FY 2019 HUD CoC Program Competition

The Central Virginia Continuum of Care (CVCoC) is pleased to announce the availability of funding for homeless services in the Lynchburg region through the US. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). HUD released the Notice of Funding Availability for the FY 2019 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Competition on July 3, 2019.

Please review the CVCoC local NOFA posted below which contains detailed information on the application process and timetable. Please contact Sarah Francis at francis@miriamshouseprogram.org for more information.

Central Virginia CoC NOFA FY2019

Reallocation Policy

The Monitoring and Evaluation Committee annually monitors each CoC grant recipient and completes a report to the CoC Board. The findings of the monitoring and evaluation report are used by the committee to determine whether a recommendation is made to the CVCoC Board to reduce or reallocate a project’s funding. The committee considers fiscal responsibility, compliance with program guidelines, performance, outcomes and use of best practices when making a recommendation.

The Board considers the Monitoring and Evaluation Committee’s recommendations for renewed, reduced or reallocated funding. Each project is evaluated based on extent to which the project is necessary and addresses the CoC’s priorities identified in the CVCoC Strategic Plan to End Homelessness.  Criteria to be considered in a decision to renew, reduce or reallocate a project/project type is included in the policy below:

Reallocation Policy FY 2019

Review and Ranking Policy

It is the policy of the Central Virginia Continuum of Care (CVCoC) to have an objective and transparent process for determining allocation of funding. The ad hoc Review and Ranking Committee convened upon organizations’ submission of their project application to review and prioritize projects based on the policy below:

Review and Ranking Policy FY 2019

Review and Ranking Meeting Minutes are below:

Project Applications

(in order of ranking)

Collaborative Application