The ABA Commission on Homelessness and Poverty and the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans are driving replication of the HCP by expounding its purpose, process, and potential. These efforts include the annual Stand Down in San Diego and workshops tailored to the needs of local communities. Collaborative partners can observe the HCP in session, allowing them to ask questions and measure written materials against the reality of a live HCP hearing. This provides the foundation to explore opening an HCP in their own communities and to create an implementation action plan. Serving Those Who Serve Our Country, a DLA Piper pro bono signature project, also supports the HCP. DLA Piper attorneys dedicate over 500 hours each year to counseling and representing HCP clients, to supporting the provider network and trainings, and to giving technical assistance to the HCP and the public defender’s office. Their commitment to helping those in need sustains HCP efforts on the local and national level.