CoC Program Toolkit resources are provided to assist Continuum of Care (CoC) Lead Agencies, CoC Collaborative Applicants, and grant recipients and subrecipients to meet the specific requirements for which they are responsible. Resources assist with the establishment, governance, and operation of a CoC, as well as inform the implementation and operation of projects and the administration of grant funds. Resources are provided in a variety of formats, including online self-paced trainings, broadcasts, podcasts, videos, and presentations.
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Resources include links to the laws, regulations, and notices upon which the CoC Program is based and overviews of CoC Program requirements
Resources cover the range of Continuum of Care (CoC) responsibilities and duties, including CoC governance and structure, system operations and planning, system performance measures, and designating and operating the HMIS and a coordinated assessment systems
Resources define the homeless and at-risk of homelessness statuses and provide guidance to help recipients and subrecipients understand and administer their programs in compliance with regulations
Resources provide an overview of the program components, as well as how to target specific components, such as permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, supportive services only, rapid re-housing, and HMIS
Resources address the new grant administration requirements under the new CoC Program to include recordkeeping, match, and financial management
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Electronic grants management system that supports the annual CoC Program Application and the Annual Performance Reporting (APR)
Local information technology system used to collect client-level data and data on the provision of housing and services to homeless individuals and families and persons at risk of homelessness
Online data submission tool for reporting data to HUD on the Housing Inventory Count (HIC), Point-in-Time (PIT) Count, and Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR)