Community Technology Alliance
Creating the technical infrastructure needed to address issues of homelessness and poverty
Data around homelessness and poverty is often fragmented. CTA helps combine data streams from multiple agencies for a more comprehensive view of the challenge.
Partnership start date: 2015
Total funding committed: $772,338
Sustainable Development Goals:
- No Poverty (1)
- Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure (9)
- Reduced Inequalities (10)
Region: United States
What they do
Community Technology Alliance was founded in 1991 in Santa Clara County, California with the aim of developing technology to help end homelessness in the region. Since then, it has evolved into a national nonprofit that works with nonprofits and public service agencies to help them better exchange data on homelessness in order to work more collaboratively.
What our partnership does
Tableau Foundation works with CTA to run a Data Fellowship that trains nonprofit and public service officers in data standardization and analytics. Through the Fellowship, Tableau Foundation and CTA are advancing the ways in which data-centered collaboration can help address the homelessness crisis.
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Data finds a meaningful role in fight against homelessness
Learn how CTA's work in Monterey, California to create a system that combines data from the 16 different agencies is delivering more support to people in homelessness.Read More