FY 2016 CoC Program Registration - Deadline is Tomorrow


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FY 2016 CoC Program Registration -        
Deadline is Tomorrow


Submission Deadline: TOMORROW - Wednesday, May 11, 2016 at 7:59:59 PM EDT


The registration deadline is 7:59:59 PM Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) Wednesday, May 11, 2016. Registration submission must be received in e-snaps on or before the registration deadline. Failure to submit a registration in e-snaps by the deadline will result in the Collaborative Applicant being unable to access the FY 2016 Continuum of Care (CoC) Consolidated Application, which includes the project applications for reallocated projects, permanent housing bonus projects, renewal projects, CoC Planning projects, and Unified Funding Agency (UFA) costs. Consequently, the Collaborative Applicant will be unable to apply for funds. Therefore, it is imperative that all Collaborative Applicants meet this registration deadline.

As of 11:15 AM EDT this morning:
  • 266 – Completed and submitted CoC Program Registrations.
  • 109 – In progress, meaning the Collaborative Applicant has opened the CoC Program Registration forms.
  • 37 – In ready status, meaning the Collaborative Applicant has not started the e-snaps CoC Program Registration process.

Important Reminders

  • It is the responsibility of CoCs and their designated Collaborative Applicants to ensure that registration is completed. HUD does not intend to issue individual reminders.
     
  • Collaborative Applicants must complete the FY 2016 CoC Program Registration using e-snaps. The FY 2016 CoC Consolidated Application will not be available at www.grants.gov.
     
  • This FY 2016 CoC Program Registration process is not for project applicants. The Project Application will be available with the publication of the FY 2016 CoC Program Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA).
     
  • Before Collaborative Applicants can get to the actual registration forms, they must first register for the Funding Opportunity – “FY 2016 CoC Registration” in e-snaps. Registering for the Funding Opportunity does not mean that the CoC is registered to apply for FY 2016 CoC Program funds. See page 14 of the CoC Registration and CoC Review Instructional Guide for further information. If you stopped your registration on this page, your CoC is not registered – you must continue on to “Submissions” and complete the CoC Registration forms!
For more information, view the FY 2016 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Competition: Funding Availability page.


Questions?


If you have questions pertaining to e-snaps technical issues, please submit your questions to the e-snaps Ask A Question (AAQ) portal. To submit a question to the e-snaps AAQ portal, select “e-snaps” from the “My question is related to” drop down list on Step 2 of the question submission process.

If you have questions related to the CoC Program Interim Rule or a policy related question, please submit your questions to the CoC Program AAQ portal. To submit a question to the CoC Program AAQ portal, select “CoC Program” from the “My question is related to” drop down list on Step 2 of the question submission process.


Va. Gov. Terry McAuliffe, DOL Sec. Thomas Perez to Open 2016 NCHV Annual Conference, Event Nearing Capacity

Va. Gov. Terry McAuliffe, DOL Sec. Thomas Perez to Open 2016 NCHV Annual Conference, Event Nearing Capacity
Register now for largest gathering of nation's homeless veteran service providers 
Keynote Speakers announced!

  • Terry McAuliffe, Governor of Virginia, the first state to announce a functional end to veteran homelessness
  • Thomas E. Perez, U.S. Secretary of Labor
  • Sloan Gibson, U.S. Deputy Secretary of Veterans Affairs
Space is limited and we're nearing capacity, so register now for the 2016 NCHV Annual Conference, "A New Beginning: Building Blocks of a Post-Plan Era", taking place June 1-3, 2016, in Washington, D.C.
This year's event includes several new session offerings, formats, and focuses, along with the same access to top experts, best practices, networking opportunities, and proximity to your representatives in Congress. Click the link above to download the 2016 NCHV Annual Conference brochure for more information.

Register Today! SAMHSA Health IT Webinar “Working with Health Information Exchanges to Ensure Interoperability" on May 24




Join the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and Prince George's County Health Department for the third presentation in SAMHSA's Quarterly Health IT Webinar Series! This webinar will discuss the challenges to interoperability among HIEs and present solutions.

Presenters:
·         Dina Passman, MPH, LCDR, USPHS, Acting Team Lead, SAMHSA Health IT Team
·         Kenneth Salyards, Information Management Specialist, SAMHSA Health IT Team
·         Ernest L. Carter, MD, PhD, Deputy Health Officer, Prince George’s County Health Department
·         Barbara Banks-Wiggins, MSA, Project Manager, Prince George’s County Health Department


Providers and provider organizations are encouraged to attend.

Please send questions regarding webinar registration to: HealthITWebinars@abtassoc.com






Can Mixed Income Work?





In this issue: Making Mixed Income Work ● Putting the Impact in Impact Investing ● The Burden of Compliance
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Webinar | How to Design Your Resale Formula! | Thursday, May 12, 2-3 p.m. EDT

Grounded Solutions Network presents this webinar, showing you how to design a resale formula that works and how to evaluate its success. Participants will also review HomeKeeper Hub's industry-wide Social Impact Report for understanding performance as a whole in the field. Q&A to follow.

Webinar | Responding to Gentrification and Displacement in Urban Communities | Thursday, May 12, 3-4 p.m. EDT

In low- and moderate-income urban neighborhoods, gentrification and displacement are growing concerns. In this Connecting Communities webinar, sponsored by the Federal Reserve System, participants will hear about emerging research on gentrification, and presenters will discuss how they have promoted the use of equitable and inclusive development policies and practices.

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The Center for Neighborhood Technology has created AllTransit, a new tool for advocates, organizers, elected officials and anyone whose work would benefit from a database that goes beyond simple measures of "where transit exists" to nuanced interpretations through the lenses of health, equity, and economic development.

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The New Issue of Shelterforce Is Here!

Spring 2016: Mixed Income
Editor's Note: Mixing It Up

Miriam Axel-Lute, Shelterforce
For decades now, "mixed income" has been a watchword throughout the affordable housing and community development worlds. Compared to the worst examples of urban design that have physically isolated low-income families, mixed-income housing seems like an intuitively healthier, more equitable way to go about designing neighborhoods. But what specifically is the goal of mixed-income housing?  More

4 Ways to Make Mixed-Income Communities Real Communities
Bill Traynor and Frankie Blackburn, Trusted Space Partners
The fortunes of the public housing residents, the market-rate residents, the owner-manager agents, and the service providers really are intertwined when it comes to the relative success of their 'transformed' community. But what will they need to do to make that happen? . . . More

The Burden of Compliance
Diana Yazzie Devine, Native American Connections
Imagine having to ask a newly remarried mother of three about the status of her court-ordered child support from her previous marriage. On a path to forming her new life, she must disclose sensitive information as she learns that her child support order might still count as income, even if she's never received it. Months of bank statements are required as well as . . . More


Putting the Impact in Impact Investing

Bill Bynum, HOPE Credit Union
Here are three important ways to rethink impact investing, especially in persistently poor, rural communities . . . More



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On Is a Meritocracy Really What We Want?

Excellent article . . . I am becoming a believer that income supplementation is the answer, providing low-income individuals with some options for their lives . . . --Paul Dribin

By the end of the article it seems to me that you are advocating for more population-based solutions to overall wellness, which is great from a modern public health stand point. I just don't know why you had to trash Hillary and the Democratic party to make your point. As you point out, this approach has been around a long time and . . . --Danelle Riley

. . . The value of marginal solutions in a neoliberal environment is that they create the illusion of solution at far less cost than a real fix. --Tim Mungavan

. . . Is there a difference between socioeconomic "attainment" and "mobility" that isn't simply rhetorical? . . . Grassroots community and economic development strategies will always be crucial . . . but they can never take the place and match the scale of . . . --Charles Bergman


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