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Capital Region Housing Collaborative

The Capital Region Housing Collaborative is a group of over 25 agencies devoted to ending homelessness in the Lansing area. If your agency is interested in joining the Collaborative, please complete this form. If you would like to contribute toward ending homelessness in Ingham County, please consider donating to the Capital Region Housing Collaborative.

Capital Region Housing Collaborative is the Continuum of Care for Ingham County. This is a HUD designation, meaning that we are where local agencies come together to collaborate and coordinate information, services, and resources.

June 26th, 2019

ESG FUNDING AVAILABLE FOR INGHAM COUNTY

MSHDA Notice of Funding Availability

The Capital Region Housing Collaborative Continuum of Care (CRHC-CoC) announces the local Ingham County funding application process for the MSHDA Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG).  The ESG provides funding for public and non-profit agencies that respond to the needs of homeless populations through Street Outreach, Emergency Shelter, Homelessness Prevention Assistance, and Rapid Re-Housing Assistance. Membership or participation in the CRHC-CoC is required for all applicants.

If you are interested in applying for the Ingham County CoC MSHDA funding, please notify the CRHC Coordinator at glhrncoordinator@gmail.com prior to Noon on June 28, 2019 and she will send you the application packet.

Background information on this funding opportunity can be found at the MSHDA Website at:

https://www.michigan.gov/mshda/0,4641,7-141-5515-241719–,00.html

ESG Exhib B new 24CFR 576 2017

CRHC 2019-20_MSHDA_NOFA_grant_application

CRHC Internal App General Budget MSHDA

Score sheet MSHDA 19-20

Final Timeline – CRHC MSHDA applications

 

June 24th, 2019

ESG FUNDING AVAILABLE FOR INGHAM COUNTY

MSHDA Notice of Funding Availability

The Capital Region Housing Collaborative Continuum of Care (CRHC-CoC) announces the local Ingham County funding application process for the MSHDA Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG).  The local ESG deadline and application will be posted in the next few days. The ESG provides funding for public and non-profit agencies that respond to the needs of homeless populations through Street Outreach, Emergency Shelter, Homelessness Prevention Assistance, and Rapid Re-Housing Assistance. Membership or participation in the CRHC-CoC is required for all applicants.

Please check back here for more information coming soon! Background information on this funding opportunity can be found at the MSHDA Website at:

https://www.michigan.gov/mshda/0,4641,7-141-5515-241719–,00.html

 

CITY ESG FUNDING Cycle is Closed.

Announcing the Funding Opportunity for HUD ESG grant activities-

The CRHC Grant application for the City ESG is due back to the Coordinator on Tuesday, June 11 at noon.

CRHC Grant Application- City ESG 2019-2020

The following program activities and allocation amounts were approved by the CoC Board for the City ESG grants that begin July 1, 2019 thru June 30, 2020.

Street Outreach $5,028

Homeless Prevention $51,158

Shelter Operations $97,127

Homeless Management Information System $5,028 (HMIS Lead Agency)

Admin $11,918 (Grant Collaborative Applicant)

Please see the following websites for Laws, Regulator governance, and Grant Guidelines:

https://files.hudexchange.info/resources/documents/HomelessAssistanceActAmendedbyHEARTH.pdf

https://www.hudexchange.info/resource/4847/hearth-defining-chronically-homeless-final-rule/

https://www.hudexchange.info/resource/1927/hearth-esg-program-and-consolidated-plan-conforming-amendments/

https://www.hudexchange.info/resource/1928/hearth-defining-homeless-final-rule/

For additional information contact Katrina Urista or Toni Young at the 517 483-4477.

The Continuum of Care for Ingham County, Michigan