Native American Connections
Human Services Planner II
The Continuum of Care Committee is a collaborative of cross-sector stakeholders providing housing and services to people experiencing homelessness in Maricopa County. The purpose of the Committee is to leverage relationships and diverse expertise to actively advance the broad community goals of preventing and ending homelessness throughout the region. The Committee:
Dolores (D.C.) Ernst,
Casework Service Coordinator,
Phoenix Fire Department
Neighborhood Services Program Coordinator,
City of Surprise
Stephanie Crum LMSW,
Outreach and Navigation Manager,
Human Services Campus
Kathy Di Nolfi,
Chief Program Officer,
A New Leaf
DES State Homeless Coordinator,
Arizona Department of Economic Security
Program Data Administrator,
Arizona Behavioral Health Corp
Director, Administration & Housing Services,
Housing Authority of Maricopa County
Michelle Jameson, Co-Chair
U.S. VETS - Phoenix
Anne Marie Johnston,
Associate Director of Housing and Community Integration,
Community Bridges, Inc.
Laura Magruder M.Ed.,
Chief Executive Officer, The Flat House,
Mercy Care AZ
Mesa Police Department
Chicanos Por La Causa
Program Coordinator, Sr.,
Arizona State University
Community Information and Referral
Chief Programs Officer
Save the Family
Phoenix Elementary School District
Stefanie Smith, Co-Chair
Supportive Housing Supervisor,
Native American Connections
Chief Operating Officer,
UMOM New Day Centers
Director, Mission Advancement, Business Development,
Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS)
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