Models of Care

Models of Care outline the best practices for the delivery of a homeless system service component to include essential program elements and standards, as well as established performance outcomes specific to each service type.

Through approved community-wide models of care, service programs are therefore held a single standard and accountability of outcomes, based on their program type, and therefore creates equal and transparent comparison of programs when community-wide decisions regarding funding and resource allocations are needed to ensure the homeless system as a whole is functioning efficiently and effectively.


CoC Models of Care: Approved and Adopted

The following models of care were presented to the CoC for input during the 2013 HUD CoC RFP process and subsequently approved and adopted by the THHI board of directors as the lead agency for the CoC, for the Tampa-Hillsborough County CoC.

Model of Care – Transitional Housing

Model of Care – Permanent Housing (Rapid Re-Housing and Permenent Supportive Housing) 

CoC Models of Care: In Development

The following models of care are currently being developed by THHI staff and will be presented to the CoC in draft form for input.

Model of Care – engagement and emergency shelter – DRAFT – 050114

Model of Care – Prevention – DRAFT – 050114

Model of Care – Interim/Bridge Housing (draft pending)