The Orange County Partnership to End Homelessness (OCPEH) is a coalition of service providers, local governments, and community members who work together to coordinate funding and bring best practices to the work of ending homelessness in Orange County.

The Partnership is jointly funded by 4 local governments:

Check out the Orange County homeless service System Map and the system Gaps Analysis, last updated June 2019.

For detailed info on the Partnership check out the OCPEH Governance Charter.

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In The News...

October 28, 2019

Project Connect Postponed!

Project Connect will be postponed until January 2020 - this new event will try something new: combining the Project Connect service event with the annual Point-in-Time count. More to come about this reconfigured event.

June 24, 2019

Data Data Data

Did you know the average length of time homeless in Orange County is 340 days? This is an increase from last year's average of 272 days. Currently 33% of people served in our homeless system exit to permanent housing, and 18% return to homelessness. The numbers of people experiencing homelessness is about flat, we have seen a 3% decrease of 135 people on one night in 2010 to 131 people in 2019. From 2010 to 2018, nationwide these numbers decrease 15% and statewide 24%. We can see similar decreases in Orange County by filling our Homeless System Gaps.

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