2019 Continuum of Care Program Competition Resources

On July 3, 2019, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) released a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the Fiscal Year 2019 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Competition. The deadline for submitting applications to HUD is 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time on September 30, 2019. This year, our CoC will apply for $26.2 million in annual funding for homeless services, most of which support 40 existing permanent and transitional housing programs operated by more than 18 local nonprofits and governments. Together these programs help to house more than 1,500 formerly homeless households throughout Multnomah County. 

The Joint Office of Homeless Services will post all 2019 CoC Program Competition resources and updates here. If you have questions or need any of these materials translated into another language, please contact Erin Pidot at erin.pidot@multco.us or 503-988-2524. 


As part of this year's CoC Program Competition, CoCs may submit new and expanded project applications under the bonus and reallocation process, and under the Domestic Violence (DV) Bonus process. 

There was an optional info session on Thursday, July 25, 2019 at the Joint Office of Homeless Services.

Pre-applications are due by Wednesday, August 14, 2019 by end of day (11:59 PM).


A Home for Everyone is seeking applications for new or expanded projects to provide permanent housing for people experiencing homelessness. Priority will be given to projects that will most effectively address the housing and service needs for a community of color that is over-represented in Multnomah County’s homeless population, and projects that will most effectively address these needs for LGBTQ people of color. Multiple projects serving different and/or overlapping populations may be selected. Selected projects will be invited to apply for renewable federal funding totaling $1.2 million annually.

GENERAL PROJECT PRE-APPLICATION MATERIALS (Zip file that includes word and PDF versions of the pre-application and the budget worksheet)



For the second year in a row, HUD is making available new funds through a DV Bonus to provide housing and services to survivors of domestic violence, dating violence or stalking. DV Bonus grantees must be state certified victim service providers by date of award. Selected projects will be invited to apply for renewable federal funding totaling $665,638. 

DV PROJECT PRE-APPLICATION (Zip file that includes word and PDF versions of the pre-application and the budget worksheet)


2019 CoC Renewal Projects

Important Due Dates for 2019:

  • May 1: CoC grantees review Calendar Year 2018 APR data and complete any necessary data clean up

  • May 8: CoC grantees complete the 2019 AHFE CoC Renewal Project Survey and 2019 CoC Renewal Project Operating Budget Survey

  • Aug 16: CoC grantees complete Renewal Project Applications in e-snaps

  • Sep 13 (or before): CoC project rating & ranking results and Tier 1/Tier 2 placements are finalized by the A Home for Everyone Resource Advisory Committee and posted online

hud Documents & Links

Previous CoC Program Competitions

For materials from prior years’ CoC Program Competitions, click here.