Project applicants must complete the first question on Screen 3C Project Expansion Information. For those project applicants that selected “Yes” to the transition grant question on Screen 3A, this screen will not appear. A transition grant cannot also be part of an expansion project. Applicants must respond to the questions as follows:
- Will the project use an existing homeless facility or incorporate activities provided by an existing project? Required. Select “No” if this new project application is not one of the two types of expansion projects defined above. Click “Save and Next” to proceed to the next screen. If “Yes” is selected additional questions will appear.
- Is this new project application requesting a “Project Expansion” of an eligible Continuum of Care (CoC) Program renewal project of the same component type? Required if “Yes” in question 1. Select “No” if requesting to expand a non-CoC Program funded project and answer the remaining questions on Screen 3C. If “Yes,” enter the renewal PIN number (first 6 characters of the grant number, e.g., AL0101) and the renewal Project Name of project that will be expanded through this new project application. Answer the remaining questions on Screen 3C.
For either CoC Program expansion of a renewal or expansion of non-CoC Program funded projects, select and add the applicable expansion activities from the eligible project type activities listed below. Note: “Coordinated Entry” is available as a selection in e-snaps but is only eligible for new Supportive Services Only for Coordinated Entry (SSO-CE) expansion requests.
- Increase the number of homeless persons served
- Providing additional supportive services to homeless persons
- Bringing existing facilities up to state/local government health and safety standards
- Replacing the loss of nonrenewable funding (private, federal, other excluding state/local government) - this selection is not appropriate for new expansion projects.
- Select the activities listed below that describe the expansion project and click on the “Save” button below to provide additional details. Select and “Add” one or more of the expansion activities from the list in e-snaps. Click on the “Save” button at the bottom of the screen and the additional questions will appear for each selection.
- Increase the number of homeless persons served. If selected, the following questions will appear: Indicate how the project is proposing to “increase the number of homeless persons served.”
Current level of effort? (from the most recently approved project application)
# of persons served at a point-in-time (approved # from screen 5A)
# of units? (approved # from screen 4B)
# of beds? (approved # from screen 4B)
New effort? (Proposed Increase to Current Grant Agreement Numbers)
# of additional persons served at a point in time that this project will provide?
# of additional units this project will provide?
# of additional beds this project will provide?
- Provide additional supportive services to homeless persons. If selected, the following questions will appear: Indicate how the project is proposing to “provide additional supportive services to the homeless persons served?” “Add” one or both explanations listed. Note: Coordinated Entry is available as a selection in e-snaps but is only eligible for new SSO-CE expansion requests.
- Increase number of and/or expand variety of supportive services provided
- Increase frequency and or intensity of supportive services
Describe the reason for the supportive service increase indicated above. Response must explain why supportive services are being increased from the current grant agreement.
- Bringing existing facilities up to state/local government health and safety standards; If selected, describe how the project is proposing to “bring the existing facilities up to state/local government health and safety standards.”
- Replacing the loss of nonrenewable funding (private, federal, other excluding state/local government). If selected for non-CoC Program funded projects answer the following question:
- Is the source of non-renewable funding controlled by the state or local government?