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NOTICE OF FUNDING

Tool for Identifying Projects – Prioritize Chronically Homeless (Excel)

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FY 2014 COC Competition ProRata Need Amounts

COC’s may reallocate funds from existing projects to create new PSH projects that create new rapid re-housing projects for homeless households with children who enter directly from the streets or emergency shelters. There is also a bonus project available to provide permanent supportive housing dedicated to the chronically homeless. Please refer to the NOFA links above for further details.

The HALS CoC requests that if anyone is interested in proposing a reallocation of money for a new project or submitting a bonus project to please submit a letter of interest to email Lisa.Renegar@maryland.gov no later than 4:00 pm on Friday, October 3, 2014. You are encouraged to read the entire NOFA if you are submitting a letter of interest. If there are any questions concerning the NOFA, please address them to Greta Rolland at gretarolland@aol.com.

To request a new project through reallocation, your letter must include: (1) a description of the proposed new project, (2) cost of the proposed new project, and (3) how CoC funds would be reallocated in your county to fund the new project. For the bonus project, please provide 1 and 2 above. Assistance and guidance will be provided by the CoC Collaborative Agent – Somerset County Health Department – to organizations who submit projects.

History of Funding Opportunities…

At the December 2013 HALS CoC Meeting, we discussed that HUD has no new funding for new projects. However, CoC’s may reallocate funds from existing projects to create new PSH projects that serve the chronically homeless or new rapid rehousing projects for homeless households with children. Please refer to the NOFA links above for further details.

The HALS CoC requests that if anyone is interested in proposing a reallocation of money for a new project, to please submit a letter of interest to me via email at Lisa.Renegar@maryland.gov no later than 4:00 pm on Friday 12/20/13. You are encouraged to read the entire NOFA if you are submitting a letter of interest.

Your letter must include: (1) a description of the proposed new project, (2) cost of the proposed new project, and (3) how CoC funds would be reallocated in your county to fund the new project. Assistance and guidance will be provided by the CoC Collaborative Agent – Somerset County Health Department – to organizations who submit projects.

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Tri-County Alliance for the Homeless Supportive Housing Program (TCAH-SHP)

Tri-County Alliance for the Homeless Supportive Housing Program (TCAH-SHP) Phone: 443-523-1815 Fax: 410-651-3189 This is a supportive housing program serving homeless and disabled residents of Somerset, Wicomico, and Worcester counties, operated by the Somerset County Health Department through grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The Program provides housing to eligible participants…

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Homeless Alliance for the Lower Shore of Maryland

NOFA 2019 Funding Final FY 2019 HUD NOFA application submitted 9-30-19 Final FY 2019 MD-513 Project Priority submitted 9-30-19 Final 2019 CoC NOFA Application for Website 9-25-19 2019 HUD NOFA for CoC – renewal, reallocations & bonus project solicitations FY-2019-CoC-Program-Competition-NOFA CoC_GIW_CoC_MD-513-2018_MD_2019_20190403 HALS CoC Ranking Tool for 2019 HUD NOFA 9.24.19 2019 CoC Ranking Subcommittee Summary…

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