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FY 2017 CoC Program Competition – 3 Days Remaining

There are 3 days remaining until the application submission deadline for the FY 2017 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Competition . The FY 2017 CoC Consolidated Applications, that includes the CoC Application and CoC Priority Listing with all project applications either approved and ranked or rejected, are due Thursday, September 28, 2017 by 8:00 PM EDT . Please allow ample time to complete your FY 2017 CoC Consolidated Application, and do not wait until the last minute to submit via e-snaps to HUD. HUD strongly recommends that Collaborative Applicants submit their applications at least 24 - 48 hours before the deadline. See Section VI. Application and Submission Information of the FY 2017 CoC Program Competition NOFA for application submission and timely receipt requirements for the FY 2017 CoC Program Competition. The CoC Application and the CoC Priority Listing are separate submissions in e-snaps ; therefore, Collaborative Applicants must ensure that both the CoC Appli

SSVF Upload Announcement – RE HUD Data Dictionary changes on October 1, 2017

Bowman Client Update SSVF Upload Announcement The SSVF upload in October is required to be in CSV v5.1 format. SSVF grantees were told on their call last week that they will be required to submit 3 uploads of FY 2017 HMIS data in the FY in v5.1 CSV format on the following dates: September 25th – September 28th – Required test upload September 29th – September 30th – First upload October 1st – 9th – Final upload Your current version of ServicePoint has only the v5.1 CSV format available. We will allow your grantees to have access to this version up until the October 9th deadline. The new version v6.1, required in November will be made available separately from the v5.1 version. All SSVF Grantees on ServicePoint will be able to complete the 3 required uploads. We will send more updates on the availability of v6.1 soon. Please contact your CCA if you have further questions. Mediware Information Systems, Inc. 11711 W. 79th St. |

Reminder: HHS Live Stream Recovery Month Event

Reminder —Recovery, Prevention, & Hope: Live Stream Panel of National Experts on Opioids Equips Faith and Community Leaders HHS Live Stream— National Recovery Month Event Wednesday, September 27 | 1–2 p.m. Eastern Time HHS will convene national leaders and experts to discuss the opioid epidemic and other addictions, and to help raise awareness, encourage compassion, reinforce the role of community and families in long-term recovery and prevention, and make a call to action. The webcast is being held as part of National Recovery Month . The event, hosted by the HHS Partnership Center, will be live streamed on both and the Recovery Month Facebook page . Join us and other #PartnersinHope by posting on social media a selfie or group photo of you gathering to watch this event! View the Live Stream on Wednesday, September 27 | 2–3 p.m. Eastern Time You can also hos

Vets@Home Peer Learning Webinar Series- Oct. 16th ~save the date!

                                    è To Register-  Attendee link: cshevents/onstage/g.php?MTID= efa6d2dba91a318ea787d91112445e d40 Please forward this message on to your CoC members, veteran committee, and other stakeholders and partners. Thanks, Susan Starrett ​

Housing First Partners Conference 2018

Call for Presentations DEADLINE EXTENSTION REMINDER SUBMISSIONS DUE BY OCTOBER 3, 2017 Housing First Partners Conference 2018 "Assuring Program Integrity in a Changing Environment" April 9 - 12, 2018 Marriott City Center, Denver, CO Presented by DESC and Pathways Housing First Institute There is still time to get your submission in! Dear Friends,       Just letting you know that the deadline for submitting your proposal has been extended! Proposal submissions are now due October 3rd! At the Housing First Partners Conference you and your work will... ♦ Gain visibility and recognition as a leader in ending the pervasive problem of homelessness and improving health, recovery, and well-being of people experiencing homelessness. ♦ Engage with others in the field and collaborate to expand Housing First and its implementation across all elements of our homelessness response and housing systems. HFPC 2018 will focus on how the principl

10 Ways to Talk About Inclusionary Housing

In This Issue: Hurricane Evacuees Forcibly Evicted in Miami ● Historic Step for Affordable Housing in CA ● Career Path for Community Change Agents ● A Partner, Not an Expert ● Also: Hurricane Recovery Resources ● You Said It! ● In Case You Missed It ● Jobs ● More Tuesday, September 26, 2017 In This Issue: Hurricane Evacuees Forcibly Evicted in Miami ● Historic Step for Affordable Housing in CA ● Career Path for Community Change Agents ● A Partner, Not an Expert ● Also : Hurricane Recovery Resources ● You Said It! ● In Case You Missed It ● Jobs ● More Hurricane Evacuees Are Forcibly Evicted in Miami Marcia Olivo, Miami Workers Center