2018 Continuum of Care Competition

    • Last Modified: Sep 16, 2018 @ 11:28 am (PST)
    • This page holds updated information about the 2018 Continuum of Care Competitive Application Process. Please check back often.

 


Full Application (September 16th, 2018)

  • CoC Application: [pdf]
  • Project Listing: [pdf]

HUD Resources


Applicant Timeline

Notices were published in the following places and on the following dates: TLCHB Website (07/6/2017); Toledo Blade (7/8/2018 | 7/12/2018); La Prenza (07/12/2017); Sojourner Truth (07/12/2017); Facebook (07/12/2018)

  • Monday, July 16th, 2018: Application documents are posted to TLCHB Website
  • Monday, July 16th, 2018: Application Training Meeting (Renewal & New)
  • Friday, August 10th, 2018 by 4 PM EST: Applications are Due to TLCHB (electronic)
  • Wednesday, August 29th, 2018: Project Notification of Acceptance/Rankings
  • Wednesday, September 5th, 2018: Project Applications must be input into eSnaps (initial entry)
  • Wednesday, September 12th, 2018: All Application revisions must be updated in eSnaps

Application Documents – Published: July 16th, 2018

    • Download All Application Documents [zip] (Updated on 08/01/2018)
    • 2018 CoC Grant Application FAQ [pdf] (Updated 08/10/2018, revised 1059am)
    • A PDF fillable copy of the HUD-2991 document can be found here.
    • 2018 January HIC Reports [zip] (Added 08/08/2018)

    • Indidivudal files have been removed. Please download the most up-to-date files in the zip file above.

Notices


 

ATTENTION: CALL FOR NEW FY 2018 CoC PROJECTS

Toledo Lucas County Homelessness Board will release and review grant project applications for FY 2018 Department of Housing and Urban Development Continuum of Care Program for NEW projects at 12 PM on Monday, July 16th, 2018 in 4th Floor Conference Room B at 1946 N. 13th Street, Toledo, OH (Toledo Business Technology Center).

New projects through permanent housing bonus are restricted to:

      • Permanent Supportive Housing projects (PSH) that meet requirements of DedicatedPLUS or the standard 100% dedicated for chronically homeless individuals and families;
      • Rapid Re-Housing projects (RRH) that served individuals and families, including unaccompanied youth who meet the criteria outlined in the NOFA;
      • Rapid Re-Housing – Domestic Violence Bonus projects that provide housing and services to survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking;
      • Joint TH and PH-RRH component projects; and
      • Expanding CoC program funded projects.

New projects through reallocation process are restricted to:

      • Permanent Supportive Housing projects (PSH) that meet requirements of DedicatedPLUS or the standard 100% dedicated for chronically homeless individuals and families;
      • Rapid Re-Housing projects(RRH) that served individuals and families, including unaccompanied youth who meet the criteria outlined in the NOFA;
      • Joint TH and PH-RRH component projects;
      • Dedicated HMIS (limited to TLCHB);
      • Supportive services to develop or operate a new centralized or Coordinated Assessment (limited to TLCHB);
      • Transitioning CoC projects; and
      • Expanding CoC program funded projects.

See NOFA for more details

ATTENANCE IS MANDATORY FOR PROJECT APPLICANTS.
To register, please contact Meloney Osby, Data & Communication Specialist, at mosby@tlchb.org.


 

ATTENTION: CALL FOR RENEWAL FY 2018 CoC PROJECTS

Toledo Lucas County Homelessness Board will release and review grant project applications for FY 2018 Department of Housing and Urban Development Continuum of Care Program for RENEWAL projects at 9 AM on Monday, July 16th, 2018 in 4th Floor Conference Room B at 1946 N. 13th Street, Toledo, OH (Toledo Business Technology Center).

Renewal projects may include:

      • Existing Permanent Supportive Housing projects (PSH), including existing PSH projects that want to change a 100% dedicated project to a DedicatedPLUS project in the FY 2018 CoC Program Competition;
      • Existing Rapid Re-Housing projects (RRH) that served individuals and families, including unaccompanied youth who meet the criteria in the NOFA;
      • Joint TH and PH-RRH component projects; and
      • Consolidating Projects must have the same recipient and be for the same component; and they will be funded in this competition only with FY 2018 funds (meaning no funds recaptured from prior years will be awarded to the project). Prior to beginning the consolidation process in the project application, the applicant should consult with the local HUD field office to ensure each project is eligible to be consolidated. Consolidation limitations can be found in the NOFA.

See NOFA for more details

ATTENANCE IS MANDATORY FOR PROJECT APPLICANTS.
To register, please contact Meloney Osby, Data & Communication Specialist, at mosby@tlchb.org.