Northwest Continuum of Care (NC-516) Announces CoC Approved Consolidated Application for FY 2023 CoC Program Competition
Review the Northwest CoC Approved Consolidated Application and Approved Priority Listings for FY 2023 Continuum of Care (CoC) Competition:
Northwest Continuum of Care (NC-516) FY2023 CoC Competition
Funding Recommendations and Priority Listing
All project applications except for the NC-516 Planning Grant, must be ranked for the Priority Listing into two tiers based on a percentage of the Annual Renewal Demand (ARD) of $495,906 plus any available bonus funding, if a project application is submitted. A project ranked in Tier 1 and any funding that is allocated to Tier II is not guaranteed to receive an award:
Tier I: 93% of NC-516’s ARD for existing renewals ($461,193)
Tier II: 7% ARD $34,713 + Amount available for the CoC’s Bonus Project ($51,838) + DV Bonus ($74,054) = Total in Tier II = $160,605
CoC Planning Project – Not ranked ($50,000)
Total of all grants for FY 2023 if awarded: $671,798
Announcement from the Northwest Continuum of Care (NWCoC), NC-516 FY 2023 Continuum of Care Program
Competition is Now Open as of July 5, 2023
E-snaps is now available
FY 2023 HUD CoC Program Competition NOFO is published and can be accessed at CoC Program Competition page
The NC-516 estimated Annual Renewal Demand (ARD) is: $495,906. Additional funding will be available for the following, all of which are estimated dollar figures at this time, a DV Bonus at $74,054, a CoC Bonus at $51,838, and for the annual CoC Planning grant at $50,000. The Department of Housing and Development (HUD) has not certified the exact funding available for the FY 2023 Competition at this time. Please refer to additional resources on the HUD CoC Program Competition page and the HUD Exchange e-snaps Resources page for updates to competition information released by HUD.
The Project Applications are now available online in e-snaps.
The NC 516 Consolidated Application deadline is Thursday, September 28, 2023 at 8:00 PM. NC-516 plans to post the Consolidated Application and Project Priority Listing containing the Project Applications by Tuesday, September 26, 2023 to ensure CoC gets early submission points.
The Electronic Application in e-snaps is now open. Project Applications for all new, renewal, bonus funds, and CoC Planning projects must be submitted in e-snaps on or before Tuesday, August 29, 2023 at 11:59 PM EDT to allow adequate time for review and ranking by the CoC.
The 2023 Scorecard for Northwest CoC (NC-516) FY2023 Competition for New and Renewal Projects is posted on the Northwest CoC Funding page at: https://www.hosphouse.org/nwcoc-funding
Submitted Project Applications will be reviewed and written notification regarding whether project application(s) will be included as part of the CoC Project Priority Listing Submission to all project applicants no later than Tuesday, September 12, 2023. Project Application Approval/Denial/Ranking and Appeals will be accepted Wednesday, September 13th and Thursday, September 14th with Appeals Decisions sent to Project Applicants no later than Friday, September 15, 2023 by 5:00 PM EDT. Approved Project Applicants are expected to have submitted their final project application in e-Snaps by Thursday, September 21, 2023 by 8:00 pm EDT.
All parts of the 2023 CoC Consolidated Application will be posted and available to the community for inspection by verbal or written request to the Collaborative Applicant: Tina Krause c/o Hospitality House at 338 Brook Hollow Road, Boone, NC 28607, 828-264-1237, or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Arrangements will be made to provide technical assistance or review of any or all parts of this announcement, the NC-516 CoC applications process, details, and obligations in a manner that is effective for persons with disabilities or any person with Limited English Proficiency (LEP). (Se harán arreglos para brindar asistencia técnica o revisar alguna o todas las partes de este anuncio, el proceso de solicitud del CoC NC-516, los detalles y las obligaciones de una manera que sea efectiva para las personas con discapacidades o cualquier persona con dominio limitado del inglés).
NC 516 supports prospective applicants and projects that address historic inequities for marginalized communities of color and other underserved and underrepresented communities in the CoC, and produce high-quality services and housing opportunities that enable persons to remain and thrive in these communities. NC 516 strives to fund eligible applicants proposing to meet this goal with a project proposal that addresses the specific needs of marginalized communities of color, created in collaboration with community partners and persons with lived experience which support NC 516 plans and strategies. Successful applicants will demonstrate clear strategies that address inequities for underserved persons and marginalized communities for housing and/or support services in the NC 516 geographic area.
Agencies interested in applying for a new project may notify the Collaborative Applicant: Tina B. Krause, NWCoC Chair of their interest in submitting an application for further information or technical assistance.
To be eligible to apply for a new project, the applicant/agency must:
Be an active CoC member or commit to attending monthly meetings and serving on at least one committee and commit to working on the Northwest CoCs’ FY2023 Consolidated Application,
Agree to any reporting requirements and use of either HMIS or comparable database for victim service applicants,
Complete the online Project Application in e-snaps and submit it to the CoC by Wednesday, August 29, 2023 for review and ranking by the CoC on the Priority Listing, and
Be responsible for any match requirement.
Additional information can be found at CoC Program Competition | HUD.gov / U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) or you may contact Tina B. Krause at email@example.com or at 828-264-1237.