This SNAPS Weekly Focus focuses on one of the changes that you can make within your CoC or permanent supportive housing (PSH) project that will help to end homelessness for the most vulnerable people we serve – persons experiencing chronic homelessness.
For the first time in 2013, HUD will precede the release of the NOFA with a 10-week communication strategy in which we focus on a particular topic or priority each week. This message is the first in the series.
HUD published SNAPS-Shots #3 regarding requirements for ESG recipients and subrecipients providing ESG-funded rental assistance or housing and relocation services under the Rapid Re-Housing and/or Homelessness Prevention components.
On February 20, 2013, the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Family Assistance released an information memorandum (IM) entitled "Use of TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) Funds to Serve Homeless Families and Families At Risk of Experiencing Homelessness".
This message provides additional guidance for questions submitted by recipients and field offices regarding grantees’ decisions to transition former SHP projects from leasing to rental assistance. It also provides an opportunity to register for a webinar, titled "CoC Program – Leasing vs. Rental Assistance: Determining How to Classify Your Project on the GIW".