As the Collaborative Applicant for the Chicago Continuum of Care (CoC), All Chicago administers our city’s annual evaluation and application process for US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) CoC funding.
Housing Inventory Count & Point-In-Time Count
Each year, Chicago completes a Housing Inventory Count (HIC) to count the number of beds and units available for people experiencing homelessness. Chicago also completes a Point-in-Time (PIT) Count each year to count the number of people experiencing homelessness in shelters and on the street. Here are some highlights from the 2020 HIC and highlights from the 2020 PIT.
View the 2020 PIT Report
View the 2021 HIC Report
The 2021 HIC process will open on December 23, 2020 and closed on February 2, 2021. A recording of the 2021 Pre-HIC and HIC processes webinar is available for review here and you can view the slides here.
The 2021 HIC report can be accessed here. The 2021 HIC highlights and 2021 PIT report will be released in the upcoming weeks.
FY 2021 Intent to Renew
The FY 2021 Intent to Renew is now complete. The 2021 desk audit topics are expected to be released in December 2021. Completion of the 2022 ITR is expected to take place January through February 2022. The technical assistance (TA) period following the ITR is expected to take place in April 2022.
These materials were used in the FY 2021 ITR process:
New Projects Process
When the New Project Application is released, we will include it here. All applicants who received notification to move forward to the next stage, will find the documents below. Please send any questions to CoCPrograms@allchicago.org.
FY 2021 Local Evaluation Instrument
The FY 2021 Local Evaluation Instrument (LEI) is now complete. All HUD CoC funded renewal projects are required to submit an LEI to be eligible to apply for HUD renewal funding through the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) process. The LEI is accessed in Alchemer, formerly Survey Gizmo. The 2022 LEI will measure performance in 2021. It is expected to launch in April 2022 with final scorecards released in June 2022.
These materials were used in the 2021 LEI:
HUD CoC Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) – formerly referred to as the NOFA
HUD released the FY 2021 Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for the CoC Program Competition. HUD has changed the acronym from NOFA to NOFO. All Chicago will update this page with resources and trainings to support existing HUD CoC funded projects.
- FY 2021 Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO)
- FY 2021 Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) Highlights
- FY 2021 Project Application Detailed Instructions
- FY 2021 Project Application Navigational Guide
All Chicago will be conducting the following trainings for agencies with existing renewal HUD CoC funded projects:
Project Application Training – Tuesday, September 7, from 10:00 – 11:00 am. This training is for individuals with prior experience in completing the Project Application and working in e-snaps. Find more information and register here.
E-snaps focused Training – Wednesday, September 8, from 10:00 – 11:30 am. This training is for individuals who may be completing the project application for the first time and/or would benefit from a detailed walk through of e-snaps software. Find more information and register here.
All existing renewal project applications must be a project application to be considered for renewal funding. Please note the following deadlines:
Project Application 1st Draft Due: noon Friday, October 1
Feedback on First Drafts Sent to Agencies: Monday, October 11
E-snaps Project Application 2nd Draft Due: noon Wednesday, October 13
Feedback on Second Drafts Sent to Agencies: Thursday, October 14
HUD Deadline for Project Applications: Friday, October 15
Please contact CoCPrograms@allchicago.org with any questions.
Previous NOFA related materials:
- FY 2019 Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA)
- FY 2019 Chicago CoC Ranking Policies & Final Project Ranking Listing
- FY 2019 NOFA CoC Application and Attachments
- FY 2019 NOFA CoC Priority Listing
- FY 2019 NOFA Highlights