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Funding Information

Housing Forward, as the lead agency for The All Neighbor Coalition (the local Continuum of Care Program), is tasked with coordinating, planning, and preparing the annual application for the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) which brings critical resources for our unhoused neighbors to our community. 

Annual NOFO

FY 2023 CoC NOFO - Submitted to HUD

HUD has announced the annual Continuum of Care (CoC) Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for FY2023. As required by HUD, the local CoC will compete for funding through a local funding competition and will be reviewed, ranked, and prioritized by an independent review committee to be included in the community’s consolidated application which must be submitted by the local CoC’s lead agency, Housing Forward.

TX-600 FY2023 Consolidated Application:

Housing Forward is happy to announce that the All Neighbors Coalition Board-approved, TX-600 FY2023 Continuum of Care Program Consolidated Application and Priority Listing are now available for public review.

FY 2022 CoC NOFO Renewal - Applications Closed

NOFO Renewal Information
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Program Competition Timeline

FY2022-Renewal-Continuum-of-Care-Program-Competition-Timeline-Revised-6.16.2022

FY2022-Renewal-Continuum-of-Care-Program-Competition-Timeline-Revised-5.24.2022

Coordinated Outreach RFP

The All Neighbors Coalition is issuing a Request for Proposals (RFP) to fund staff providing Coordinated Outreach services. The All Neighbors Coalition has a shared goal of significantly reducing chronic unsheltered homelessness. Our community has made great progress this year, reducing unsheltered homelessness by 14 % and chronic homelessness by 32 % between 2022 and 2023. This success was achieved by providing immediate access to low barrier permanent housing and wrap-around services to people living in encampments and other locations outside.

To build on this progress, the All Neighbors Coalition has made it a top priority to expand the capacity of dedicated outreach teams working under the communitywide Coordinated Outreach Strategy.

Coordinated Outreach RFP Application:

The deadline to submit applications for the Coordinated Outreach RFP has been extended to Monday, February 5th at 8 PM.

Resources
application information and scorecard
Coordinated Outreach Program Model
Project Budget Template

System-Wide Diversion RFP - Applications Closed

The All Neighbors Coalition is issuing a Request for Proposals (RFP) to fund agencies to deliver the System-Wide Diversion Initiative. Eligible agencies are those representing high-volume Coordinate Access System (CAS) Access Points or agencies located in underserved areas within the Dallas and Collin Counties Continuum of Care (CoC). 

The Systemwide Diversion RFP combines $2.1 million annually in Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funding from two CoC Program Projects, * as well as private funding raised for the All Neighbors Coalition Flex Fund. The anticipated grant term will be 1 year starting February 1, 2024, with an option for ongoing renewal. 

*Funding availability is contingent on final execution of the CoC Program Grants with HUD. 

Special NOFO - Applications Closed

FY 2022 All Neighbors Unsheltered NOFO

FY 2022 Unsheltered NOFO Award Announcement

On February 2, 2023, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced a first-of-its kind package of resources to help communities implement a coordinated approach to ending unsheltered homelessness.

 

Dallas and Collin Counties received $22.8 million to address unsheltered homelessness.

Unsheltered NOFO Resources
System-wide Diversion Program Model
2022 Unsheltered Nofo application and Priority listing
E-Snaps Resource Page

The HUD Exchange e-snaps resources page has two toolkits that assist Collaborative Applicants and project applicants in mastering e-snapse-snaps 101 Toolkit e-snaps 201 Toolkit SNAPS is now using two different listservs to communicate competition and program updates:

SNAPS grantees and interested stakeholders should consider subscribing both to the HUD Exchange mailing list and HUD.gov mailing lists. Please communicate this information to your homeless organizations, local government contacts, and other interested stakeholders.

TDHCA ESG NOFO

State Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) - Applications Closed

"The Emergency Solutions Grants program, formerly the Emergency Shelter Grants Program, is a competitive grant that awards funds to private nonprofit organizations, cities, and counties in the State of Texas to provide the services necessary to help persons that are at-risk of homelessness or homeless quickly regain stability in permanent housing. The ESG program is funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and is administered by the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA) in the State of Texas."

Day 1 Families Fund - Applications Closed

On behalf of the All Neighbors Coalition, Housing Forward received a $1.25 million grant from the Day 1 Families Fund. The Day 1 Families Fund issues annual awards to leading organizations employing needle-moving work to help families achieve housing stability.  The grant provides $250,000 for Housing Forward to provide backbone support for the family homeless response system, as well as $1,000,000 for agencies providing direct assistance to families.    

 

The All Neighbors Coalition will use these funds to expand Systemwide Diversion for Families, which is one of the Coalition’s top priorities for reducing family homelessness. Hailed as a national best practice, Diversion draws on creative problem solving and families’ strengths to help families avoid having to enter shelter or experience unsheltered homelessness by finding safe alternative housing options.  

Past Funding Opportunities

FY 2022 All Neighbors Unsheltered NOFO

Unsheltered NOFO Application

Unsheltered NOFO Priority Listing

Unsheltered NOFO_New Application Details_REVISED 8.19.2022

FY 2022 Unsheltered NOFO Scorecard

 

The HUD Exchange e-snaps resources page has two toolkits that assist Collaborative Applicants and project applicants in mastering e-snapse-snaps 101 Toolkit e-snaps 201 Toolkit SNAPS is now using two different listservs to communicate competition and program updates:

SNAPS grantees and interested stakeholders should consider subscribing both to the HUD Exchange mailing list and HUD.gov mailing lists. Please communicate this information to your homeless organizations, local government contacts, and other interested stakeholders.

Day 1 Families Fund - 2022

On behalf of the All Neighbors Coalition, Housing Forward received a $1.25 million grant from the Day 1 Families Fund. The Day 1 Families Fund issues annual awards to leading organizations employing needle-moving work to help families achieve housing stability.  The grant provides $250,000 for Housing Forward to provide backbone support for the family homeless response system, as well as $1,000,000 for agencies providing direct assistance to families.

 

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Information Session Slides

View the All Neighbor’s Coalition Diversion Program Model – DRAFT.

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