This page contains information and documents pertinent to past grant competitions.
Past CoC Grant Competitions
FY2017 CoC Grant Competition
HCCSC received $3,021,970 from the 2017 CoC grant competition to support housing and services for the homeless in Stark County. For a breakdown of awards per project, visit The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development FY2017 awards.
HCCSC was notified that the Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the 2017 CoC grant competition was released on Friday, July 14, 2017. Read the NOFA or find more information on the FY2017 CoC Program NOFA page of HUD’s website.
HCCSC’s LOCAL RESOURCES & MATERIALS FOR 2017 COMPETITION
2017 Project Ranking Methodology Used by the HCCSC
Updated 2017 Board-Approved Project Ranking (approved September 5, 2017)
Announcement of 2017 Application Workshop. Please click the link for more information.
HCCSC’s LOCAL FORMS FOR 2017 COMPETITION
FY2017 CoC Local Application Form (also available as C.6 on the Charter & Policies page)
FY2017 CoC Local Scoring Sheet (also available as C.7 on the Charter & Policies page)
FY2016 CoC Grant Competition
HCCSC received $2,696,040 from the 2016 CoC grant competition to support housing and services for the homeless in Stark County. For a breakdown of awards per project, visit the FY2016 CoC Competition Grants page of HUD’s website. Click on Ohio to open a PDF and find HCCSC’s awards listed under OH-508.
HCCSC’s LOCAL FORMS AND RELEVANT RESOURCES FOR 2016 COMPETITION
FY2016 CoC Local Application Form
FY2016 CoC Local Scoring Sheet
2016 Priority Listing (approved by HCCSC Board August 9, 2016)
HCCSC Board-approved “Guiding Principles in Scoring Applications Submitted for the 2016 HCCSC Local Competition for CoC Grant Funds”
HCCSC FY2016 HUD-Approved Grant Inventory Worksheet (approved by HUD August 15, 2016)
Notice of Funds Available for Housing Projects Serving the Homeless
Ranking Methodology Used by the Recipient Approval and Evaluation Committee
FY2015 CoC Grant Competition
Past ESG Grant Competitions
CITY OF CANTON LOCAL FORMS FOR 2018 ESG COMPETITION
2017 ESG Application Workshop was held on Friday, December 16, 2016 at 2pm at Stark County Regional Planning Commission. Please click on the links below for the electronic versions of the application materials, which were distributed at the workshop:
Past ODSA Grant Competitions
FY2016-2017 Supportive Housing Program (SHP) & Homeless Crisis Response Program (HCRP) – Shelter
The FY2016-2017 SHP and HCRP Shelter Programs are expected to have 20% funding cuts and will be highly competitive.
Funding Priorities for FY2016: Funding priorities for SHP and HCRP are determined by the Homeless Continuum of Care of Stark County (HCCSC) based on local gaps/needs and driven by ODSA policy priorities. The HCCSC’s System Performance Committee recommends that Permanent Supportive Housing for individuals be prioritized for FY2016/2017 SHP funding.
FY2016-2017 Homeless Crisis Response Program (HCRP) – Regional
Funding Priorities for FY2016/2017: Funding priorities for HCRP are determined by the Homeless Continuum of Care of Stark County (HCCSC) and driven by ODSA policy priorities. Only Rapid Rehousing projects will be considered for funding in the FY2016/2017 HCRP Regional RFP.
Past OHFA Grant Competitions
Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA): Capital Funding to End Homelessness Initiative
$2,000,000 in capital funds was awarded to Stark County projects (below) through the Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) Capital Funding to End Homelessness Initiative in 2014. For more information regarding the funds, please click here.
Alliance for Children and Families – B-First – 10 Unit Permanent Supportive Housing Complex for homeless and disabled families with children ($1,500,000)
Coleman Professional Services – Changing Destinies – 10 unit Permanent Supportive Housing complex for homeless and disabled transitional age youth, ages 18 -24 ($260,000)
ICAN Housing – Basic Accommodations – Safe Haven Renovations for homeless individuals ($150,000)
CommQuest – Family Living Center – Shelter renovations at the Western Stark family shelter ($90,000)