Draft documents for the upcoming FY2019 CoC competition are now available for public comments, and may be found here.
FY2018 HUD CoC Application Materials
Final FY2018 Funding Announcements: HUD made final announcements on FY2018 funding on February 6, 2019. An analysis of the FY2018 awards, including trends in funding and a full list of the projects funded in Detroit may be found here.
FINAL FY2018 CoC Application Submitted 9-14-18 (posted 9-14-18)
FINAL FY2018 Project Ranking from eSNAPS (posted 9-14-18)
Final FY2018 Project Ranking List (posted 9-11-18)
Note the following due dates:
Renewal project applications are due by 3:00 PM on June 27, 2018
New project applications are due by 3:00 PM on July 13, 2018 ***NEW DUE DATE: by 3pm on July 20, 2018***
FY2018 Renewal Application Policies & Procedures (posted 6/6/2018)
FY2018 Renewal Application in Word format (posted 6/6/2018)
FY2018 New Project Request for Proposals (posted 6/6/2018)
New Expansion Grant Applications
FY2018 Renewal Project Self-Scoring Tools (posted 6/6/2018)
New: Final FY2018 Project Ranking Policies (posted 8/9/18)
Additional Policies & Resources (posted 6/6/2018)
FY2018 Project Ranking Policies (link removed as these were preliminary policies. Final ranking policies are linked above)
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