NOFA Debrief and Input Community Session (7/12) Materials:
 2019 NOFA Input Session Presentation
2019 NOFA Scoring Criteria Draft 
Strategic Direction Key Questions 

 2019 NOFA Notice

On April 26, 2019, Alameda County HCD, as the Collaborative Applicant, completed the FY 2019 CoC Program Registration. HUD is expected to release the 2019 Notice of Funding Application within the coming weeks. In preparation for the 2019 NOFA Local Competition, CoC-funded projects are invited to take this time to review your renewal project’s HMIS data for the previous HUD fiscal year (Oct 1, 2017 – Sept 30, 2018), and ensure it accurately reflects your program’s performance. If you have any questions, or need assistance with your APR please contact HMIS Support at

In addition, all Renewing grantees are asked to update the Project Cover Sheet that was emailed to Lead Grantees on June 3, 2019. The Cover Sheet has been pre-populated by EveryOne Home staff using responses from the 2018 Cover Sheet, the 2019 Housing Inventory Chart (HIC), the 2019 Grant Inventory Worksheet (GIW), and replaces the former General Section in the Local Application. Please carefully review all areas of the Project Cover Sheet for accuracy. If you have not receive your cover sheet, please email us at

Lastly, EveryOne Home would like to invite current and potential future Grantees to please join us for the NOFA Debrief and Input community session on July 12th at 1pm at the California Endowment (2000 Franklin Street, Oakland CA 94612). Click here to RSVP.

If you would like to receive updates on the HUD CoC NOFA, please join our email list here.

The first HUD CoC “Increasing LGBTQI+ and Families Access to Housing, Services, and Shelter” training, presented in partnership with the Family Violence Law Center (FVLC), took place December 7, 2018. If you were unable to attend, please download the materials below:

Increasing LGBTQI+ and Families Access to Housing, Shelter, and Services PowerPoint
Equal Access Decision Tree
LGBT Access flyer
LGBT Power and Control Wheel
FVLC Mobile Response Team overview
FVLC Restraining Order instructions

HUD Announces FY 2018 CoC Program Competition Funding Awards!

HUD announced the 2018 CoC renewal, transition and consolidation grant award on Saturday, January 26, 2019. Shortly after on Wednesday, February 6, 2019 HUD released its funding announcement of new projects, including Domestic Violence Bonus projects and CoC Planning Grants.

We are excited to announce that our CoC did exceptionally well, with all consolidations approved, one transition grant, all Tier 1 and two Tier 2 renewals funded, and all 5 new projects awarded with three new projects in Tier 1. Alameda County’s final CoC award package totals $37,648,221, which represents a $3.3 million increase from our 2018 Annual Renewal Demand of $34,329,783. Unfortunately, three projects were not renewed by HUD. The CoC is working with local funders to maintain this important capacity in our Continuum.

Please download the Memo here for more detail and a comparison of what was requested and what was funded for each project. Thank you all for your hard work to end homelessness.

The 2018 Consolidated Application

The Consolidated Application was submitted to HUD the afternoon of Monday, September 17, 2018. To view the Consolidated Application/Priority Listing and related attachments, please click the links below. We, as a community, have all worked very hard to pull this application together. EveryOne Home wishes to thank all its NOFA Applicants and community partners in ending homelessness, for their contribution and dedication to this huge undertaking

2018 Bidders’ Conference

2017 NOFA Debrief Input Session Materials

Below are the materials from the NOFA Debrief Input Session on February 27th