2021 Competition is Closed
Continuum of Care (CoC)
The Continuum of Care (CoC) Program is designed to promote community-wide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness. The program quickly re-houses homeless individuals and families while minimizing the trauma and dislocation they have experienced, promotes access to mainstream resources and programs, and works towards self-sufficiency opportunities. If you would like additional information about the CoC program, you may email ARCH’s Homelessness Programs Department at email@example.com
HUD released the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for the Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 CoC Program Competition on Wednesday, August 18, 2021. We encourage you to read the full Notice for more detailed information. Key dates and events related to the Alabama Balance of State CoC competition are listed at the end of this notice.
The Alabama Balance of State Continuum of Care has designated the Alabama Rural Coalition for the Homeless (ARCH) to serve as the Collaborative Applicant. In this role, ARCH manages the Balance of State CoC application process and submits all required CoC documents to HUD. ARCH is also responsible for coordinating and monitoring CoC grant projects.
This Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) serves as a formal solicitation for new and renewal project applications to be considered for funding. Eligible component types under this notice include Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) and Rapid Re-housing (RRH).
PSH projects must serve individuals experiencing chronic homelessness exclusively, and persons served must come from the streets (places not meant for human habitation) or from emergency shelters.
RRH must serve persons who come from the streets (places not meant for human habitation), from emergency shelters, or persons fleeing domestic violence situations.
- The local CoC competition aims to enforce the adoption of federal and local strategies and goals intended to:
Reduce lengths of episodes of individuals experiencing homelessness
- Reduce new and return entries into homelessness
- Increase income growth, including debt to income ratio
- Reduce first-time homelessness
- Increase permanent housing retention
- Reduce the number of those homeless
AL-507 NOFO APPLICATIONS SUBMISSION
AL-507 CoC Priority Listing FY2021
Al-507 CoC Application FY2021
AL -507 had no projects Rejected, Reduced, or Reallocated for the 2021 NOFO competition.
The Following projects were selected for submission during the NOFO competition by the ranking committee:
- AL-507 HMIS (Renewal)
- RACAS (SSO-CE Renewal)
Rural Housing Stability Assistance Program (RRH-Renewal)
- ADMH PSH (PSH – Renewal)
- ARCH CONNECT I (PSH – Renewal)
- Project CHANGING Lives (PSH – Renewal)
- COC Planning Grant (AUTOMATIC Acceptance)
- Dallas County RRH Program (RRH-Renewal)
- ALAMP (SSO – NEW BONUS)
09/03/2021: Local CoC NOFO posted
09/10/2021: Local CoC Competition Open for New and Renewal Applications
10/11/2021: CoC Applications Due for Local New and Renewal Projects
11/01/2021: Local CoC Ranking Results and Priority Listing Posted Online
11/16/2021: Deadline for HUD FY 2021 CoC Program Application (ARCH submits as the Collaborative Applicant)
2021 CoC Funding
For 2021, the Alabama Balance of State CoC’s Preliminary Pro Rata Need (PPRN) from HUD is $4,516,573.
The Estimated Renewal Demand – $1,350,459
Tier 1 – $1,350,459
COC Bonus – $225,829
DV Bonus – $677,486
COC Planning -$135,497
The HMIS and Coordinated Entry (CE) projects will not receive scores. As critical infrastructure for the CoC, HMIS and CE projects will be placed automatically at the bottom of Tier 1.