This page shows FY 2019 awards for Continuum of Care (CoC) projects that were ranked in Tier 1, including new and renewal projects, and those that applied for a domestic violence bonus. HUD awarded nearly $2,163,951,389 billion for approximately 6,800 local homeless housing and service programs across the U.S. and its territories. These reports are organized by state and then by CoC, or community. An announcement of Tier 2 projects will be made soon.
Adjustments to Funding
The conditional award amounts included for renewal projects might be different than the request submitted in the project application. The McKinney-Vento Act requires HUD to make certain adjustments to funding prior to award. The following adjustments were made after the tiers were established:
- Funds awarded for rental assistance were adjusted by applying the Fair Market Rent (FMR) in effect at the time of application submission (including decreases). View the FY 2020 Fair Market Rent Limits.
- Funds awarded for operating and leasing in permanent housing projects were increased based on the average increase in FMR amounts within a CoC’s geographic area, weighted for population density. Because operating and leasing costs do not decrease relative to rent amounts for specific units, adjustments were not made to these costs if the FMRs decreased in the geographic area.
- HUD also reviewed projects to ensure they were consistent with the approved Grants Inventory Worksheet and CoC Program interim rule.
If you have questions or require more information, please submit a question to the e-snaps Ask A Question (AAQ) portal or contact your local HUD CPD field office.
View HUD's announcement regarding the FY 2019 CoC awards.