2017 Continuum of Care Program Competition & Notice of Funding Availability
The Madison County Partnership to End Homelessness (Continuum of Care) will accept applications in accordance with the Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the Fiscal Year 2017 HUD Continuum of Care Program Competition.
Information regarding the application process, eligibility and requirements can be found on the Madison County Website at http://www.co.madison.il.us/ or at https://www.hudexchange.info/programs/e-snaps/fy-2017-coc-program-nofa-coc-program-competition/
Project Applications for new or renewal funding must be submitted to the Partnership according to the specifications listed in the NOFA no later than 4:30 pm CT, August 29, 2017. Projects will be reviewed by the Partnership and either accepted or rejected no later than September 13, 2017. Written notice will be provided to all applications rejected by the Partnership.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or require further information.
David Harrison 618-296-5513, or email@example.com
Madison County Community Development
The Madison County Board established the Community Development department in 1975 to administer the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG), a program created by Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to provide Community Development Block Grant entitlement counties with resources to address a multitude of developmental needs.
In the following 40 years, Madison County Community Development has expanded its scope of operation to administer additional Federal, State of Illinois and local grant programs. During the 2014 fiscal year, Madison County Community Development served as the administrator of more than 30 programs and a budget or more than $20.5 million, programs and monies that improved and enhanced the quality of life for county residents.
Importantly, Madison County Community Development is committed to expanding economic opportunities, promoting affordable housing and suitable living environments, providing necessary emergency services and diligently working to alleviate conditions of poverty in Madison County.