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.
The 2017 HUD CoC NOFA was released on Friday, July 14, 2017, and the competition will close Thursday, September 28, 2017. Click here to review the Notice and find out more guidance from HUD.
2017 Application and Supplemental Materials
- 2017 Local Application
- 2017 HMIS Application
- Target Population Report Instructions
- EveryOne Home HUD Target Population Tool (Updated 8.16.17 Version)
- Home Stretch MOU
- 2017 Housing First Checklist
- Notification of PSH Opening
We will be emailing current and prospective grantees specific information about NOFA Timeline and next steps – as we move forward with this year’s NOFA Competition. Make sure you are on our email list by registering here.
2017 HUD CoC NOFA FAQs