FY2018 CoC NOFA Competition – UPDATE

We will be posting the application at least 2 days before our September 18 deadline for review.   The count down has begun!

All renewal projects were selected to be included in the application.  We did not have any new project applicants this year.  Congratulations to our applicants.

Institute for Community Alliances (ICA)

Center for Veterans Issues (CVI)

Homeless Assistance Leadership Organization (HALO)

HOPES Center of Racine

SAFE Haven of Racine

Women’s Resource Center (WRC)

CoC NOFA Informational Meeting

An informational meeting about the FY2018 CoC NOFA will be held on Wednesday, July 25, 2018, 9 am at HOPES Center of Racine, 521 Sixth Street, Racine, WI.  General information about the local process, as well as changes to the HUD CoC NOFA since last year will be discussed. NEW PROJECTS WELCOME!

https://www.hudexchange.info/resources/documents/FY-2018-CoC-Program-Competition-NOFA.pdf

Project submission deadline:  August 17, 2018, 11;59 PM

WINTER POINT IN TIME

CLICK HERE FOR WINTER POINT IN TIME INFO

LONGEST NIGHT REMEMBRANCE EVENT December 21, 2016

From Holly Anderle:

On the day of the Longest Night of the year, December 21st it has become a tradition to lift up our voices to God in prayer for our brothers and sisters who are experiencing homelessness and other types of loss. We focus our thoughts on those for whom the cold and dark are all too real, too painful, and often very threatening. While we are grateful that we will only be reading the name of one person who passed away this year while homeless, we recognize that even one is still too many and there is still so much work to do! Our service begins at 12:00 noon at Living Faith Lutheran Church (Formerly Atonement), 2915 Wright Ave. Please come join us this Wednesday and light a candle in the darkness to help them light their way home. #CoC #ContinuumofCareRacine #ShelterForAll #ThisIsOurFamily

HUD CoC FY2016 NOFA AVAILABLE

The annual HUD CoC grant competition is in progress.  These funds are available for  new or renewal permanent supportive housing, rapid re-housing, HMIS and coordinated entry projects.  Additionally, renewal supportive services only projects may apply.  The HUD allocation for Racine County includes $896,491 in renewal funding, $43,002 for a CoC planning project and $71,670 in bonus funds for new housing projects that meet HUD’s specified criteria.

http://racinecoc.org/fy2016-hud-nofa-competition-is-now-open/

Working to Prevent and End Homelessness in Racine County, Wisconsin.