FY 2016 CoC Program NOFA Competition Update: All applications received have now been ranked! 8/26/2016
ACTS opted to not renew their grant for transitional housing but to have it re-allocated prior to the submission deadline. For this reason the proposal period was re-opened to allow all interested agencies to submit a new proposal for re-allocation dollars.
The following agencies renewals and/or proposals will be included as part of our CoC’s FY2016 Consolidated Application submission. Results of ranking: HMIS renewal grant ($31,554.oo) and HMIS new project ($75,000.00) will rank first in tier 1, followed by funding to agencies in order of ranking: Catholic Charities’ Bethany House ($157,523.00), ACE female ($99,463.00), ACE male ($109,019.00), St. Vincent de Paul Returning Home ($124,106.00), Pasco Housing Authority ($58,992.00) and St. Vincent de Paul’s new proposal ($91,867.00: submitted as the Housing Bonus Project). The re-allocated funding will go first to Catholic Charities for family rapid rehousing(straddling Tier 1 and Tier 2: $86,000.00), and the Coalition Shelter Supportive Services will be ranked last ($95,506.00). Congratulations to our selected agencies!
FLASH REPORT for 1/11/16 and 1/12/16 Cold Weather shelters will be open at the following locations:
For Individuals Only, These shelters will close at 8am– Impact Family Ministries (8020 Washington Street, Port Richey 727-434-2176) and Joining Hands Missions UMC (3333 US 19N Suite 1, Holiday)
For Families Only, Metropolitan Ministries (Contact through United Way 2-1-1)
For either, This shelter will close at 10:30am, Restored Hope in Dade City (Contact Kathy Hunt 352-437-4815) Please call to arrange sheltering by 7pm
TAX TIME!!! Be sure to file and see if you qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit today! Call 2-1-1 to make an appointment to see a specialist.
View Florida’s statistics now!
2015 Housing Inventory Count reports have been posted! (Pg. 10 for Pasco)
New HUD information released! View several reports published here, including the AHAR: Part 2!
To demonstrate the current level of need among people experiencing homelessness, HUD released its 2014 Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR) Part 2.
The report shows a nationwide decline of 6.3% in homelessness since HUD began tracking this information in 2007. While this reduction is substantial with more than 100,000 fewer people in shelter programs than in 2007, in the past year we have seen an increase of 4.6% in the number of people using shelter programs. This increase, however, occurred in conjunction with a 10% reduction in the number of people homeless at a point in time in unsheltered locations. This progress is attributable to the hard work of local homeless service providers nationwide.
FY 2015 CoC Program NOFA Competition Update: All applications received have now been ranked! 10/26/15
– Note: Directions for Living Permanent Supportive Housing Renewal Project requested to end their project, reallocation was used to create a new Rapid Rehousing Project for Society of St. Vincent de Paul in the amount of $121,978
Pasco Rebuilds Together!
New Resources Available for the Continuum of Care
The Continuum of Care (CoC) Program is provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to promote a community-wide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness and much more.
New resources are available for staying up to date on the latest CoC requirements, committees, meetings and more.
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