Thomas Jefferson Area Coalition for the Homeless
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The Thomas Jefferson Area Coalition for the Homeless (TJACH) is a broad-based coalition of individuals and organizations working to end homelessness in our region through strategic planning, coordination of services, and public education/advocacy on the causes and impacts of homelessness. Each year they conduct a "point-in-time" survey of homeless individuals in the area. TJACH is a program of the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission.
- Kaki Dimock, Executive Director
- Web. The Haven 2.0, Changes at the day shelter raise questions about the plight of the homeless in Charlottesville, Lisa Provence, C-VILLE Weekly, Portico Publications, 30 July 2014, retrieved 30 July 2014.