CSCoC Requests for Proposals and Awards
July 5, 2023 – HUD released the CoC Continuum of Care Competition Grants NOFO.
July 2023 - The CoC Application, CoC Priority Listing, and Project Applications made available in e-snaps.
August 2023 - CSCoC Renewal or New Project Applications DUE to CSCoC
August/September 2023 - CSCoC RFP process
Projects accepted by CSCoC to include in HUD CoC 2023 Application
Projects rejected or reduced
September 2023 – The CSCoC Board approves the Priority Listing and Consolidated Application
CSCoC HUD CoC 2023 Application
All Projects Accepted, Scored, and Ranked
September 28, 2023 - The Consolidated Application must be delivered to HUD from the Collaborative Applicant.
Below are links to available resources for the FY 2023 CoC Program Competition. Information related to the local application process will be updated continually.
HHAP Round 4 is a grant that provides local jurisdictions, including federally recognized tribal governments, with flexible funding to continue efforts to end and prevent homelessness in their communities.
Use the RFP document for your Response - fill in and complete - and submit by August 15, 2023.
City of Jackson PD_______$500,000
Calaveras: Sierra Hope__________$270,727
Mariposa: Alliance for Trans._____$225,727
City of Sonora____________$114,418
Tuolumne County H&HS___$465,613
Amador: ATCAA $482,399
Calaveras: Sierra Hope $451,842
Mariposa: Alliance for Trans. $314,334
Resiliency Village $300,000
Tuolumne County Coord. $153,000
Tuolumne County H&HS $ 91,018
Amador: City of Jackson $177,906
Calaveras: Sierra Hope $97,720
Mariposa: Alliance for Trans. $85,639
Tuolumne: ATCAA $170,670
Calaveras County __________________ $86,299
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. Click HERE for more information.
August 2021 - NOFO released
September 2021 - CSCoC RFP process
October 2021 - Board approved final application
November 16, 2021 - Final application submitted to HUD
Emergency Shelter $1,105,117
Street Outreach $ 140,241
Homelessness Prevention $ 132,207
Rapid Re-Housing $1,029,735
HMIS $ 235,145
Administration $ 84,000
HUD Awards for Local Agencies - 2020
Sierra Hope $ 49,664
ATCAA $ 21,120
ATCAA $ 39,279
Sierra Hope $127,937
Mariposa County $ 71,921
ATCAA $ 50,000
ATCAA $ 65,468
ATCAA $ 15,542
Additional projects of the CSCoC include: