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blueprint 2.0 Making homelessness rare, short-lived and recoverable. Large Group Ranker Training Indianapolis CoC Program Application & Technical Assistance Committee. CoC Program Application & Technical Assistance Committee. Erica Aquila City of Indianapolis Janna Bruce CHIP

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blueprint 2.0

Making homelessness rare, short-lived and recoverable.

Large Group Ranker Training

Indianapolis CoC Program Application & Technical Assistance Committee

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CoC Program Application & Technical Assistance Committee

Erica Aquila

City of Indianapolis

Janna Bruce

CHIP

Julie Fidler

City of Indianapolis

Adam Hutton

Volunteers of America

Mary Jones

United Way of Central Indiana

Greg Martz

GM Development

Jim McElhinney

FPGI/IHN

Patrick Monahan

IUPUI

Amy Nelson

Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana

Christy Shepard

CHIP

Bob Weiler

IU School of Social Work

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Purpose of HUD Continuum of Care Funding

Promote communitywide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness.

Provide funding to quickly re-house homeless individuals and families (while minimizing the trauma and dislocation caused to homeless individuals & families)

Promote access to and effective utilization of mainstream programs by homeless individuals and families

Optimize self-sufficiency among individuals and families experiencing homelessness

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New Project Funding Process

Three Step Process

1. Must meet threshold criteria:

      • Nonprofit Organization or Government
      • HUD eligible activities, including Match
      • Alignment with BP 2.0
      • Demonstrate need through research data
      • Alignment with CoC and NOFA
  • Complete Application by June 2, 2014
  • Make presentation in Large Group Scoring/Community Review Process
  • Emphasis on Housing for new projects
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Renewal Project Funding Process

Four Step Process

Submit a letter of intent form to apply by June 2, 2014

Must meet threshold criteria

Data will be pulled from agency APR by HMIS lead and scored according to pre-approved APR Rubric

Make presentation in Large Group Scoring/Community Review Process

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What is the CoC’s Application Scored on Nationally?

  • CoC Housing, Services, and Structure
      • Leverage
  • Homeless Needs and Data Collection
      • HMIS
  • CoC Strategic Planning
      • Blueprint, etc.
  • CoC Performance
      • OutcomesMatter! A Lot!
2014 local scoring overview
2014 Local Scoring Overview

Purpose of Large Group Scoring (LGS) Process:

  • Determine LOCAL prioritization of programs for inclusion in Consolidated CoC Application.

APR Rubric + LGS = Final Priority List

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2014 Local Scoring Overview

  • Two categories of projects
    • New Projects
    • Renewal Projects
  • 115 available APR Rubric points (Renewals Only)
    • Housing Measure
    • Income Measure
    • Employment Measure
    • Homeless Families Served
    • Chronic Homeless Served
    • Mainstream Benefits (TANF, Medicaid, Medicare, etc)
    • Draw Down Rate
coc program types
CoC Program Types
  • Permanent Housing
    • Permanent Supportive Housing
  • Transitional Housing
  • Services Only Programs
    • SSO HOME
housing outcomes
Housing Outcomes

Permanent Supportive Housing

  • % staying in or exiting to permanent housing

Transitional Housing

  • % exiting to permanent housing

Services Only

  • % exiting to permanent housing
income outcomes
Income Outcomes

Permanent Supportive Housing

  • % maintaining or increasing income from all sources

Transitional Housing

  • % increasing income from all sources

Services Only

  • % increasing income from all sources
employment outcomes
Employment Outcomes

Permanent Supportive Housing

  • % maintaining or increasing employment income

Transitional Housing

  • % increasing employment income

Services Only

  • % increasing employment income
mainstream benefit
Mainstream Benefit

% of households receiving mainstream benefits at exit

chronic homelessness and homeless families
Chronic Homelessness and Homeless Families

% of households served who are considered chronically homeless (HUD definition)

% of households served who are homeless families

draw down rates
Draw Down Rates

% of draw down against project budget as reported on previous APRs submitted to Grant Manager

the ranking process
The Ranking Process

All attendees receive Note Sheets for each program presenting.

the ranking process1
The Ranking Process
  • Presenters will have 5 minutes to present on program.
  • Attendees will be able to ask each presenter questions (5 minute limit for ALL questions).
  • Attendees will make notes on the notes sheets for each program presented. These are not shared.
  • Attendees will put personal note sheets in order of personal priority.
  • Attendees order personal priority to final Ranking Sheet. This is shared.
the ranking process2
The Ranking Process

Upon completion of all presentations, attendees will be required to complete final ranking sheet.

Remember, this final Ranking Sheet is shared.

final priority list
Final Priority List
  • The total number of projects ranked by each person will be counted (must be at least 2/3 of all projects to rank).
  • For all qualifying rankings, the total number of projects overall will then be divided by the result from #1. That will give a fraction greater than or equal to 1.
  • The fraction from #2 will then be multiplied by each rank to determine the final rank for each project.
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Final Priority List

Example: There are 30 total projects proposed.  

  • Rater A is able to rank 25 of them without conflict.  
  • Rater A's multiplier is 30/25 = 1.2
  • Rater A's top ranked program gets a final rank of 1 x 1.2 = 1.2  
  • A's 13th ranked program gets a final rank of 13 x 1.2 = 15.6
  • Rater A's 25th ranked program gets a final rank of 25 x 1.2 = 30

To determine overall LGS Rank, these final ranks will be averaged across all qualifying raters

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Final Priority List

APR Rubric + Final LGS Rank

=

Final Priority List for Application

important things
Important Things

Project information will be available on our website (indycoc.org)

YOU MUSTreview all project information PRIOR to LGS! Will be posted by June 9, 2014. APR Rubric will be posted by June 16, 2014

Bring copies of the information to LGS—no copies will be available at LGS!! LGS Day is June 26, 2014.

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Important Things

You cannot rank a project if:

  • You work for the agency making the request
  • Your agency directly benefits from the project (i.e. your agency has staff paid by grant)
  • You are on the board of the requesting agency
  • You serve on the CoC Program Application & Technical Assistance Committee
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Important Things
  • LGS begins at 9:00am and ends at 5:00pm, please commit to attending the entire day!
  • You must be able to rank at least 2/3 of the projects in order to rank any projects
do you have specific program or agency questions

Do you have specific program or agency questions?

Please go indycoc.org to review information available

or email info@indycoc.org with any questions