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Georgia Balance of State CoC(GA-501)New Project Applicant MeetingPermanent Supportive Housing (PSH)
Webinar: December 12, 2013 / 2:00 P.M.
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Overview of Continuum of Care (CoC) Program & Project Applications
Permanent Supportive Housing (permanent housing for people that are chronically homeless and have a disability)
CoCs may submit project applications for Permanent Supportive Housing projects, which are new permanent supportive housing projects that serve chronically homeless individuals, with priority on serving those with the longest histories of homelessness, to the extent that funds are available through reallocation or grant reduction. (amount currently unknown)
For new projects, that make it to the CoC priority ranking list, to be awarded: 1) CoC must score high enough AND 2) funding must be available.
For New projects, youMUST submit FORMAL documentation with Application Packets (within each of the 7 copies)
Non-cash can include:
CoCs that have 100 percent participation in leveraging from all project applications (including only those communities that have commitment letter(s) on file that are dated within 60 days of the CoC application deadline) and that have at a minimum 150 percent leveraging will receive the maximum points.
New applicants MUST submit match/leveraging documentation for review – 150% is the goal
Please remember, grants are disbursed on a reimbursement basis ONLY. Depending on financial history, audit records, and the IRS 990, agencies with only in-kind match, may not be determined as having capacity to administer the program.
An “individual” that :
Persons who were chronically homeless at entry remain chronically homeless at exit, if an institutional stay is less than 90 days.
Can be diagnosed with one or more of the following conditions: substance use disorder, serious mental illness, developmental disability (as defined in section 102 of the Developmental Disabilities Assistance Bill of Rights Act of 2000 (42 U.S.C. 15002)), post-traumatic stress disorder, cognitive impairments resulting from brain injury, or chronic physical illness or disability (page 53, CoC Interim Rule).
In general, the disability is expected to be of long-continued and indefinite duration; substantially impedes his or her ability to live independently; and is of such a nature that ability to live independently could be improved by more suitable housing conditions.
A person is chronically homeless IF:
you can prove with adequate documentation.
All projects MUST meet HUD definition of chronically homelessness and MUST complete/provide homeless verification on ALL persons served.
Example of Documentation format on DCA S+C web page at:
Disability Verification (if applicable)
Collaboration with McKinney Education Liaison (if appli.)
Annual Performance Report
Support Service Provision
Certifications listed in NOFA
Read HUD’s CoC Interim Regulations and 2012 CoC NOFA to ensure you will be able to comply with ALL requirements which include but are not limited to:
*All other cities and counties fall under the State’s Consolidated Planning jurisdiction.
Local Consolidated Planning Jurisdiction will need to review project application to determine if proposed project is consistent with their Consolidated Plan . Con Plan jurisdictions within State’s CoC are:
*HUD’s detailed instructions on addressing the ‘State Executive Order 12372’ requirements within the Project Application will be located within the project applicant guide when it is available.
The updated GA CoC HMIS Policy and CoC Data Standards can be found on DCA Website: http://www.dca.ga.gov/housing/specialneeds/programs/hmis.asp
**CoCs review Project and HMIS performance in HMIS
*New projects that are not a current HUD or DCA grantee will be scored on ability to demonstrate capacity and lack of compliance issues.
Include, but are not limited to:
Please review HUD’s NOFA for priorities, funding criteria, & how each CoC will be scored overall.
Tier 1 (ARD) - projects expected to receive notice of Conditional Funding within 45 days of application deadline (2/3/14).
HUD will score FY 2013/FY 2014 CoC Applications in accordance w/criteria set forth in Section VII.A of this NOFA. – HUD will announce any Conditional Awards (new projects created through reallocation, CoC planning funds, and Tier 2 renewals) after scoring is complete, depending on availability of funding, and in accordance with NOFA. A CoC must score high enough to be awarded new projects.
2013 CoC Application Process
*See notice for full list of requirements, certifications, & responsibilities.
Seven copies (7)of complete response
MUST be received by December 30th!!
Mail to DCA at:
Georgia Department of Community Affairs
State Housing Trust Fund
60 Executive Park South, NE
Atlanta, GA 30329
Atten: GA Balance of State Continuum of Care Application
General CoC / Application submission questions …
Tina Moore at (404) 327-6870
E-SNAPS & CoC Program questions can be directed to HUD staff through the HUD HRE Virtual Helpdesk
2013 Continuum of Care NOFA & CoC Competition page:
CoC Interim Regulations