The Kings/Tulare Homeless Alliance is a consortium of partners that includes homeless service providers, advocacy groups, government agencies and homeless individuals who are working together to address the housing and support service needs of the homeless in this region of the San Joaquin Valley.
The issues associated with the homeless can be complicated. Solutions to resolve these problems require considerable time, energy and financial resources. If you wish to contribute your time and talents to this effort and have a common vision of providing housing and support services to the homeless, we welcome your support.
The Kings/Tulare Homeless Alliance is pleased to announce that the FY2014 CoC Program consolidated application has been been submitted to HUD. Our community is eligible for approximately $2 million dollars in funding for housing, supportive services and the local Homeless Management Information System (HMIS). Awards announcements are anticipated to be made in early 2015.
The Kings/Tulare Homeless Alliance is pleased to announce the funding recommendations for the FY2014 HUD CoC Program competition. Click here for the detailed list of projects that will be submitted as a part of the HUD Priority Listing for FY2014.
The deadline for final applications, with required corrections, must be submitted in e-snaps is 11:59 p.m. PST on October 24, 2014. Please contact Betsy McGovern-Garcia at email@example.com should you have any HUD application or esnaps questions.
On September 16, 2014 HUD officially published the FY 2014 CoC Program Funding Notice. The Kings/Tulare Homeless Alliance (formerly the CoC) will be publishing additional information regarding timelines and the process, and we strongly encourage you to start reviewing the FY2014 NOFA and the original FY 2013/2014 NOFA governing the 2-year funding cycle.
Please consider the following action items:
- Applicants need to be current with DUNS and SAM to be eligible. Please check those systems and make sure your organization is current.
- Each applicant will be required to submit documentation to the Rating & Ranking Committee of match and leverage. Please start working on that documentation.
- Each applicant will need to submit a "Certificate of Consistency with the Consolidated Plan". If you have a contact within your local government jurisdiction, we strongly encourage you to begin that process.