CoC Program Reports, Program Data, and Program Rents

About Grantees
About Grantees enables user to find contact information, reports, awards, jurisdiction, and other data for Collaborative Applicants and organizations that receive CoC Program and other HUD funding.

AHAR Annual Homeless Assessment Report
The Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR) is a report to the U.S. Congress on the extent and nature of homelessness in America. The report is prepared HUD and provides nationwide estimates of homelessness, including information about the demographic characteristics of homeless persons, service use patterns, and the capacity to house homeless persons. The report is based primarily on Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS) data about persons who experience homelessness during a 12-month period.

Annual Performance Report (APR) for CoC Program Funded Projects
Recipients with HUD funding received through CoC homeless assistance grants (e.g., Supportive Housing Program, Shelter Plus Care, Section 8 Moderate Rehabilitation Single Room Occupancy Program, CoC Program) are required to submit an APR electronically to HUD every operating year. Prior to April 2017, grantees reported their APR to HUD through e-snaps. All APRs that were not submitted in e-snaps by March 30, 2017 need to now be submitted in HUD’s Sage HMIS Reporting Repository.

CoC Awards and Funding Allocations
This page allows users to search for CoC funding allocations.

CoC Check-Up
HUD designed the CoC Check-up to help Continuums determine the degree to which they are prepared for the implementation of the Continuum of Care Program. The Check-up includes a self-administered online survey of major stakeholders, a process to review existing local data on homelessness, the development of a "HEARTH-readiness" rating, and a community plan to address HEARTH "readiness" issues. A Continuum cannot request HUD Technical Assistance without having completed the Continuum of Care Check-up.

CoC Dashboards
The CoC Dashboard provides an overview of a CoC’s award amount, projects, housing inventory, and households served. Dashboards are published annually.

CoC GIS Tools
These datasets contain the geographic boundaries and funding status information for HUD’s CoC areas by year.

CPD Funding Matrix and Dashboard Reports
These reports provide funding information for each city and state that receive CPD program funds, including CDBG, CoC, ESG, HOME, HOPWA, HTF, NSP. and Section 108.

CPD Maps
CPD maps allow users to run queries to display the following information:

  • Grantees that receive the following funding types: CDBG, Emergency Shelter/Solutions Grant (ESG), HOME, Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA), Continuum of Care (CoC), and Units of Local Government that participate in state programs
  • Locations of existing CDBG, HOME, public housing and other HUD-funded community assets, so that users can view past investments geographically when considering various strategies for future funding
  • U.S. Census demographic data
  • Communities Containing Colonias
  • Data from HUD information system as IDIS, DRGR, and the Homelessness Data Exchange.

Fair Market Rents
This page shows the HUD Fair Market rents.

Homeless Populations and Subpopulations Reports
These reports provide counts for sheltered and unsheltered homeless persons by household type and subpopulation, available at the national and state level, and for each CoC.

Housing Inventory Count (HIC)
The Housing Inventory Count collects information about all of the beds and units in each Continuum of Care homeless system, categorized by five Program Types.

  • Emergency Shelter: Total number of emergency shelter beds and units that are designated to serve people who are homeless and are recognized as part of the formal homeless system.
  • Transitional Housing: Total number of transitional housing beds and units designated to serve people who are homeless and are recognized as part of the formal homeless system.
  • Safe Haven: Total number of Safe Haven beds and units that satisfy HUD’s standards, as identified in the 2009 NOFA.
  • Rapid Re-housing: Total number of rapid re-housing beds and units.
  • Permanent Supportive Housing: Total number of permanent supportive housing beds and units.

The Housing Inventory Count also includes information about unmet need.

Point-In-Time (PIT) Count
The Point-in-Time Count provides a count of sheltered and unsheltered homeless persons from either the last biennial count or a more recent annual count. Counts are based on:

  • Number of persons in households without children;
  • Number of persons in households with at least one adult and one child; and
  • Number of persons in households with only children. This includes only persons age 17 or under, including unaccompanied children, adolescent parents and their children, adolescent siblings, or other household configurations composed only of children.

Counts are further broken down into subpopulation categories including counts of persons who are chronically homeless, persons with severe mental illness, chronic substance abusers, veterans, persons with HIV/AIDS, and victims of domestic violence.