Funding Availability

FY22 Continuum of Care Competition and Noncompetitive Youth Homeless Demonstration Program Renewal and Replacement Grants – Due 9/30/22

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) today announced that it will provide $2.8 billion in competitive funding to homeless services organizations across the country for supportive services and housing programs for people experiencing homelessness. The funding opportunity reflects the Biden-Harris Administration’s continued commitment to equity and evidence-based solutions to address homelessness. It also reinforces the Administration’s commitment to boost housing supply and lower costs by supporting local engagement to increase the supply of affordable housing.

Additionally, the NOFO contains explicit funding for (1) survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking; and (2) youth. The NOFO will provide at least $52 million for new rapid re-housing, supportive services, and other activities critical to assist survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking. Approximately $80 million is available for non-competitive Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP) renewal and replacement expiring grants.

Specifically, HUD is seeking projects that:

  • End homelessness for all persons experiencing homelessness;
  • Place emphasis on racial equity and anti-discrimination polices for LGTBQ+ individuals;
  • Use a Housing First approach;
  • Reduce unsheltered homelessness and reduce the criminalization of homelessness;
  • Improve system performance;
  • Partner with housing agencies to leverage access to mainstream housing programs;
  • Partner with health agencies to coordinate health and supportive services, including to prevent and respond to future infectious disease outbreaks;
  • Advance racial equity and addressing racial disparities in homelessness;
  • Engage people with lived experience of homelessness in decision-making; and
  • Support local engagement to increase the supply of affordable housing.

Applications for the FY 2022 CoC Program NOFO are due to HUD on September 30, 2022Click here for additional information.

Continuum of Care Competition and Noncompetitive_YHDP
HUD NOFO Full Package -Grants.Gov

Instructions and Information

HUD NOFO Resource Page

E-Snaps Resources

HUD E-Snaps Resource Page (And Log In)

Continuum of Care Supplemental Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for Unsheltered Homelessness and Rural Communities – Due 10/20/22

HUD announced a Continuum of Care (CoC) Program supplemental notice of funding opportunity (NOFO), which makes $322 million in competitive funding available to communities to address unsheltered and rural homelessness.

Applications must be submitted no later than October 20, 2022, at 8:00 PM EDT.  To apply, CoCs will need to demonstrate a comprehensive community approach to reduce homelessness among people experiencing homelessness with severe service needs, especially those with histories of unsheltered homelessness.  Projects funded under this supplemental competition will have a grant period of three years and will be added to the CoC ARD after the three-year period.  Future availability cannot be guaranteed.

The CoC Program funds the following project component types:

  • CoC Planning (Available under the Unsheltered Set-Aside Only)
  • Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH)
  • Rapid Rehousing (RRH)
  • Joint Transitional Housing /Rapid Rehousing (TH-RRH)
  • Homeless Management Information System (HMIS)
  • Supportive Services
  • Administrative

The Rural set aside can also be used for the following activities*:

  • Acquisition, new construction, and rehab to increase housing units in the community.   These projects will be a 5-year grant term.
  • Rent or utility assistance after 2 months of nonpayment of rent or utilities to prevent eviction or loss of utility service.
  • Short-term emergency lodging in motels or shelters, either directly or through vouchers.
  • Repairs, (such as insulation, window repair, door repair, roof repair, and repairs) that are necessary to make housing habitable to be used for transitional or permanent housing by people experiencing homelessness. The total cost of repairs may not exceed $10,000 per structure.
  • Staff capacity-building activities.
  • Emergency food and clothing
  • Costs associated with making use of Federal Inventory property programs to house homeless individuals and homeless families.

* Projects for hard costs (construction, repair, acquisition) are not renewable.  These other activities are considered special and may not be available in future NOFOs.

Instructions and Information

HUD Special NOFO Resource Page

FCEH – Appendix A – PIT Count – Bonus Points

Florida Rural Counties

Detailed Instructions

E-Snaps Resources

HUD E-Snaps Resource Page (And Log In)

Continuums of Care

Florida Continuums of Care are eligible applicants for all State and Federal homeless funding opportunities.  Each Continuum of Care will provide an opportunity announcement and a timeline for funding available in their CoC.  This page provides an overview and additional resources for individuals seeking to apply under the HUD Continuum of Care Program or the State Homeless Unified Homeless Funding Contract.

Please refer to your local CoC for funding opportunities, including local availability and funding timeline.

To find your local Continuum of Care, please use the information at the bottom of this page.

Examples of MOUs, Data Sharing Agreements & Policies

San Francisco ESG/CoC Program Desk Guide

HUD Homelessness & Health Data Sharing

HUD Emergency Rental Assistance CoC MOU with PHA

Lead Agency/Continuum of Care Map & Contact Information

Click on the number in the community to be directly linked to the Continuum of Care website.


Opening Doors NW Florida


Homelessness and Housing Alliance


Doorways of NWFL


Big Bend Continuum of Care


United Way of Suwannee Valley


Changing Homelessness, Inc.


Flagler Hospital – St. Augustine


United Way of North Central FL


Volusia/Flagler County Coalition for the Homeless


Marion County Homeless Council, Inc


Mid Florida Homeless Coalition


Coalition for the Homeless of Pasco County, Inc.


Homeless Services Network of Central Florida


Brevard Homeless Coalition


Homeless Coalition of Polk County


Tampa Hillsborough Homeless Initiative, Inc


Homeless Leadership Alliance of Pinellas County


Suncoast Partnership to End Homelessness, Inc.


Heartland Coalition for the Homeless, Inc.


Treasure Coast Homeless Services Council, Inc.


Palm Beach County Division of Human Services


Gulf Coast Partnership, Inc.


Lee County Continuum of Care


Collier County Hunger and Homeless Coalition


Broward County Homeless Initiative Partnership


Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust


Monroe County Homeless Services CoC, Inc.