
Division of Family & Child Services

Ann Brown
Department of Veterans Affairs

Kellie Bryson
Youth Advisory Board

Julio Carrillo
Hope Atlanta

Jason Dozier
Atlanta City Council

Natalie Hall
Fulton County

Tracie Harps
Client Advisory Committee

Robert E. Herrera, Rank + Review Chair
Points of Light

Erica Headlee
The Home Depot Foundation

Tracy Jones
Atlanta Housing

Deborah Lonon
City of Atlanta

Leslie Marshburn
Grady Health System

Erika Mitchell
Atlanta Public School Board

Amelia Nickerson
First Step Staffing

Marc Pollack
RangeWater Real Estate

Debra Robinson

Maxwell Ruppersburg
Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities

Brad Schweers
Intown Cares

Meaghan Shannon-Vlkovic, Chair
Enterprise Community Partners 

Sam Shenbaga
Atlanta Regional Commission

Sean Smith
New Horizon Baptist Church

Cathryn Vassell
Partners for HOME

Matt Westmoreland
Atlanta City Council

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