NOFO (Grants)

2022 MTCoC Consolidated Application Posted

The Montana CoC Coalition posted the 2021 CoC Consolidated Application to the website today.  This complies with the HUD requirement to post the application publicly two-days prior to the November 16th deadline.  If you have any comments or feedback, please send them to admin@mtcoc.org.

HUD Supplemental Notice of Funding Opportunity

On June 22, 2022, HUD announced it is making $322 million in competitive funding available to communities to address unsheltered and rural homelessness through a Special CoC Program Notice of Funding Opportunity. To apply, CoCs will need to demonstrate a comprehensive community approach to reduce homelessness among people experiencing homelessness with severe service needs, especially … continue reading

2022 HUD Notice of Funding Opportunity

HUD released the ​Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for the Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 Continuum of Care Competition and Noncompetitive Award of Youth Homeless Demonstration Program Renewal and Replacement Grants on August 1, 2022. This is the Annual CoC Program Competition for funds and will be referred to as the “Regular NOFO” in 2022. HUD’s … continue reading

2021 MTCoC Consolidated Application Posted

The Montana CoC Coalition posted the 2021 CoC Consolidated Application to the website today.  This complies with the HUD requirement to post the application publicly two-days prior to the November 16th deadline.  If you have any comments or feedback, please send them to admin@mtcoc.org.

2021 MTCoC Project Rankings

The Montana Continuum of Care Coalition Board of Directors voted on 10/29/2021 to accept all applications that were submitted for 2021 and approved the following final project rankings. No applications were rejected or reduced.

2021 NOFO Competition for Renewal Project Applications

53% of renewal project scoring is based upon HUD’s System Performance Measures (SysPM) and using actual data from the most recent, fully completed Annual Performance Report.  Another 40% of the scoring uses other objective scoring criteria with the remaining being subjective narratives related to how a project meets a need identified in a local Needs and Gaps Assessment.

2021 NOFO Competition for New Project Applications

80% of a new project’s score comes directly from answers provided in the HUD eSNAPS project application and 20% from MT CoC supplemental application questions.