Attention nonprofits and local government agencies with interest in developing programs for people experiencing homelessness: Funding opportunity available for new programs in Tulsa County.
WHAT: Federal HUD Continuum of Care (CoC) Program funding opportunity can provide resources for homelessness programs and housing, including*:
o PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING PROJECTS where 100% of the beds are dedicated to individuals and families experiencing chronic homelessness or that meet the requirements of DedicatedPLUS (long-term homelessness).
o RAPID REHOUSING PROJECTS that will serve homeless individuals and families, including unaccompanied youth, or focused on survivors of domestic violence.
o JOINT TRANSITIONAL HOUSING + RAPID REHOUSING COMPONENT PROJECTS to better serve homeless individuals and families, or focused on survivors of domestic violence.
o Supportive Services Only Projects for COORDINATED ENTRY (CE), to develop or operate the CoC’s CE system, or to better equip the CE system to meet the needs of survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking.
*Please note this is a summary based on past funding offerings – please see resources below or request information for further detail and restrictions.
WHERE: Funding must be used for programs within Tulsa County.
WHEN: The Notice of Funding Availability could be released by HUD any time, expected in summer 2019. Community Service Council’s A Way Home for Tulsa, the local Collaborative Applicant, will distribute the funding announcement when available.
HOW TO APPLY: Prospective applicants should contact Elizabeth Roehm of HomeBase to request more information or support in preparing a project design at email@example.com.
FOR MORE DETAILS ABOUT THIS FUNDING OPPORTUNITY:
• Program Resources
• CoC Program interim rule (24 CFR part 578) with details on eligible uses of funds
• Join the HUD listserv for announcements >
The CoC encourages applications from organizations that have not previously received CoC Program funding.