TCHC is Committed to Ending Homelessness in our Community
Experiencing a housing crisis?
If you are currently experiencing a housing crisis in TCHC’s region, the first step is to complete a Coordinated Entry System (CES) assessment. The CES assessment process is designed to prioritize the most vulnerable people and match them with available openings within TCHC’s network of providers. Assessments may be completed online or in person at a TCHC Access Point.
FY2022 NOFO Updates
The CoC Supplemental Application, Priority listing, and CoC Plan is being publicly posted on October 17, 2022 as required by HUD. If you have any comments about the application, please email [email protected] The application will be submitted to HUD by October 20, 2022. Supplemental NOFO CoC Application Supplemental NOFO CoC Priority Listing SC-503 CoC Plan
The CoC Application and Priority listing is being publicly posted on September 28, 2022 as required by HUD. If you have any comments about the application please email [email protected] The application will be submitted to HUD by September 30, 2022. FY 2022 CoC Application FY 2022 CoC Priority Listing FY 2022 CoC Project Ranking
TCHC has reopened the solicitation for the DV Bonus as no applications were received as a part of the original solicitation. In an attempt to allocate all HUD allotted 2022 to TCHC projects, the TCHC board has reopened the request for DV bonus projects not to exceed $336,961. Applicants must complete the e- snaps application as well as the supplemental
TCHC WAS AWARDED $3,159,750 BY HUD AS A PART OF THE YOUTH HOMELESSNESS DEMONSTRATION PROJECT! Good Afternoon: All of that hard work paid off. We Got It! See the HUD YHDP Press release below. HUD has already started working with ECHO on the planning component of this grant. I will be sending out an email to our general membership soon
New Interactive CDBG-DR Guidebook on Understanding the Consolidated Notice is Now Available The Understanding the Consolidated Notice: A Guide on How Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) Grantees Can Meet the Requirements interactive guidebook is designed to educate recipients of CDBG-DR grant funds on how to meet your grant’s requirements throughout each of the phases of the grant process: Pre-award grantee
Reminder: Register Today: Lead Safe Housing Rule Webinar Series: Subparts H, L, and M – Fall 2022 The Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes (OLHCHH) is sponsoring a training series that will help participants review federal lead regulations with a focus on the Lead Safe Housing Rule (LSHR) activities for project-based assistance (PBA) (Subpart H), public housing (Subpart
Rural Capacity Building NOFO Pre-Application Webinar – September 19, 2022 – 11:00 AM EDT HUD’s Office of Policy Development and Coordination is hosting a webinar on September 19, 2022 at 11:00 AM EDT for prospective applicants interested in applying for fiscal year 2021/2022 Rural Capacity Building (RCB) for Community Development and Affordable Housing grants. The RCB program enhances the capacity and ability of rural
COVID-19 Resource Digest for Homeless Providers – September 13, 2022 The emergence of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) calls for enhanced cooperation between public health authorities, homeless service systems, and other partners at the local level. To support these partnerships and the vulnerable households served, HUD and its partners are issuing guidance from subject matter experts on best practices and lessons
National Preparedness Month – Week 1: Make a Plan September is National Preparedness Month. Its purpose is to raise awareness about the importance of preparing for disasters and emergencies that could happen at any time. This year’s National Preparedness Campaign theme is “A Lasting Legacy: The life you’ve built is worth protecting.” Prepare for disasters to create a legacy for