TIMELINE

August 2022 – HUD released the CoC Program Competition NOFO.

August 2022 - The CoC Application, CoC Priority Listing, and Project Applications made available in e-snaps.

August 31, 2022 - CSCoC Project Applications DUE to CSCoC

September 2022 - CSCoC RFP process

  • Projects approved by CSCoC to include in HUD CoC 2022 Application

  • Projects rejected or reduced

         

September 2022 – The CSCoC Board approves the Priority Listing and Consolidated Application 

  • CSCoC HUD CoC 2022 Application

  • Priority Listing

  • All Projects Accepted, and Ranked

September 30, 2022 - The Consolidated Application  must be delivered to HUD from the Collaborative Applicant.

Below are links to available resources for the FY 2022 CoC Program Competition.  Information related to the local application process will be updated continually.

Every year, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) makes available federal resources for homeless programming to communities around the US through its Continuum of Care (CoC) Program and its annual CoC Competition. Continuums access these funds by completing consolidated applications on behalf of the federally funded homeless programs in their CoC. 

The CoC Program is designed to promote community-wide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness; provide funding for efforts by nonprofit providers, and State and local governments to quickly rehouse homeless individuals and families while minimizing the trauma and dislocation caused to homeless individuals, families, and communities by homelessness; promote access to and effect utilization of mainstream programs by homeless individuals and families; and optimize self-sufficiency among individuals and families experiencing homelessness.

Each year, HUD has annually allowed the Central Sierra Continuum of Care (CSCoC) to apply for funds to address the needs of people experiencing homelessness in our region.  The amount awarded is not guaranteed.  These funds are restricted for permanent supportive housing and rapid re-housing projects and cannot be used for emergency shelters or similar projects.  All existing projects funded directly through the CSCoC must apply for renewal each year.  Amador Tuolumne Community Action Agency (ATCAA), in its role as the designated Collaborative Applicant of the CSCoC, is responsible for responding to the annual CoC Program Competition NOFO, including collecting and submitting the required CoC Application information for all projects the CoC has selected for funding, and applying for CoC planning funds on behalf of the CoC.

Approximately $2,794,000,000 is available in this FY 2022 CoC Program NOFO, including approximately $80,000,000, available for non-competitive YHDP renewal and replacement expiring grants, and at least $52,000,000 available for Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking Bonus (DV Bonus) projects, described in Section II.B.5 of this NOFO. HUD may add to the total amount with available funds that have been carried over or recaptured from previous fiscal years and authorized by prior Acts. All requirements in the FY 2022 application process, including requirements for the entire CoC Consolidated Application and the total amount of funds available, are included in this NOFO. HUD will continue to require Collaborative Applicants to rank all projects, except YHDP renewal, YHDP replacement, CoC Planning, and Unified Funding Agency (UFA) Costs in two tiers as described in Sections II.B.11.a and b of this NOFO.​

2022 Continuum of Care Supplemental NOFO to Address 

Unsheltered and Rural Homelessness

TIMELINE

August 2021 – HUD released the CoC Program Competition NOFO.

August 2021 - The CoC Application, CoC Priority Listing, and Project Applications made available in e-snaps.

September 2021 - CSCoC RFP process

         

October 2021 – The CoC Board approved the Priority Listing at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting.

 

November 8, 2021 - The CoC Board approved the Consolidated Application at a special Board Meeting.

November 16, 2021 - The Consolidated Application  delivered to HUD from the Collaborative Applicant.

Below are links to available resources for the FY 2021 CoC Program Competition.  Information related to the local application process will be updated continually.

Every year, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) makes available federal resources for homeless programming to communities around the US through its Continuum of Care (CoC) Program and its annual CoC Competition. Continuums access these funds by completing consolidated applications on behalf of the federally funded homeless programs in their CoC. 

The CoC Program is designed to promote community-wide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness; provide funding for efforts by nonprofit providers, and State and local governments to quickly rehouse homeless individuals and families while minimizing the trauma and dislocation caused to homeless individuals, families, and communities by homelessness; promote access to and effect utilization of mainstream programs by homeless individuals and families; and optimize self-sufficiency among individuals and families experiencing homelessness.

Each year, HUD has annually allowed the Central Sierra Continuum of Care (CSCoC) to apply for funds to address the needs of people experiencing homelessness in our region.  The amount awarded is not guaranteed.  These funds are restricted for permanent supportive housing and rapid re-housing projects and cannot be used for emergency shelters or similar projects.  All existing projects funded directly through the CSCoC must apply for renewal each year.  Amador Tuolumne Community Action Agency (ATCAA), in its role as the designated Collaborative Applicant of the CSCoC, is responsible for responding to the annual CoC Program Competition NOFO, including collecting and submitting the required CoC Application information for all projects the CoC has selected for funding, and applying for CoC planning funds on behalf of the CoC.

Approximately $2,656,000,000 is available in this FY 2021 CoC Program NOFO, including approximately $77,000,000, available for non-competitive Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program renewal and replacement expiring grants, and up to $102,000,000 available for Domestic Violence.  Project applications submitted to the CoC for inclusion on the FY 2021 CoC Priority Listing as part of the CoC Consolidated Application must be reviewed and either accepted and ranked, approved, or rejected by the CoC.