The Council to Homeless Persons (CHP) is governed and managed by a Board of Directors who work in conjunction with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
The Board’s key role is to set, revise and monitor CHP’s culture, strategy, and risk management approach and to appoint the CEO. The Directors are elected by the members, and tend to be drawn from the specialist homelessness sector, academia and specialist areas such as law and accounting.
The CEO is responsible for the day-to-day functions of CHP within the framework of policies and strategic guidelines established by the Board.
Read about the Board here.
The Council to Homeless Persons (CHP) 2016 – 2019 strategic plan (the Plan) supports the Board’s vision for tackling homelessness in Victoria. The plan is strongly evidence based, grounded in consumer experience and developed through considered cross-sector consultation.
It also provides CHP with the opportunity to reflect on its priorities for tackling homelessness over the next 3 years.
You can learn more about our work in our annual reports.
The September 2016 edition: Responding to Indigenous Homelessness in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand
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