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SSVF Program Update: April 22, 2016

Topics: 1.       RRH Waiver Request Process Update 2.       Homelessness Prevention Threshold Score Change Process RRH Waiver Request Process Update As reviewed on the SSVF National Webinar on January 21, 2016 SSVF grantees may wish to request a RRH Waiver for the current grant cycle.  All grantees that were approved for a “Prevention Waiver” in previous grant cycles need to re-apply using new process described on the January 21 st  webinar (which can be viewed at the webinar link posted below).  RRH Waiver requests must be submitted  May 31, 2016 . This is a community-wide strategic request that should be submitted only after coordinating with your relevant community stakeholders. In addition, a COC endorsement is required for each request. To initiate the process please review with your Regional Coordinator to have a preliminary discussion about the need for a RRH Waiver and the process for submission. If you have any questions, please contact your Regio

FY 2016 CoC Program Registration Notice is Now Posted and e-snaps is Available

FY 2016 CoC Program Registration Notice is Now Posted and  e-snaps  is Available The  Notice of Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 Opportunity to Register and Other Important Information for Electronic Application Submission for the Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Competition  is now posted to the HUD Exchange. The FY 2016 CoC Program Registration Notice provides Collaborative Applicants with the information necessary to register CoCs in preparation for the FY 2016 CoC Program Competition. The registration process described within the Notice applies only to Collaborative Applicants who will register to submit the CoC Consolidated Application for FY 2016 CoC Program funds that includes the CoC Application, the CoC Priority Listing, and the project applications. While project applicants do not have a role in the registration process, you are strongly encouraged to also read through the FY 2016 CoC Program Registration Notice paying particular attention to HUD’s homeless policies and