HUD’s FY 2013-2014 CoC Program Competition
On Friday, November 22, 2013, HUD released the Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the Continuum of Care Program Competition, launching the competition for $1.7 billion in Federal funding for the Continuum of Care (CoC) Program. This year's program competition combines some of the application requirements for FY 2013 and FY 2014 program funding, namely, the CoC Application, which reflects community-wide performance and planning to end homelessness. It also places strong emphasis on using CoC program funding as strategically as possible--given the budget shortfall--to reach the Administration's goals of ending homelessness at set forth in Opening Doors.
This page provides useful resources to help communities achieve success in the CoC program competition.
Services in the CoC Program: Assessing Value and Finding Funding Alternatives
USICH/ NAEH Webinar on the FY 2013-2014 CoC Program Competition- Strategies for Success
- View the recording
- View the presentation slides
- View the Scoring Summary Table: HUD FY 2013-2014 CoC Application
CoC Program Competition on HUD's OneCPD
- View the OneCPD Continuum of Care Resource Exchange page
- View the HUD OneCPD webpage on the FY 2013 – FY 2014 CoC Program Competition
- View the HUD’s FAQs on OneCPD
SNAPS Weekly Focus Messages
- Working Together to End Homelessness
- What About Transitional Housing?
- Rapid Re-Housing
- Adopting a Housing First Approach
- Collaborating to Combat Homelessness Among Veterans
- Considering the Needs of Families and Youths
- Leveraging Mainstream Services Funding
- Why Coordinated Assessment is Critical to Ending Homelessness Locally
- Giving Priority to Chronically Homeless Persons
- Changing the Way We Do Business
Messages to Continuum of Care & Ten-Year Plan Leaders from Barbara Poppe, Executive Director of USICH
- Ending Chronic Homelessness
- Ending Family Homelessness
- Ending Veteran Homelessness
- Leveraging the Affordable Care Act to Solve Homelessness
- How Do We End Youth Homelessness?
Message from Richard Cho, USICH Policy Director
Progress in the 2013 PIT sets Stage for NOFA
- Read about the results of the 2013 PIT Count and how they affect this year's CoC program competition