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Vermont Balance of State Continuum of Care issues RFP

By: Mia Watson on 7/10/2018


Vermont Coalition to End Homelessness (VT-500 Balance of State Continuum of Care)

FFY2018 HUD Continuum of Care Program - Notice of Funding Availability



The Vermont Balance of State Continuum of Care (VT BoS CoC) is accepting proposal applications for projects to be funded by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) as part of the FFY2018 CoC Program Notice of Funding Availability.

Applications for projects to serve the VT BoS CoC geographic area (all counties in Vermont, except Chittenden) should address local housing and service needs, with a priority to serve vulnerable populations including individuals & families experiencing chronic homelessness, persons fleeing domestic violence, youth/young adults (18-24), families with children under 18, and Veterans.

Any and all eligible entities, including those that do not currently receive CoC Program funds, are encouraged to submit complete proposal applications (only one request per application) for any NEW and/or RENEWAL project with the following available funds:

  • $3,162,700; Existing CoC Projects - Renewal (currently funded FFY17 recipients)
  • $201,372; New or Expansion Projects - Reallocation funding (any eligible entity)
  • $201,884; New or Expansion Projects – Bonus funding (any eligible entity)
  • $162,411; New or Expansion Projects – DV Bonus funding (any eligible entity)

Complete applications must be submitted electronically to the Vermont State Housing Authority - Daniel Blankenship (daniel@vsha.org) before 4:00PM Friday, AUGUST 3, 2018.

More information on the CoC Program, HEARTH Act, the CoC Interim Rule and the NOFA is available on HUD’s website:  https://www.hudexchange.info/coc

Additional information on the VT Coalition to End Homelessness (VT BoS CoC), FFY2018 CoC Program RFP, CoC Project Ranking Policy, CoC Project Scoring Tools (Renewal & New) is available at:  http://helpingtohousevt.org/whatwedo/hud/


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