HUD Released 2022 CoC Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) on 8/1/22; KS-505 Will Publish Updated Competition Timeline by 8/5/22
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has released its FY2022 CoC NOFO – a national competitive funding process opportunity for Continuums of Care (CoC) working to end homelessness. To view the FY2022 NOFO, see View Opportunity | GRANTS.GOV. UCS acts as Johnson County’s CoC lead agency (KS-505) and submits the application annually on behalf of local members to qualify for grant awards funding permanent supportive housing, rapid re-housing, homeless data management services and CoC planning.
In July, KS-505 opened the application process locally prior to HUD’s official release of the NOFO to provide adequate time for any organization or agency committed to ending homelessness in Johnson County, KS to learn about and provide a letter of intent indicating they will be applying for CoC funding. Each year the CoC accepts and considers proposals from organizations whether they have previously received funding or not, and regardless of whether the CoC is applying for new funding.
To view a brief synopsis of the CoC program, CoC program components eligible for funding, and HUD's policy priorities, please visit https://ucsjoco.org/homelessness/. An updated timeline for the FY2022 KS-505 CoC process will be posted UCS’ website after CoC Board approval by 8/5/22.
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