Judy Herring

CoC Director
Phone: 910-395-4553 Ext. 202

jherring@capefearcog.org


Tri-Hic Membership

If you would like to become a member of Tri-Hic, please fill out our Tri-Hic Membership Form and the Code of Conduct Form. Send it to CoC Director, Judy Herring, jherring@capefearcog.org. Membership is free!


Weekly Vacancy Report

The vacancy report is a weekly update on Emergency Shelter capacity for our area. Click here to access the Google Drive and view vacancies for the corresponding week.


Emergency Assistance Street Sheet

The Street Sheet is a brief community resource guide to food, shelter, crisis response and other emergency resources available in our community.

2021 Street Sheet

 

CONTINUUM OF CARE POLICIES

ALERT!! 2021 CoC GRANT COMPETITION HAS BEEN RE-OPENED - DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION 10/19/2021 at 4 PM

The CoC Ranking Committee is soliciting new applications and will accept applications in the following two categories:

  • New Projects
  • New Expansion Projects for applicants whose renewal project has already been received

Agencies who are considering applying for funding must be aware of the short turnaround time frame. Applications must be entered into eSNAPS and a copy of the application submitted to the CoC for scoring and ranking along with necessary supporting documents. Information is available in the previous competition posts on this webiste.

 All agencies in our three county region who are interested in applying are encouraged to do so!

APPLICATIONS FOR CoC GRANT COMPETITION FUNDING ARE DUE TO OUR OFFICE ON
OCTOBER 19, 2021 BY 4 PM.
Electronic submissions are encouraged.

IN ADDITION TO THE APPLICATION MATERIALS, APPLICANTS MUST PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING REQUIRED CoC FORMS
(UNLESS THESE FORMS WERE SUBMITTED TO US BY YOUR AGENCY AS PART OF THE ESG APPLICATION PROCESS. RoI FORMS ARE GOOD FOR 15 MONTHS.) 

CoC Release of Information form

Code of Conduct and Conflict of Interest Policy

2021 CoC Grant Program Applications Due October 8th

On August 23rd, HUD published the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for the Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Competition (NOFO) on Grants.gov and  the Funding Opportunities page on HUD’s website. Resources will be available on the Continuum of Care Program Competition page of HUD’s website. This is a public notice of funds available.  

All agencies in our three county region who are interested in applying are encouraged to do so!

APPLICATIONS FOR CoC GRANT COMPETITION FUNDING ARE DUE TO THE CoC OFFICE ON OCTOBER 8, 2021 BY 4 PM. IN ADDITION TO THE APPLICATION MATERIALS, APPLICANTS MUST PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING REQUIRED CoC FORMS (UNLESS THESE FORMS WERE SUBMITTED TO US BY YOUR AGENCY AS PART OF THE ESG APPLICATION PROCESS. RoI FORMS ARE GOOD FOR 15 MONTHS.

CoC Release of Information form

Code of Conduct and Conflict of Interest Policy

FY 2021 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Competition Scorecards and Scoring Guidelines

The Continuum of Care Ranking Committee proposed project scorecards and ranking guidelines for  FY 2021 CoC Program Competition. The CoC Board approved these documents on September 23rd. Please click on the links below to review the documents.

Approved CoC Competition FY2021 Scorecard

Approved FY2021 Tri-HIC Rating-Ranking-Reallocation-Plan

Tri-County Homeless Interagency Council

The Tri-County Homeless Interagency Council is the Cape Fear Area’s HUD - approved homeless Continuum of Care (NC-506) encompassing Brunswick, New Hanover and Pender Counties. The Continuum of Care (CoC) is an alliance of service providers, local government agencies, and other public interests whose common goal is the reduction and ultimate elimination of homelessness in the Cape Fear Region.

Beginning in 1995, HUD encouraged the establishment of Continuums of Care in order to coordinate services and housing resources for those experiencing homelessness. On an annual basis, our CoC brings in approximately $1 million in federal, state, and local funds to provide emergency services and housing to individuals and families who are homeless. With the passage of the HEARTH Act in 2009 and the Opening Doors federal strategic plan to end homelessness, Continua of Care are required to have and administrative backbone and further align their sources of federal, state, and local dollars. In an effort to meet the expectations of federal and state partners, the CoC has partnered with the Cape Fear Council of Governments to staff a CoC Administrator.

The COG provides administrative support to the CoC to ensure all the federal mandates for CoCs are met, resources are aligned to the greatest extent possible, and members are informed of best practices in creating effect systems of ending homelessness.

For more information on the Tri-County Homeless Interagency Council and to become a member, please contact CoC Director, Judy Herring.

 

GRIEVANCES OR COMPLAINTS?

To make a complaint/file a grievance regarding the NC-506 Continuum of Care and/or specific provider, complete the form found by clicking here. Your complaint/grievance will be investigated and reviewed by the Tri-HIC Monitoring Committee. Findings related to your complaint may be referred to the CoC Board for action.