COC COMPETITION FY 19 OVERVIEW Carrie Poser Co

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COC COMPETITION FY 19 OVERVIEW Carrie Poser Co. C Director, WI Balance of State

COC COMPETITION FY 19 OVERVIEW Carrie Poser Co. C Director, WI Balance of State Co. C August 2019

Overview • Collaborative Application – What’s New? • DV Bonus Projects • New Project

Overview • Collaborative Application – What’s New? • DV Bonus Projects • New Project Applications • Renewals • Questions?

Collaborative Application • Request for Information due August 16 th • Not exactly the

Collaborative Application • Request for Information due August 16 th • Not exactly the same as previous years • Coalition responses • Specific questions call for “Co. C-funded only” Answer all questions asked • How = process • Describe = details • • Do not restate question • Does not have to be in paragraph form, bullet points and lists work too • No fluff

Collaborative Application • Let’s Review Packet – questions? • Co. C Engagement • •

Collaborative Application • Let’s Review Packet – questions? • Co. C Engagement • • Emphasis on ensuring effective communication with people with disabilities Coalition engagement with people with lived experience • Co. C Coordination • Addressing Safety Needs • • • Emergency Transfer Plan Client choice, safety, confidentiality, trauma informed, victim centered services Combine Co. C, ESG, DOJ, and HHS funded projects in answers Training – serving DV Survivors • • List – who, what, where, when, etc. DV – Community Need Data • • • How do you know what the need is in the community? Must include source. How do you use the information you have?

Collaborative Application Public Housing Authorities (PHA) • • • Homeless preference, move on strategy,

Collaborative Application Public Housing Authorities (PHA) • • • Homeless preference, move on strategy, # new admissions, # of those new that were homeless Copy of admin plan (showing preference) & letter confirming strategy and numbers How did you get this collaboration going? If there is not collaboration with the PHA, why? What is the issue, barrier, or challenge? • Affordable Housing Providers • Protecting Against Discrimination • • What kind of protections are in place? Trainings provided? Discrimination, fair housing, equal access • Criminalization of Homelessness • Coordinated Entry • Point-in-Time • • Youth, chronic, families, veterans Emphasis on “specific” actions (planning, outreach, locations, etc)

Collaborative Application System Performance Measures • • • First Time Homeless – identify risk

Collaborative Application System Performance Measures • • • First Time Homeless – identify risk factors (targeted prevention? ) & strategies used Length of Time Homeless – how are you decreasing average length of time & targeting housing resources to those with longest time homeless Successful Permanent Housing Placement – strategies used to ensure positive exits from ES/TH/RRH/PSH Returns to Homelessness – strategies used to identify those returning & to reduce the rate Increasing Employment Income – strategies to increase $ and access • Co. C-funded & ESG-funded: • • • How do these agencies promote partnerships & access to employment opportunities with primate employers? How do these agencies work with public and private organizations to provide meaningful education and training for those in PSH? Any Local Coalition agency: • • Written agreement with education or training organization that includes prioritized access Written agreement with local workforce development board that includes prioritized access

Collaborative Application System Performance Measures • Increasing Non-Employment Cash Income – strategies to increase

Collaborative Application System Performance Measures • Increasing Non-Employment Cash Income – strategies to increase $ and access • Promoting Employment, Volunteerism, and Community Services (yes/no) • Performance & Strategic Planning Objectives • • • RRH of Families – strategy to rehouse in 30 days & maintain housing Youth Needs Youth Housing & Service Strategies – address & identify housing and services for youth Measuring Effectiveness – how (method & measure) and why Collaboration with Education Services • • • Active relationships (including formal partnerships) – youth education, Mc. Kinney-Vento staff, and school districts Policies to ensure people are informed of their eligibility for educational services Collaboration with Early Childhood Services • Active relationships (MOU/MOA vs. Other Formal Agreement)

Collaborative Application Performance & Strategic Planning Objectives • • Racial Disparity – assessment and

Collaborative Application Performance & Strategic Planning Objectives • • Racial Disparity – assessment and plan • Includes both access to homeless assistance and outcomes for those that do Accessing Mainstream Benefits • Healthcare – assist in enrollment and assist with utilization of benefits *BOS policy • Additional – how do you keep staff up-to-date? • Street Outreach – engage those unsheltered persons, frequency, location •

Collaborative Application - Scoring • Application is a total of 200 points • Bonus

Collaborative Application - Scoring • Application is a total of 200 points • Bonus Project Eligibility Co. C must evaluate projects based on the degree they improve system performance measures. • Reallocation (FY 15 – FY 18) – report % of ARD that was reallocated • Describe process for identifying low performing projects • Project Review and Ranking – evidence that the Co. C prioritizes housing and services to the hardest to serve populations (18 points) • • Describe how vulnerabilities (no income, AODA, history of DV, criminal history, chronic homeless) are considered by the Co. C (4 points)

Collaborative Application Co. C System Performance (31 points total) • • • 10 points

Collaborative Application Co. C System Performance (31 points total) • • • 10 points – decrease by at least 5% the number of sheltered (2 pts), unsheltered (5 pts), and total (3 pts) (PIT) 2018 PIT 2019 PIT Change Sheltered 3020 2781 -7. 91% Unsheltered 127 94 -25. 98% Total 3147 2875 -8. 64% 1 point – First Time Homeless - “reduction”

Collaborative Application Co. C System Performance • • 6 points – Length of Time

Collaborative Application Co. C System Performance • • 6 points – Length of Time Homeless - decrease by at least 5% FY 2017 FY 2018 Change % ES, SH 48 51 +3 +6. 25% ES, SH, TH 87 82 -5 -5. 75% • • 3. 17 Q FY 2017 FY 2018 Change % ES, SH, PH 145 164 +19 +13. 1% ES, SH, TH, PH 185 199 +14 +7. 57% 4 points – Exits to PH - increase by at least 5% (ES, SH, TH, RRH and PSH) FY 2017 FY 2018 Change ES, SH, TH, RRH 51% 50% -1% PSH 95% 94% -1% 4 points – Returns to Homelessness - decrease by at least 5% over a 6 -12 month period Total Returns FY 2017 FY 2018 Change 6 -12 mo. 330 (5%) 315 (5%) -4. 55%

Collaborative Application Co. C System Performance • • 3 points – Increase income Co.

Collaborative Application Co. C System Performance • • 3 points – Increase income Co. C-funded projects only • Increased FY 2017 FY 2018 Change Stayers 12% 18% +6% Leavers 29% 0 FY 2017 FY 2018 Change Stayers 15% 17% +2% Leavers 14% 21% +7% 3 points – Increase non-employment cash income Co. C-funded projects only Increased

Collaborative Application Performance & Strategic Planning Objectives (24 points) • 10 points = Reduce

Collaborative Application Performance & Strategic Planning Objectives (24 points) • 10 points = Reduce Chronic Homelessness – decrease by 5% total number & # of unsheltered • 4 points = Reduce Family Homelessness – decrease by 5% total number households with children • 7 points = Reduce Veteran Homelessness – decrease by 5% number of veterans • 3 points = Reduce Veteran Homelessness – decrease by 5% number of unsheltered veterans • 2018 PIT 2019 PIT Total CH 285 340 +19. 3% Unsheltered CH 12 19 +58. 33% Total HH w/kids 502 436 -13. 15% Total Veterans 165 195 +18. 18% 4 13 +225% Unsheltered Veterans • Change 10 points = Increase number of RRH beds available for all households RRH Beds 2018 HIC 2019 HIC Change 753 719 - 34

DV Bonus Projects SSO-CE DV – estimated $325, 000 • • Partnership with End

DV Bonus Projects SSO-CE DV – estimated $325, 000 • • Partnership with End Domestic Abuse WI – assessment, training, strategic planning with local coalitions to enhance coordinated entry access and services for survivors of DV RRH Expansion - total available = $647, 277 • • 5% admin – max amount to sub-recipients as a whole ($32, 363. 50) $582, 550 in non=admin services available (rental assistance, supportive services) No requirement that agency has received Co. C funded in the past Expansion of current RRH grant – new projects or expand current one Must you use data to demonstrate need – e. g. PIT and coordinated entry Quality of Project Application is now 50 of 100 points when HUD reviews – based on past performance of the applicant in serving survivors and their ability to house and meet safety outcomes Deadline is Friday, August 23 rd to [email protected] com

New Project Applications • Total available in BONUS funds = $503, 516 • No

New Project Applications • Total available in BONUS funds = $503, 516 • No requirement that agency has received Co. C funded in the past • Eligible project types: PSH, PSH Expansion, RRH Expansion • Must you use data to demonstrate need – e. g. PIT and coordinated entry • Deadline is Friday, August 23 rd to [email protected] com

Renewal Applications • Do not wait to submit! • Must update Project Applicant Profile

Renewal Applications • Do not wait to submit! • Must update Project Applicant Profile (including HUD-2880) before starting the project application • Must answer 4 questions in Recipient Performance APR submitted on time • Unresolved HUD monitoring for any previous grant term related to the renewal • Maintain consistent drawdowns (at least quarterly) • Funds recaptured (not all awarded funds were expended) • • Must update match information, dates (7/10/19 – 8/31/19), and sources

Questions?

Questions?