Rural Oregon Continuum of Care

The Rural Oregon Continuum of Care (ROCC) encourages members communities to develop comprehensive systems to address the range of needs of homeless (and at-risk of homelessness) populations by providing a framework for organizing and delivering housing and services. The overall approach is predicated on the understanding that homelessness is not caused merely by a lack of shelter but involves a variety of underlying and unmet needs – physical, economic, and social.

Membership in the ROCC is always open.  Please visit the ROCC Website for more information and a membership application.

Useful links

Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) Best Practices

2019 CoC Funding Competition: Updated Materials

2019 Board Information

2018 CoC Funding Competition: Draft Documents UPDATES

2018 CoC Funding Competition: Updated Materials

2018 CoC Funding Competition: Internal Guidance and Submission Materials


2017 CoC Funding Competition: DRAFT and Submitted Documents

2017 CoC Funding Competition: Review and Ranking Materials

2017 Board Information

2017 CoC Annual Meeting

2015 CoC Continuum of Care Funding Application

2016 CoC Continuum of Care Funding Application