HUD FY19 Continuum of Care Funding Opportunity
The Lake County Coalition for the Homeless in in the midst of its process for FY19 HUD Continuum of Care Funding Opportunity. Letters of Intent for renewal projects have been submitted. Applications will be released by Friday July 19, 2019. Full timeline is linked in the resources section at the bottom of the page.
Open for Letters of Intent for New Projects
On July 3, 2019, HUD released the FY19 Notice of Funding Availability making approximately $2.3 billion in funding available to communities through the Continuum of Care (CoC) Program, including $50 million available in Domestic Violence Bonus Projects. In response to this opportunity the Lake County Coalition for the Homeless (LCCH) is soliciting Letters of Intent for New Projects that align with the strategic needs as outlined in the FY19 Allocation Plan.
LCCH is working within guidelines created by the FY2019 Allocation Plan that was approved by the LCCH Board of Directors on July 2, 2019. The full allocation plan and funding policies are available on the Funding Applications page of the LCCH Website. All HUD CoC Regulations and requirements outlined in the Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) will apply to all funded projects.
New Funding Applications
The Lake County Coalition for the Homeless is seeking applicants for the following new projects.
1. New Projects for Domestic Violence Bonus
Funding up to $224,017 is available for new Joint Component (TH-RRH) or Rapid Rehousing Programs “dedicated to serving survivors of domestic violence, dating violence a, sexual assault or stalking” as outlined in the NOFA. All new projects will be required to comply with requirements of the Continuum of Care regulations, the NOFA and local Homeless Coalition Rapid Rehousing policies. The allocation plan states that Joint Component projects will be prioritized over Rapid Rehousing Projects in cases where there is a high-quality proposed program.
2. New projects for Bonus and Reallocated Funding
Funding of at least $112,732 is available for new projects. The allocation plan prioritizes Permanent Supportive Housing projects people experiencing chronically homelessness. After that priority, the CoC requests project applications for the Joint Component (TH-RRH) for youth or households with children.
Letter of Interest Submission
Letters of Interest should be limited to one page and should include the following information:
Project funding amount and type (DV Bonus or Bonus)
Brief project description
The LOI is required to be completed for all organizations applying for CoC funding renewal. The LOI is due to Brenda O’Connell at firstname.lastname@example.org on Friday, July 24, 2019.
Applicants wishing to learn more can call Brenda O’Connell at 847-377-2331.