Funding Opportunities & Current Projects

HUD Awards Over $200 Million
for New FY 2018 CoC Projects

HUD awarded over $200 million for over 900 new homelessness programs across the U.S. and its territories. These Continuum of Care (CoC) grants will help end homelessness and provide critically needed support to local programs on the front lines of serving individuals and families experiencing homelessness. This final announcement includes FY 2018 awards for all new, CoC planning, and Unified Funding Agency (UFA) costs projects. These awards also include new projects being awarded with Domestic Violence Bonus (DV Bonus) funding. HUD has now announced all FY 2018 CoC Awards.

View a list of all FY 2018 CoC Awards.

Note: This announcement follows HUD’s January 26, 2019 announcement that nearly $2 billion was awarded to renew more than 5,800 local homeless housing and service programs across the U.S. and its territories. The January 26 announcement included FY 2018 awards for all renewal projects and projects that applied for transition grants.

Appeals of an award determination must be submitted to HUD by 11:59 PM EDT on Monday, March 25, 2019. See Section X of the FY 2018 NOFA for more details.

For questions relating to this announcement, a recipient or Collaborative Applicant should send a message through HUD’s Ask a Question (AAQ) portal.

We deeply appreciate your work to end homelessness.

NeighborImpact Warming Shelter RFP 2018-19

NeighborImpact plans to provide funding to support organizations interested in providing warming shelter services to homeless individuals and/or families in the communities of Bend, La Pine, Madras, Prineville, Redmond, Sisters and/Warm Springs during the winter of 2018-19.

The funding will be in the form of a grant, with the intent of funding operational and facilities‐based costs for providing warming shelter services. These funds are not available for use in regards to Transitional Housing, Homelessness Prevention, Supportive In-Home Services or Community Capacity Building.

Organizations that received warming shelter funds last year may submit a Letter of Intent and a 2018-2019 budget in lieu of a full proposal. This exception is provided as long as the program elements, scope of work and populations served have not changed from last year’s submittal.  NeighborImpact must receive your letter by Monday, October 22, 2018 at 4:30 pm.

NeighborImpact is interested in expanding funding to warming shelters/centers that are open during the daytime hours. As this is a new opportunity for this funding cycle, all proposers interested in offering daytime hours service must submit a full proposal.

The due date for this RFP is Monday, October 22nd at 4:30 PM.

Download the RFP here:  NeighborImpact Warming Shelter RFP 2018-19

2018 HUD CoC Grant Competition

September 16, 2018:  The Central Oregon CoC submitted this year’s NOFA Application.  Thank you to everyone who helped in this truly collaborative effort!  Download the final application here: OR-503 CoC Consolidated Application 2018 If you have feedback around systems change or other issues/concerns, we invite you to submit an HLC membership application and join the conversation! June 20, 2018: HUD announced the Notice of Funding Availability for FY 2018. The NOFA establishes the funding criteria for the FY 2018 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program. HUD is making available approximately $2.1 billion in Fiscal Year 2018 for the CoC Program. The CoC Program is designed to promote a community-wide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness. Update: On August 16, the HLC grants committee met to review the scoring of the project applications by the Independent Review Team. They recommended a ranking which was approved the HLC executive committee that day. The rankings were posted on August 19 to the esnaps website, and these are now attached.

upload to Esnaps on August 19

A full list of new, changed, and highlighted information is available on the HUD Exchange. The FY 2018 CoC Program Competition opened Wednesday, June 20, 2018 and closes Tuesday, September 18, 2018 at 8:00 PM EDT.  See below for the Central Oregon CoC Grant process timeline. Documents for Central Oregon CoC 2018 application process:

Documents for HUD CoC Grant Recipients:

Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG)

2018-19 RFP DUE September 14th

NeighborImpact plans to pass through a portion of its total ESG federal grant award for 2018-19 to sub-recipients who provide ESG qualifying services as established by HUD. This fiscal year allocation amount is currently unknown. The funding under this RFP will be available for the time period beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2019. The due date for this RFP is Friday, September 14th at 4:30 PM. Final decisions will be made and applicants notified with awarded amounts by September 25th, 2018. Read the full RFP for more information: 2018-19 Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) RFP (updated)   Past documents for ESG Grant Recipients:  

2017 HUD CoC Grant

  FY 2017 Continuum of Care Program Competition Funding Announcement January 11, 2018: HUD announced over $2 billion to more than 7,300 local homeless housing and service programs across the U.S. and Guam. These Continuum of Care (CoC) grants will help end homelessness and provide critically needed support to local programs on the front lines of serving individuals and families experiencing homelessness. View a complete list of all the state and local homeless projects awarded funding.

View Oregon’s CoC Funding Awards

  The 2017 HUD CoC grant process is currently closed.  Download the 2017 CoC Application and Project Priority List:

Current Funded Projects

HUD CoC Program currently brings more than $596,000 into Central Oregon, supporting and leveraging funds for four housing programs and 40 units of housing:

  • Central Oregon Veterans Outreach, Housing Stabilization Program – 2 units
  • NeighborImpact Permanent Housing-Rapid Rehousing Program – 35 units minimum
  • Welcome Home Grant – 1 unit
  • Cascade Youth and Family – Runaway and Homeless Youth Re-Housing Project – 6 units

ESG Program funds support emergency and support services.  Check back for an updated list of funded programs.