FY2017 HUD CoC Application Materials
FY2017 CoC Awards: The final projects selected by HUD for funding in the FY2017 CoC competition may be found here, along with the CoC's project ranking policies. Additional information on HUD's funding announcement may be found here.
Final FY2017 Detroit CoC Application (posted 9/27/2017)
Final FY2017 Detroit CoC Project Ranking List (eSNAPS listing) (posted 9/27/2017)
FY2017 Detroit CoC Project Ranking list (posted 9/13/2017)
Note the following due dates:
- Renewal project applications are due by 3:00 PM on June 26, 2017
- New project applications are due by 3:00 PM on Friday, July 28, 2017 (note, this is a change from the original due date of July 10 and the first revised due date of July 24. Due to the delay in the release of the FY2017 NOFA, the due date for new project applications has been changed to two weeks after the NOFA release, which was July 14, to July 28, at 3:00 PM)
- Expansion grant opportunity for currently funded PSH or RRH providers (posted 8/11/2017)
- FY2017 Renewal Application Policies & Procedures (posted 6/8/2017)
- FY2017 Renewal Application in Word format (posted 6/8/2017)
- FY2017 New Project Request for Proposals (posted 6/8/2017)
- Project Application: New Permanent Supportive Housing: Project-Based (posted 6/8/2017)
- Project Application: New Permanent Supportive Housing: Scattered-Site (posted 6/8/2017)
- Project Application: New Rapid Rehousing (posted 6/8/2017)
- Project Application: New Transitional Housing-Rapid Rehousing (corrected version posted 7/20/2017)
- Project Application: New Coordinated Entry Supportive Services Only (posted 6/8/2017)
- FY2017 Renewal Project Self-Scoring Tools (posted 6/12/2017)
FY2017 Project Ranking Policies (posted 6/8/2017)
- Values & Funding Priorities Taskforce Meeting Minutes (posted 6/12/207)
- Appeals Policy (posted 6/10/2016)
Application Process Flow Chart: a flowchart that demonstrates the process and policies for project review, scoring, appeals, ranking, and funding decisions (posted 6/8/2017)
Past Continuum of Care applications and materials may be accessed here.
2017- 2018 MSHDA ESG
Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) funds provide short- and medium-term rental assistance and services to rapidly re-house homeless people, and places greater emphasis on helping people quickly regain stability in permanent housing after experiencing a housing crisis and/or homelessness. These funds can be used to provide rental assistance including arrearages, mediation fees, utility assistance, security deposits, and case management for each client served.
Detroit’s 2017 – 2018 Award
The Detroit CoC Body was allocated $248,120 in Emergency Solution Grant funding.
Exhibit 1 - Submitted September 1, 2017