NWCOC receives funding through the Michigan State Housing and Development (MSHDA) Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) for Emergency Shelter, Street Outreach, Prevention, Rapid-Rehousing, and to help fund its Homeless Management Information System (HMIS). Northwest Michigan Community Action Agency serves as the Fiduciary with Goodwill Industries of North Michigan as a sub-grantee.
On August 2, 2018 the NWCOC membership will review the following ESG funding applications until there is consensus for approval. After that there will be a vote taken.
2018-2019 Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA)
2018/19 Steering Committee Priorities
Local Applications 2018/19:
NMCAA Budget (Revised)
Responses to Steering Committee clarifying questions
2018/19 MSHDA ESG Financial Application (MATT)
2018/19 ESG Exhibit 1
Pay for Performance Measures 10/1/17-6/30/18
System Performance Measures 10/1/2016/9/30/17
FY2014/2015/2016/17/18 ESG Allocations Comparisons
2018 Homeless Resource Intake Specialist Job Description
2018 Homeless Resource Specialist Job Description
2018 Housing Navigator Job Description
Steering/Resource Allocations Committee ESG Minutes
The NWCOC counties of Antrim, Benzie, Grand Traverse, Kalkaska, and Leelanau receive funding directly from HUD as the Greater Grand Traverse Area Continuum of Care (GGTACOC) for Emergency Shelter, Transitional Housing, Permanent Supportive Housing, and Support Services. Grantee agencies are Northwest Michigan Supportive Housing, Goodwill Industries of North Michigan, and Northwest Michigan Community Action Agency.
ANNOUNCEMENT OF FUNDING OPPORTUNITY
Posted July 1, 2018
The Greater Grand Traverse Area Continuum of Care announces the HUD FY2018 Notice of Funding Availability for Homeless Assistance Programs.
The Continuum of Care serves Antrim, Benzie, Grand Traverse, Kalkaska, and Leelanau counties. The CoCs Annual Renewal Demand (ARD) is $672,325 with the ability to request an additional 6% of ARD for new projects for PSH for Chronically Homeless, RRH for those coming directly from the streets, HMIS, or SSO specifically for a centralized or coordinated assessment system.
New for FY2018 provides for additional Bonus projects for “rapid re-housing projects and supportive service projects providing coordinated entry and for eligible activities that are critical in order to assist survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking”. A CoC may apply for up to 10% of its Preliminary Pro Rata Need or $50,000; whichever is greater.
The collaborative application is due to the Federal Government on September 18, 2018 with project applications due on August 10, 2018. If you are interested in applying or for additional information please contact Tina Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 231-499-1213 to receive application instructions.
Copies of all of the project applications, the project prioritization, and the GGTACOC
Consolidated Exhibit 1 can be found at: