Ending homelessness is both radical and simple - radical in the sense that Guilford County can END a social problem in our community, yet simple in that it recognizes a home as the beginning point for building our lives.
Guilford County is a service rich community, full of service providers committed to helping end homelessness. Goals of the Partnership include fostering teamwork between providers, enhancing awareness of and access to available services, and the creation of new partnerships through agency collaborations.
We believe that through strong partnerships and a coordinated effort on the part of businesses, social service agencies, the faith community and all citizens, Guilford County will be a community that ends homelessness. It will take all of us. Get involved.
Partners Ending Homelessness supports the development of an effective service system by functioning as the hub for information sharing and training about issues related to homelessness. We actively seek to serve as the central resource for real-time community-level data allowing for findings to be shared with appropriate stakeholders, including public and private service providers, funders and policy makers in the region to identify and promote new ways to respond to homelessness.
There are two upcoming PEH Academy Trainings in May. A training on Ethical Boundaries for Homeless Service professionals will be held on May 14th at 9 AM at West End Ministries. Click here to register. The Veterans Experiencing Homelessness training will be held on Thursday, May 16th from 9:30 to 11:30 AM at the United Way of Greater Greensboro. To register for this event please click here.
The 5th annual Home Run for Homelessness event with the Greensboro Grasshoppers wil be on June 30th! Group tickets are on sale now! Check out our events page for more information!
PEH hosted a Transitional Housing Conclave on April 16. To view the notes from that meeting, visit our Continuum of Care page.