Continuum of Care Program Collaborative Applicant Registration (CoC)
This funding record is inactive. Please see the program website or contact the program sponsor to
determine if this program is currently accepting applications or will open again in the future.
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U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
The Continuum of Care (CoC) Program provides grants for
local collaborative groups that assist individuals and
families who are homeless by providing supportive care
services as they move into transitional and permanent
Projects must designate a collaborative applicant and
successfully complete a collaborative registration
process to be eligible to apply for funding. The
registration process allows for:
- Confirmation of geographic service area
- HUD's preliminary appropriation of need to geographic
- Request for Unified Funding Agency designation
- Request for High Performing Community designation
- Confirmation of an intent to submit a proposal.
The funding opportunity for the current fiscal year has not yet opened. In the
past, CoC funding provided:
- Permanent housing and rapid re-housing assistance
- Transitional housing
- Supportive services to homeless populations
- Homeless management information systems
- Safe havens
- Homelessness prevention activities
Eligible project applicants include:
- Nonprofit organizations
- Local governments
- Instrumentalities of state and local governments
- Public housing agencies
Amount of funding
Individual CoC program funding amounts are based upon HUD
priorities, locally determined priorities, and overall
demand for funds.
Collaborative Applicants are not required to complete the
registration process unless they have changes to
geographic codes, have merged, or intend to apply for
Unified Funding Agency (UFA) and/or High Performing
Community (HPC) designations. If a Collaborative
Applicant does not submit its CoC Program Registration in
e-snaps by April 7, 2022, HUD will move forward the
previous year's CoC Program Registration for the
Collaborative Applicant with no changes.
Collaborative applicant registration:
- Links to guidance and information about online
registration are available on the
CoC program website.
- Each local collaboration must register a
collaborative applicant using the electronic
registration in the HUD
Exchange e-snaps system.
- Collaborative applicant deadline is April 7,
- Collaborative applicants that are approved by HUD
are then eligible to apply for CoC funding.
CoC funding application:
- Links to the full funding announcement and
application procedures will be available through
grants.gov once the funding announcement is posted.
- The CoC funding application deadline for the
current fiscal year has not yet been announced.
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