All-Grantee meeting: All agencies interested in apply for renewal or new funding in the FY2019 CoC competition must attend an all-grantee meeting on May 14 from 2 - 4PM at the Northeast Guidance Center (2900 Conner, Detroit)
FY2019 HUD CoC Application Materials
New Expansion Grant Application (for current CoC grantees only)
Timeline: (note, dates subject to change upon release of the FY19 NOFA. Changes will be communicated via email and posting on this website). Additional details on the timeline will be provided at the May 14 meeting.
May 14: All grantee meeting (see above)
May 21: Renewal CoC projects submit APR to HAND
June 3: Additional renewal project application materials due to HAND.
June 26: New project application due to HAND.
Project Self-Scoring Tools: Agencies may conduct a self-score on their CoC renewal projects to get an understanding of how their projects may score. These tools also provide additional details on how project scores are calculated. The use of these tools is optional, and should not be submitted to HAND. There are different tools for the different project types:
Additional Policies & Resources
Continuum of Care applications and materials from FY2018 and prior years 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