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Montgomery County Continuum of Care

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The Montgomery County Continuum of Care (CoC) is a partnership of public and private groups working to prevent and end homelessness in Montgomery County, Maryland. Support for CoC efforts includes federal, state, local and private funds, including more than $8.2 million dollars in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funding awarded through the Continuum of Care Funding Competition.   


HUD Continuum of Care Competition

The Continuum of Care Competition is open!  HUD has approximately $2 billion available this year to fund new and renewal projects.  Detailed information about the Continuum of Care (CoC) Competition can be found on the HUD website at HUD 2017 CoC Competition.  Montgomery County is eligible to apply for funding of up to $8,785,666 for both renewal and new projects.  This includes $497,312 in funding for a new bonus project.

Update 8-11-17:  New Funding Available Through Reallocation
Additional funding in the amount of $457,396 is now available from reallocation to support an additional new project.  Applications will be accepted for the following project types:

To apply for reallocation funding, organizations must submit a letter of intent including the amount requested, project type, household type and estimated number of households to be served by email to Kim Ball at kim.ball@montgomerycountymd.gov by Wednesday, August 16 at 5 p.m.  New Reallocation Project Applications are due Monday, August 28, 2017 by 5 p.m.

Organizations can apply for both a bonus project and a new project created through reallocation.  For detailed information please review the links below.


Key Documents:
CoC 2017 Funding Recommendations
CoC 2017 Competition Information Session -- August 2, 2017
CoC Ranking and Review Process
CoC Project Ranking Tools
CoC Reallocation Process
 


Archives:
2016 Continuum of Care Competition
2015 Continuum of Care Competition
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