2017 HUD CoC NOFA Funding Information

Guilford CoC 2017 NOFA – Collaborative Application and Project Priority List Posted – September 26, 2017

The NC504 Collaborative Application is now posted on the Guilford CoC website (guilfordcoc.org) at this link:  http://guilfordcoc.org/2017-hud-coc-nofa-funding-information/

Guilford CoC 2017 NOFA Solicitation – UPDATED (07/31/17)

The Guilford County Continuum of Care (GCCoC) issued a Public Solicitation for new Project Applications and held a technical assistance workshop on June 8, 2017, and is issuing this updated Public Solicitation on July 31, 2017, to inform the community of changes in this year’s CoC Program Competition per the FY2017 NOFA. We encourage agencies that do not currently receive CoC Program funds, as well as current recipients, to consider applying for a new permanent supportive housing project, a new rapid re-housing project, and/or a new transitional housing/rapid rehousing hybrid project.

Both new and renewal project applicants, who submitted letters of intent by June 30, 2017, should take these updates under consideration when completing and submitting their project applications in e-snaps.

For more information, please find attached a summary of the FY2017 CoC Program Competition NOFA.


PEH, in conjunction with our NOFA consultant, Jackie Hundt, has updated the timeline for the NOFA process (as of July 19, 2017).  You can access it via this link.

FY 2017 CoC PROGRAM COMPETITION NOFA: What’s New, Changes, and Highlights 

The FY 2017 CoC Program Competition NOFA has several changes and new information that are important for CoCs and applicants as they consider the next steps of the local competition process and how these changes and new information affect their overall FY 2017 CoC Program Competition processes on the local level. We are providing a list of the high-level changes and new information with citations to the FY 2017 CoC Program Competition NOFA in a single, easy to use document. All citation references refer to the FY 2017 CoC Program Competition NOFA, unless otherwise stated. The citations listed may not include all the instances where a topic is mentioned; but rather, directs you to the main section or sections of the NOFA that provides the complete information you need to determine the course of action you as the CoC, Collaborative Applicant, or project applicant wants to take in this year’s CoC Program Competition.  View the list of changes here.


As the Collaborative Applicant for the Guilford County Continuum of Care (CoC), Partners Ending Homelessness (PEH) accepted proposals for Continuum of Care Homeless Assistance funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).  Both renewal and new project proposals were to be submitted to PEH by 5:00 p.m. on June 30, 2017. Further information along with submission procedures are described in the RFP document available at this link.