HUD Continuum of Care

Each year, the King County Continuum of Care (CoC) submits an application to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for McKinney Continuum of Care Homeless Assistance Grant funds. As part of the Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA), HUD requires our local CoC to conduct a thoughtful process to determine a priority order for projects.

2022 HUD NOFO

2022 Final Documents:

FY22 WA-500 CoC NOFO Consolidated Application w. Attachments

FY22 WA-500 CoC NOFO Priority Listing

CoC Local Process:

Approved CoC Local Values and Project Priorities

2022 Local Process Timeline

Grantee Meeting: CoC Program Local Application Agenda

Grantee Meeting PowerPoint: FY22 CoC NOFO Local Application Workshop

2022CoC Local Application Introduction

2022CoC Local Application Submission 

2022 Grant Inventory Worksheet

2022 Unsheltered Homelessness & Encampment Housing & Services RFP

CoC Bonus Opportunities:

KCRHA NOFA: FY 2022 CoC PSH Bonus Funding

CoC PSH Bonus: Letter of Intent (LOI) Submission

KCHRA NOFA: FY2022 DV Bonus

DV Bonus: Request for Proposal (RFP) Submission

FY22 Special NOFO

2022 Unsheltered Homelessness and Encampment Health and Housing Services RFP – Application

Direct Grantee Information:

Renewal Instructions

FY2022 Direct Grantee Workshop

Direct Grantee – Renewal Instructions_8.19.22

FY22 Direct Grantee Workshop_8.19.22.pptx

2022 CoC Convenings

The King County Regional Homelessness Authority (KCRHA), will be competing for up to $14,102,723 (over three years) in new HUD Continuum of Care (CoC) funds that focus on  investing in programs that reduce unsheltered homelessness, improve service engagement, health outcomes, and housing stability by using coordinated Housing First and Public Health Principlesto serve unsheltered individuals and families. These funds are being released for CoC competition through the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as part of the 2022 Special  Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) forUnsheltered Homelessness and Encampment Health and Housing Services. The amount available for this RFP will be determined by HUD’s final award amount to the Seattle-King County CoC. The KCRHA expects multiple local contract awards.

We cordially invite you to join one of our two community listening sessions for the upcoming release of the, Unsheltered Homelessness and Encampment Health & Housing Services Request for Proposal (RFP)

We welcome anyone with lived experience of homelessness, housing and homelessness service providers, public health workers, community members, and anyone else with an interest in learning more about this funding opportunity, while also providing input to help shape the RFP guidelines. 

The upcoming virtual engagements are on Tue. 8/16 from 9am-10am and Fri. 8/19 from 1pm-2pm. These meetings will be similar in content, so your participation is only needed once. Your attendance is not required to be eligible to apply for the RFP, but it’s welcomed.  

Please RSVP to : coc.questions@kcrha.org

2021 HUD NOFO

2021 Final Documents

CoC Program Project Application Materials

2021

Phase I – Intent to Renew posted 9.16.21

Phase II – Application Introduction posted 9.16.21

Phase III – Project Application Workshop posted 9.16.21