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CoC NOFA Announcement, Summary, and New Project Solicitation  (Mandatory TA Workshop July 17)

Dear CSOC members,
On Wednesday, June 20, HUD released its Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the 2018 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Competition. Stanislaus County is eligible to apply for over $3 million in funding through the CoC Program for housing and services for people experiencing homelessness, as well as for some of the infrastructure to support our system of care.

Please join us for 
Stanislaus County’s CoC TA Workshop (aka NOFA Kickoff)*
Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at 1010 10th Street, Modesto, CA 
Room #2001, 2nd Floor.
Time TBD (Will be announced as soon as possible)

*This meeting is mandatory for new and renewal agencies that plan to apply for FY 2018 CoC funding and will provide an overview of the local process and instructions for the required application materials.

New agencies that have not previously received CoC funding are encouraged to apply.

Prospective applicants should review the documents for New Project Applicants at the links below and contact City of Modesto, the local Collaborative Applicant running the local competition and federal application process, to learn more about creating and producing a winning application. Eligible entities include nonprofits and local government agencies with capacity and interest in applying for funds to develop new programs to serve people experiencing homelessness in Stanislaus County.

Our community is eligible to apply for approximately $500,000 in funding for new projects this year.

For more information, please see additional resources at the links below.
Contact Afarnon@modestogov.com or Stanislaus@homebaseccc.org with any questions.


Click the links to download
2018 New Project Applicants Public Solicitation
2018 CoC NOFA Summary for CSOC