Each year MUTEH, Inc. and the Balance of State are responsible for the coordination and submission of the Continuum of Care Program Competition grant. The grant, also known as the Supportive Housing Program (SHP) grant, provides funding for several area homeless service providers and the Continuum of Care as a whole. A complete list of project funding is available below.
List of Funded Projects
- CoC Homeless Assistance Award Report FY2016 (Note: See Under MS-501 – Mississippi Balance of State CoC)
- CoC Homeless Assistance Award Report FY2015 (Note: See Under MS-501 – Mississippi Balance of State CoC)
- CoC Homeless Assistance Award Report FY2014 (Note: See Under MS-501 – Mississippi Balance of State CoC)
- CoC Project Renewals FY2013 (Note: See Under MS-501 – Mississippi Balance of State CoC)
- CoC Newly-Funded Projects FY2013 (Note: See Under MS-501 – Mississippi Balance of State CoC)
The Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) is made public each year through email notification and will be posted here on this site.
If you would like to be contacted concerning the NOFA, please notify the CoC Coordinator, (firstname.lastname@example.org).
How to Apply
If you and your organization are interested in seeking funding through the Continuum of Care Program Competition in the future please contact our office for a complete list of requirements and information to help ensure your organization is registered with all agencies necessary to ensure government contract compliance. For more information about this process, please contact the CoC Coordinator, (email@example.com).
What to Expect
Once funding is applied for through the Continuum of Care (CoC) each project is subject to a Rating and Review process that allows the project to be ranked on its impact for helping to end homelessness within our service area. The Rating and Ranking Committee is made up of a group of impartial persons who review the projects for threshold requirements, impact to area homeless service needs, degree to which project addresses HUD goals and past performance of organization and/or project.
The project is determined to be eligible or ineligible for submission to HUD and then placed in a project priority ranking list that is submitted along with the CoC Application for the specified funding year.
If the project is determined to be ineligible for submission to HUD the project is returned via E-snaps (https://esnaps.hud.gov/) to the organization submitting for funding and the organization is notified outside of e-snaps in writing a minimum of 15 days prior to the deadline of submission the reasons for ineligibility. HUD allows any organization who is found to be ineligible for funding the opportunity to apply directly through them via an appeal process. For complete information on this process please refer to the Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA). To see past & present CoC Applications, click here.
Project Priority Ranking
Click here to see our Project Priority Ranking for Previous Years.