2018 HUD COC NOFA
(The most recent updates appear at the top of the page.)
Posted September 11, 2018:
CCHA Draft Collaborative Application and Project Listing
The Chittenden County Homeless Alliance’s Collaborative Applicant has completed a draft of the Collaborative Application and Project Listing that CCHA will be submitting to HUD for over $1 million dollars of funding to serve those in our community experiencing homelessness. These documents are being posted here on our website, have been emailed to the CCHA listserv, and will also be posted on the City of Burlington’s website. There are a few more documents to add as attachments.
Click here to view the draft Collaborative Application:
CCHA / VT 501 Draft Collaborative Application and Attachments (PDF)
Click here to view the draft Project Listing:
CCHA / VT 501 Draft Project Listing (PDF)
Thanks to the team of folks who provided information for the application!
Posted August 2, 2018:
CCHA Recommended Ranking Scoresheet 2018
On August 2, 2018, the Steering Committee of the Chittenden County Homeless Alliance approved the “CCHA Recommended Ranking Scoresheet 2018” for our HUD CoC NOFA applications.
Click here to view the CCHA Recommended Ranking Scoresheet 2018:
CCHA Recommended Ranking Scoresheet 2018 (PDF)
The CCHA Recommended Ranking Scoresheet 2018 was created by the CCHA Application Ranking Committee, which was comprised of representatives from several local groups: Marcy Esbjerg (Community & Economic Development Office), Diana Carminati (United Way of Northwest Vermont), Kim Colville (Vermont Center for Independent Living), Lacey Smith (Burlington Police Department), Laura Wilson (Cathedral Square), Jane Helmstetter (VT Agency of Human Services), Jason Brill (U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs), and Kevin Pounds (ANEW Place).
Appeals: Any applicants who received reduced funds may submit an appeal to the CoC co-chairs via email by August 30, 2018.
Posted July 17, 2018:
Updated CCHA Ranking Policy
On July 5, 2018, the Steering Committee of the Chittenden County Homeless Alliance approved an updated CCHA Ranking Policy for our HUD CoC NOFA applicants.
Click here to view the updated CCHA Ranking Policy:
CCHA Ranking Policy – July 2018 – final and approved
Here is the same document, only with CCHA co-chair signatures:
CCHA Ranking Policy – July 2018 – final and approved with signatures
Posted June 26, 2018:
FFY2018 HUD Continuum of Care Program * Notice of Funding Availability
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
As the Collaborative Applicant for the Chittenden County Homeless Alliance Continuum of Care, the Community & Economic Development Office (CEDO) is accepting proposals for new, renewed, expanded or bonus projects as outlined below with Continuum of Care Homeless Assistance funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
Chittenden County Homeless Alliance (CCHA) Continuum of Care is soliciting proposals that address housing and service priorities established through the Continuum of Care, with priority for serving vulnerable populations including chronically homeless persons, survivors of domestic violence, unaccompanied youth, and families with children.
The following funding is available:
- New/Renewals/Expanded: $1,140,058
- Bonus for PH – $68,403 – approximately
- Bonus for DV – $50,000 to include one of the following: PH/RRH project, Joint TH & PH/RRH project or SSO – Coordinated Entry for DV survivors
How to Apply:
Any eligible entity wishing to submit a request to fund a NEW and/or RENEWAL or Permanent Housing Bonus or Domestic Violence Bonus CoC Project during this year’s HUD CoC NOFA must complete the attached form (Word doc) and submit it electronically to the Community & Economic Development Office before 4:00 PM on Monday, July 23, 2018. Only one request per form.
Organizations that do not currently receive CCHA CoC program funding are encouraged to submit proposals. Proposals are also welcome from current recipients of this funding.
Funding will come from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) 2018 McKinney-Vento Continuum of Care (CoC) for the Homeless Program, as amended under the HEARTH Act and the CoC Program Interim Rule. The availability and priorities for any funding for new projects is articulated in HUD’s CoC Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA):
More information on this program, the HEARTH Act, the Interim Rule, and the NOFA is available on HUD’s website: https://www.hudexchange.info/coc
Read the entire Request for Proposals here:
FY18 CCHA Request for Proposals – New and Renewals (Word doc)
For more information, please contact the CCHA Collaborative Applicant at CEDO.
Click here for general information about the HUD CoC NOFA: