Welcome to FMCoC

The Fresno Madera Continuum of Care (FMCoC) is organized, meeting the requirements of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), to provide a comprehensive coordinated homeless housing and services delivery system called a continuum of care (CoC). The Fresno Madera Continuum of Care assists homeless persons to make the critical transition from homelessness to independent or supportive permanent housing; accessing education, health and mental health services, employment training, and life skills development. We are dedicated to increasing community awareness of homeless people and their problems; and the development and implementation of strategies to create permanent solutions to homelessness in our community.
 3 ways to support the 2016 Homeless Point in Time Count
 How to become a 2016 point in time volunteer



2015 Point in Time Unsheltered Survey Locations
Below is a map of locations where unsheltered homeless were surveyed during the 2015 Point-in-Time count. Red marker icons represent unsheltered homeless persons that have been living on the streets for a year or more. Green marker icons represent unsheltered homeless persons that have been on the street for less than a year. If you hover over and click on a marker icon, an info window will pop up. The info window displays the following:

Location (Cross streets or zip code, when cross street information was not obtained, where the survey was conducted)

Zip Code Map (Map area where the volunteer team conducted surveys)

Number of ADULTS (Number of persons 18 and over identified as living in the same household as the person being interviewed)

Number of CHILDREN (Number of persons under the age of 18 identified as living in the same household as the person being interviewed)

Age (Age range or exact age of person being interviewed)

Gender (Male, female, or transgendered – male to female or female to male)

Served in US Armed Forces (Veteran status)

Length of homeless episode – DAYS (Number of consecutive days the person has been unsheltered)


On Tuesday, September 10, 2013, the Fresno County Board of Supervisors adopted a resolution in recognition of the Fresno Madera Continuum of Care's (FMCoC) efforts in increasing monthly housing placements for the homeless in Fresno County by 667%, from an average of 3 per month to 24 per month in 100 days through the 100,000 Homes Campaign.

The 100,000 Homes Campaign is a national movement of communities working together to find permanent homes for 100,000 of the country’s most vulnerable homeless individuals/families and Veterans before the end of 2015. A total of 269 Fresno and Madera County residents have been housed as a result of the FMCoC participation in the 100,000 Homes Campaign. In the last 100 days, 40 housing placements were made, which resulted in a 667% increase in housing placements for the chronically homeless and homeless veteran population. 


Monthly Meetings

Monthly meetings are open to the public.
They are regularly attended by representatives of the Federal, State and City governments, homeless/housing program directors & staff, hospitals, veterans, social service agencies, homeless individuals, police, fire, financial & business community, private sector representatives and the religious community. The meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month. A calendar of our meetings is available here.
Become a Member

General membership consists of homeless supportive and housing service providers, homeless prevention service-agencies, homeless individuals, interested community members, public & nonprofit service providers, local government and local government systems-service entities, businesses, and faith organizations of all denominations.

We encourage and invite you to become a member.

Find out more here