EveryOne Home is responsible for facilitating Alameda County’s Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Funding Process Competition issued by the federal department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Each year we are responsible for rating and ranking projects currently receiving these federal dollars. Moreover, we will often invite applications for new or bonus projects–depending on the amount of funding available.
- Download the Housing Project Application (updated 7/21/16)
- Download the Coordinated Entry Application (7/19/16)
- Download the HMIS Application (7/19/16)
2016 Supplemental Materials:
- Bidders Conference Presentation (7/19/16)
- Frequently Asked Questions (7/25/16)
- Frequently Asked Questions (8/1/16)
On June 21st and July 7th EveryOne Home hosted community meetings to solicit input from stakeholders. You can download the materials below.
July 7th Meeting:
June 21st Meeting:
- 2016 HUD CoC NOFA Stakeholder Input Session #1 Presentation
- Transitional Housing Scoring Criteria 2015
- Transitional Housing Options Handout
- Staff analysis of CoC funding