Grants

Our community application and the individual project applications are complete and ready for public review and comment here: FY17 HUD CoC Program Applications.  Learn about the 2018-2019 HUD CoC Program grant application process by visiting our page on the HUD grant.  All local applications we received are posted on the local applications pages.   The local applications were scored by community stakeholders and the rankings are published in this PDF: GLHRN FY17 HUD CoC Program Application final ranking (pdf)

GLHRN facilitates three collaborative grant applications from network members: Lansing’s ESG grant, the MSHDA ESG grant, and the HUD ESG grant.

HUD Priorities:

  1. Strategic resource allocation
  2. Ending chronic homelessness
  3. Ending family homelessness
  4. Removing barriers to CoC resources
  5. Maximizing the use of mainstream resources
  6. Building partnerships
  7. Other priority populations – veterans and youth

GLHRN Priorities:

  1. Prioritize Permanent Housing including PSH and RRH
  2. Prevention of Homeless through intervention
  3. Supportive Services with targeted case management and wrap around services to lead to stability
  4. Shelter services
  5. Essential Services for vulnerable sub-populations
  6. Prioritize the chronically homeless

GLHRN Goals:

Engagement RateExit to Permanent Housing
Shelters45%Shelter21%
Transitional Housing95%Transitional Housing71%
PSH87%PSH88%
Prevention66%Prevention77%
RRH66%RRH77%
Service Programs66%Service Programs77%
Adults with Cash IncomeAdults with Cash/Non-Cash Benefits
Transitional Housing55%Transitional Housing56%
PSH54%PSH56%
Prevention54%Prevention90%
RRH54%RRH90%
Service Programs54%Service Programs90%
Adults with EmploymentExit to Housing with 31 Days
Transitional Housing55%Shelters15%
Prevention20%
RRH20%Recidivism to Shelter
Service Programs20%Shelters25%

The Continuum of Care for Ingham County, Michigan