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.
RECENT NEWS & UPDATES
TCHC WAS AWARDED $3,159,750 BY HUD AS A PART OF THE YOUTH HOMELESSNESS DEMONSTRATION PROJECT!
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
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
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