Planning & Provider Engagement

OneHeart’s provider partners gather on a monthly basis to discuss matters related to guests, residential life, and OneHeart programming.

As the campus concept was being developed, representatives from many of these agencies were directly involved in small workgroups focusing on campus priority areas: site planning, the referral/intake process, Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) database, life safety, childcare, and the transformation process. In addition, the Native Leadership Circle guided the cultural aspects of the campus, and a Young Adult Advisory Council (comprised of young people who had experienced homelessness, poverty, or foster care themselves) helped to inform staff on how best to serve youth at OneHeart.

CAMPUS

FAST FACTS

  • 4 acres on 100-300 blocks of Kansas City Street
  • 3 residential towers with 89 units total
  • 3 provider buildings
  • 10-15 providers on-site regularly; more on-site intermittently

 

PROVIDER

ENGAGEMENT

  • 200+ individual meetings with providers
  • 65+ providers actively engaged in process
  • 18 memorandums of understanding, to date, from providers who plan to play a role on campus

 

PUBLIC

ENGAGEMENT

  • 5 community events
  • 70+ presentations to service organizations, faith-based organizations, public officials, private businesses, etc.
  • 70+ letters of support received, to date

 

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