Norman, Cleveland County, OK

Community Name:
Norman/Cleveland County CoC
Population:
Medium (>100,000 people)
Type:
Largely Suburban
Functional Zero:
Veteran (Jan 2017)

Overview

The Oklahoma community of Norman/Cleveland County CoC has been part of the Built for Zero movement since its inception. They reached functional zero for veteran homelessness in September of 2016. The city of Norman is the seat of Cleveland County and is located 17 miles south of the state capital, Oklahoma City.


Key Milestones

January 2015

Joined Built for Zero

Norman, Cleveland County joined Built for Zero, a national movement of more than 80 cities and counties committed to measurably ending homelessness.

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September 2016

Achieved quality by-name data (Veteran)

Norman, Cleveland County built a comprehensive real-time, by-name list of all veterans experiencing homelessness in the community.

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December 2016

Achieved quality by-name data (Chronic)

Norman, Cleveland County built a comprehensive real-time, by-name list of all single adults experiencing chronic homelessness in the community.

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January 2017

Achieved functional zero for veteran homelessness

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Homelessness is solvable.

Communities in the Built for Zero movement are proving it.

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