Welcome to the combined websites of the Toledo Lucas County Homelessness Board (TLCHB) and the Toledo Area Alliance to End Homelessness (TAAEH).
To Applicable Agencies:
Toledo Lucas County Homelessness Board will release and review grant applications for the FY 2013 U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Continuum of Care Program for NEW projects on Monday, Dec. 9, 2013 @ 1:00 p.m. at Toledo Business Technology Center, 1946 N. 13th St., Conference Room B (4th Floor) Toledo, Ohio. ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY FOR ALL 2013 NEW PROJECT APPLICANTS. Contact Thomas Bonnington, Executive Director, to register. 419-244-9440 or email@example.com
In accordance with the NOFA, all CoC applications need to be submitted to e-SNAP’s by close of business January 3, 2014. So that the CRC process can begin, all CoC funded agencies must submit their most recent program APRs and full agency budgets to TLCHB electronically by 5:00 pm on November 29, 2013.
All applicants are encouraged to read the HUD notices and visit CoC Program Updates at http://www.hudhre.info.
Reference Materials & CoC Documentation
FY2013 Grant Inventory Workbook
CoC Program NOFA Policy Requirements and General Technical Correction
FY2013-2014 CoC Program NOFA
FY2013 CoC Program FONSI
FY2013 CoC Program Registration Notice
FY2013 NOFA Policy Requirements and General Section
Reference materials and CoC documentation can also be found on our Resources page.
Toledo HMIS regularly monitors the quality of data from Contributing HMIS Organizations, as well as their compliance with security and privacy policies. The results of those monitoring activities for September 2013 are now available below. To help with reading and understanding the CHO Performance Tracker, we have developed a short guide.
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
University of Toledo – Scott Park Campus
9:45 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
9:00 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.
Morning session begins with a keynote from Joyce Probst-MacAlpine, Assistant Director Housing and Homeless Solutions at the Montgomery County Office of Family and Children First, followed by a presentation from Michael Marsh, President and CEO of the Toledo Fair Housing Center. In the afternoon, the focus will be on the community’s continuum of care process and plan to end homelessness.
RSVP, agenda, and other information can be found at our Congress page.
In November 2012, TLCHB adopted formal performance indicators and targets for calendar year 2013. Today, Toledo HMIS published the third in an indefinite series of quarterly reports on the performance of homeless service programs participating in the Toledo HMIS project. From today’s report:
As a whole, participating programs are meeting a majority of the performance targets adopted for 2013. Emergency Shelter met all but one target, and Permanent Supportive Housing met all but two targets for the third quarter 2013.
Transitional Housing and Rapid-Re-Housing programs met roughly half of their respective targets for 2013. Transitional housing programs saw marked improvements in recidivism, but also experienced a decline in permanent housing outcomes and income improvement. Rapid Re-Housing programs just fell short of targets in permanent housing outcomes, recidivism, and employment outcomes.