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Revitalizing, Reshaping, and Renewing
Community-Driven Housing, Support, and Services in Rural Alabama!
We are....ONE ARCH 

ARCH is dedicated to addressing homelessness in rural communities and making a positive impact through our collaborative efforts. We would like to acknowledge and express our gratitude to our financial invested members who play a crucial role in supporting our mission. Please note that the following list represents our financial members but is not inclusive of other stakeholders who also contribute to the work and vision of ARCH.


Our CoC membership is vital to the success of our initiatives. By joining ARCH as a member, you become an integral part of our network, collaborating with like-minded professionals, organizations, and agencies working towards ending homelessness in rural Alabama. Your support and involvement directly contribute to the impact we make in the lives of individuals, families, and communities affected by homelessness.


We recognize the diverse range of stakeholders that contribute to the success of the CoC. This includes but is not limited to government entities, service providers, faith-based organizations, advocacy groups, and community members. We value your expertise, perspectives, and commitment to improving the lives of those experiencing homelessness.


If you are interested in becoming a member of ARCH, we encourage you to explore our membership benefits and join our growing network of dedicated individuals and organizations. Together, we can create sustainable solutions and work towards ending homelessness in rural communities throughout Alabama.


Thank you for your ongoing support and dedication to our shared mission!  

Membership Form 

Please fill out the membership form available here: Invoices and a payment link will be sent to the address or email you provide for billing purposes. 



Membership of the Alabama Balance of State CoC should consist of interested individuals and representatives from relevant organizations within the geographic area.

Relevant organizations include nonprofit homeless assistance providers, victim service providers, faith-based organizations, governments, local chambers of commerce, local development authorities, businesses, advocates, local housing authorities, school districts, social service providers, mental health agencies, hospitals, colleges, technical schools, universities, affordable housing developers, landlords, law enforcement, and organizations that serve veterans and homeless and formerly homeless individuals.


The BoS Continuum has an open membership recruitment process for individuals and representatives who are interested in becoming a formal Member of the Balance of State Continuum of Care.

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