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If a CoC eliminates an eligible renewal transitional housing project to create a new permanent supportive housing project for the chronically homeless using reallocation, can the applicant plan for the new permanent supportive housing project to have an operating start date immediately after the expiration of the transitional housing project?

Date Published: August 2017

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No. The reallocated project, if conditionally selected for award, is considered a new project. This means the project cannot begin operating or incurring costs for the permanent supportive housing project until the new grant agreement has been executed.

And, while it is possible that the permanent supportive housing project may support some of the same costs as the expiring transitional housing grant (e.g., salaries of the same staff), recipients should be aware that not all program participants residing in the transitional housing project will be eligible for the new permanent supportive housing project. Please see Section V.G.2.b of the FY 2017 CoC Program NOFA for eligibility requirements of new, permanent supportive housing projects awarded under the FY 2017 CoC Program Competition.


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