Funding


HUD 2022/2023 CoC Program
MI-514 HUD CoC Consolidated Application (Final) for Submission (posted 9/28/2022)
The Housing Solutions Board and the CoC Local Planning Body has approved the MI-514 CoC Consolidated Application to be submitted on September 28, 2022 to HUD for its FY2022 CoC Program Competition. Thank you to the Board, the Homeless Coalition, and agency staff for your contributions, input, evaluations, and support to bring this application to fruition. Good luck to all of the FY2022 project applicants. Looking forward to successful outcomes for our community as we continue working together to end homelessness across our county. Here is a link to the full application:  MI-514 FY2022 CoC Consolidated Application PDF

HUD Prioritization and Ranking submitted in E-Snaps on September 15, 2022, 4:55:30
HUD Prioritization and Ranking, posted September 13, 2022
The following table represents the final vote from the Housing Solutions Board (HSB) on the prioritization for local projects for the MI-514 CoC Competition. It was a very difficult decision for the board this year, and we appreciate everyone’s full participation. Congratulations to everyone whose projects were prioritized for 2022. The HSB received Local Applications through August 22, 2022, which was posted to website, listserv, and meetings. Evaluators reviewed proposed projects through September 8, 2022 and then by the full board. In a meeting on September 12, 2022, Projects 1-6 were prioritized and ranked and additional information was requested for the new CoC Bonus competition projects, which was provided via follow-up email. The HSB then voted on the final prioritization and ranking. The results have been communicated via personal call, emails, listserv, Facebook, and website.

The HUD Continuum of Care Program Competition is now closed.
The Calhoun County CoC Ranking Tool and Rubric was approved by the Housing Solutions Board on Friday, August 19, 2022.
CoC Approved Ranking Tool 2022- posted 20220819

HUD 2022-2023 CoC Program Competition NOFO

The Local Application Form process is now closed for application for the HUD CoC Program Competition for Calhoun County. The CoC is considering renewal projects as well as new CoC Bonus applications up to $29,835 and new DV Bonus applications up to $59,670. The due date for the LAF to the CoC is August 22, 2022 at 5:00PM. Please email CoC Director, Maggie Honaker, at maggie@solveitforward.com for more information.
CoC Local Application Form 2022

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MSHDA ESG 2022/23
On August 9, 2022, the Housing Solutions Board voted unanimously to prioritize $184,362 in funds from the MSHDA Emergency Solutions Grant for 2022-2023 as follows:
Neighborhoods Inc of Battle Creek (HARA): $109,634
Haven of Rest Ministries: $38,944
Battle Creek Shelter: $21,957
Battle Creek Community Foundation: $13,827

MSHDA ESG NOFA 2022/23
MI-514 ESG Local Application Form 2022/23 Blank
MI-514 ESG Exhibit 1 Signed 20220616

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HUD 2021/2022 CoC Program
Calhoun CoC Application 2021 Final (posted 11/12/2021)
CoC Competion Priority Listing (Posted 11/5/2021)

FY2021 Reallocation and Prioritization of projects for the CoC Program Application (posted 10/26/2021):  At the Housing Solutions Board meeting on 8/20/2021, Summit Pointe announced they were not seeking to renew the HHAP grant. Funds were offered for competition for reallocation. Grant had been historically difficult to spend out due to its restrictive nature. It only serviced homeless with diagnosed disability and provided minimal security deposit/rental assistance. 9/1/2021, the CoC / HSB received an official letter confirming intention to have the funds reallocated. 8/25/2021, CoC website was updated with the opportunity and shared on the Homeless Coalition listserv and Facebook. The opportunity was shared again on 9/1/2021 and CoC received local applications from the Haven of Rest (emergency shelter) and SHARE Center (drop-in). CoC did outreach to Neighborhoods Inc (new CE) and Safe Place (DV shelter) to discuss. Project applicants were notified of the evaluation rubric and ranking tool via email on 10/14/2021 by the CoC Director.  The Housing Solutions Board met on 10/25/2021 in special session to review and priorize submitted projects. The 7 submitted projects were prioritized as follows:


The following rating and ranking tool and rubric will be used to evaluate all CoC local projects for the CoC Program Competition.
Performance Assessment-Monitoring Record Rubric_2021 (emailed 10/14/2021)
CoC Ranking Tool 10-2021 (emailed 10/14/2021)
HUD CoC Program Competition NOFO (posted 9/1/2021)
HUD CoC Program Detailed Instructions (posted 9/1/2021)
The MI-514 HUD Continuum of Care Program Competition is now Closed. Please use the link above to view the details of the NOFO.
2021_CoC_Program_Local Application Form – updated 9/1/2021
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MSHDA ESG 2021
ESG-Letter-of-Intent_2021-2022
Link to MSHDA 2021-2022 ESG NOFA

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HUD
2020-2021 HUD CoC AWARDS
Summit Pointe
SP-PSH Permanent Supportive Housing: $69,239
SP-PSH2 Permanent Supportive Housing: $70,577
HMIS Project:  $40,000
HHAP: $33,020
The Haven of Rest Ministries
Life Recovery Program: $88,330
TOTAL 2020-2021 AWARDS: $301,166

Review and Ranking: Projects approved for 2020-2021 (posted 01/31/2021):
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, HUD renewed MI-514 CoC Grants based on 2019-2020 annual renewal demand (ARD) and existing award distributions, without competition. The annual CoC Planning Grant has not yet been awarded for 2020.
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MSHDA ESG 2020
MI-514 MSHDA ESG Exhibit 1 20200826

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