Increasing LGBT and Families Access to Housing
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
The 2018 NOFA 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 Rating and Ranking List
- 2018 Consolidated Application
- Project Priority Listing 2018
- Consolidated Application Attachments
- 2018 Summary Racial Disparities
- CE Assessment Tool
- CoC Process for Reallocation
- CoC Rating and Ranking Procedure
- FY 2018 CoC Competition Report
- HMIS Policies and Procedures
- PHA Admin Plans
- Public Posting Local Competition Deadline
- Public Posting Project Rejection-Reduction Notification
- Public Posting Project Selection, Ranking, and CoC App
- MOU HUD CoC HMIS
- Order of Prioritization Policy 2016
2018 Bidders’ Conference
- 2018 New and Renewal Process Update Final
- 2018 NOFA Timeline Highlights Bidders’ Conference
- 2018 NOFA Bidders’ Conference Power Point
- Strategic Direction Memo to NOFA Committee
- 2018 CoC Program Competition NOFA What’s New, Changes, and Highlights
- Joint TH & PH RRH Summary
2018 HUD CoC NOFA is out!
The HUD CoC Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the 2018 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Competition was released today by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and is now open. The competition will close Tuesday, September 18, 2018. Click here to review the Notice and find out more guidance from HUD. We encourage you to review this year’s NOFA, including its resources link FY 2018 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Competition What’s New, Changes, and Highlights. Please share the Notice with anyone who may be interested in applying this year!
EveryOne Home, as Alameda County’s Continuum of Care Lead, will facilitate the local funding application process, conduct the rating and ranking of applicant projects, and write and submit the Consolidated Application to HUD in partnership with Alameda County Housing and Community Development (HCD).
Within the next weeks, we will be sending an email to current and prospective grantees specific information related to this NOFA, NOFA Timelines and next steps – as we continue to move forward with this year’s Competition. Make sure you are on our email list by registering here.
2018 Renewal’s Project Evaluation Preliminary Scores Package Memo
Thank you for working with us on completing the first stage of the 2018 NOFA Local Renewal and New Projects Review Process. Please see the memo below:
2018 NOFA Local Review Process
Renewals’ Project Evaluation Package
Please download the Project Evaluation Instructions and Form below. Review the Instructions located on pages i-iv of the EveryOne Home Instructions and Evaluation Form carefully. The Cover Sheet for each Project has been emailed to the specific NOFA grantee.
The Project Evaluation Package is due via email to email@example.com by 5pm on Thursday, April 26, 2018. Preliminary scores will be released via email by close of business on Monday, April 30, 2018
Instruction Update for All Projects: The APR and Target Population Report Tools have been updated from our initial release on 3/30/2018 to correct errors relating to: (1) divisions by zero; (2) calculations for Outcome B for RRH and TAY-TH; (3) file import errors, and (4) rounding errors. All projects are asked to re-run reports using the updated APR and Target Population Report Tools for submission.
The Project Eval Form was updated on 4/12/2018 to correct a technical error when making selections in the Scoring Tool.
2018 Project Evaluation FAQ and Instruction Update
2018 Project Evaluation Instructions and Form
2018 EveryOne Home HUD CoC APR Tool (Updated 4.6.18)
2018 EveryOne Home HUD Target Population Report Tool (Updated 4.5.18)
2018 (Non-HMIS Agencies Only) HUD Target Population Report Tool
Target Population Instructions (Attachment A)
APR Instructions (Attachment B)
Performance Outcome Manual Calculations (Attachment C)
2017 HIC and GIW (Attachment D)
2017 NOFA Debrief Input Session Materials
Below are the materials from the NOFA Debrief Input Session on February 27th. Please note that the date for the 2018 NOFA Process Renewals Project Evaluation package release has been moved from Friday, March 23rd to Tuesday March 27th.
The Appeals Panel met on 9/18/2017, and after reviewing applicants' appeals, the Rating and Ranking List for submission to HUD stands as it was published on 9/13/2017. Please see the tab above.