Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Monday, December 16, 2013 1:00 – 4:00 p.m..  Welcome and Introductions  Overview of Review and Ranking Process ◦ Letter of Intent ◦ Spending Analysis.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Monday, December 16, 2013 1:00 – 4:00 p.m..  Welcome and Introductions  Overview of Review and Ranking Process ◦ Letter of Intent ◦ Spending Analysis."— Presentation transcript:

1 Monday, December 16, 2013 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.

2  Welcome and Introductions  Overview of Review and Ranking Process ◦ Letter of Intent ◦ Spending Analysis ◦ Timeliness of Claims  Project Ranking ◦ Annual Renewal Demand (ARD) ◦ Tier 1 and Tier 2 ◦ HUD Process  Discussion

3

4  Information requested in Letter of Intent ◦ Performance and program outcomes ◦ CoC monitoring findings ◦ HUD monitoring findings ◦ Unexecuted grants ◦ HMIS participation and data quality ◦ CoC membership involvement ◦ Spending (timely or slow) ◦ Cost effectiveness ◦ Match ◦ Leveraging ◦ Clients’ Survey/Feedback

5 See Handout

6

7 Has the Project returned any funds in the last 3 years? Sponsor2008 NOFA2009 NOFA2010 NOFA2011 NOFA2012 NOFAY/NCategory Funds Remaining ABC - PHN/A $0.00In ProcessNo2011 New Project JFS - PHN/A $49,294.28$0.00In ProcessYesLeasing, SS, Admin (2010) SFTS$47,319.76$57,094.87$15,457.28$32,636.01In ProcessYes SS, Admin (2008) SS (2009) SS (2010) SS, Ops (2011) POL$2,116.58$8,047.78$0.00 In ProcessYes SS, HMIS (2008) SS, Ops (2009) OSH$0.00 In ProcessNo FSA$24,538.12N/A $5,685.92In ProcessYesLeasing, Ops (2008) Leasing, SS (2011) ABC - TH$0.00$13.51$0.00In ProcessN/ANoSS (2009) MVK$0.00 N/ANo JFS - TH$25,601.01$4,396.27$5,586.24In ProcessN/AYes Leasing, HMIS, Admin (2008) Leasing, HMIS, Ops, Admin (2009) Ops, Admin (2010) MFI$0.00 In ProcessN/ANo USV - VIP$47,585.11$0.00$22,935.18In ProcessN/AYesOps, Admin (2008) Ops (2010) USV - CHAMPSN/A$193,732.09N/AIn ProcessN/AYesLeasing, HMIS, Ops, Admin (2009) COR - SSO$45,586.03$1,280.00$5,259.39$0.00In ProcessYes SS, HMIS (2008) SS (2009) SS, HMIS (2010) COR - PHDisN/A $7,333.34$0.00In ProcessYes2007 Grant Ops, HMIS (2010) COR - PHChrN/A In ProcessN/AYes2007 Grant - returned $23,644.28 DMH - HHOPEN/A In ProcessN/A 2011 New Project DMH Women$5,481.01$9,402.66$8,139.06In ProcessN/AYes Ops (2008) SS, Ops (2009) SS (2010) DMH - RPH$485.44$0.00 In ProcessNoHMIS (2008) DMH - DPH$87,497.29N/A$0.00 In ProcessYesOps, HMIS (2008) DMH - Mens$11,371.27$978.02$0.00 In ProcessYesLeasing (2008) Operations (2009) DMH - Outreach$22,015.73$373.14$0.00 In ProcessYesLeasing, SS, HMIS (2008) HMIS (2009) HA - All IN/A $161,264.63In ProcessYes 2007 Grant - returned $440,137.31 RA, Admin (2011) HA - All IIN/A 2007 Grant - In Process HA - Consolidated$73,165.80$103,276.35$17,692.51$128,224.85In ProcessYes RA (2008) RA, Admin (2009) RA, Admin (2010) RA, Admin (2011) Whitside LSS$16,485.32$0.00$3,044.97In ProcessN/AYesSS, Ops, HMIS (2008) Ops (2010)

8

9

10  HUD Two-Tiered Ranking System ◦ Tier 1 - High priority, high performing, meets CoC gaps. Amount for Tier 1 projects is based on the value of Annual Renewal Demand (ARD) approved in Registration, less the national percentage funding cut as identified in the NOFA. ◦ Tier 2 – May meet CoC needs and gaps, but are lower performers or lower priority for the CoC. Tier 2 is the amount between the CoCs Tier 1 and the CoCs ARD, plus any approved amounts for CoC Planning and UFA costs.

11  Per the HUD approved Grant Inventory Worksheet (GIW): ◦ ARD is $8,398,381.00  Tier 1is ARD Less 5% = $7,978,461.95  Tier 2 is the Balance = $419,919.05

12 1. Renewal Permanent Housing Projects 2. Grants Rating and Ranking CommitteeNew Rapid Re-housing created through reallocation for homeless households with children 3. Renewal Transitional Housing 4. CoC Planning Costs 5. UFA costs 6. SSO projects for centralized or coordinated assessment system 7. Renewal HMIS 8. All other renewal Supportive Services Only projects 9. Any project application submitted by the CoC that was not included in the HUD approved GIW

13 Per HUD ARD less 5% = $7,978,461.95 -$7,609,279.00 $ 369,182.95 TIER 1 Annual Renewal Demand (ARD) Renewal Permanent Housing 1. RCDMH Coachella Valley Permanent Housing $485,138.00 2. RCDMH HHOPE Permanent Housing $543,565.00 3. RCDMH Woman's Permanent Housing $107,789.00 4. ABC Recovery Permanent Housing $237,453.00 5. RCDMH Riverside Permanent Housing $357,540.00 6. RCDMH Men's Permanent Housing $140,264.00 7. Shelter Plus Care All County # 2 $258,096.00 8. FSA PH for Disabled Women with Children $222,153.00 9. JFS Desert Vista Permanent Housing $659,179.00 10. CoR PSH for Chronically Homeless $121,762.00 11. Shelter Plus Care All County # 1 $316,018.00 12. Shelter Plus Care Consolidated All County $518,261.00 13. CoR Permanent Supportive Housing for Disabled $119,358.00 14. US Vets Riverside Permanent Housing $403,738.00 15. FSA Senior Permanent Housing $ 49,997.00 New Projects (Reallocation) JFS Desert Horizon Permanent Supportive Housing $416,014.00 Riverside County DMH Rapid Rehousing $138,889.00 City of Riverside Rapid Rehousing $221,028.00 HMIS Homeless Management Information System Consolidated $344,072.00 Renewal Transitional Housing ABC Recovery Transitional Living Village $ 42,996.00 OSH Main Street Transitional Living Program $138,342.00 Path of Life Ministries Transitional Housing Program $331,473.00 SVDP Martha's Village and Kitchen $535,000.00 Transitional Housing Dually Diagnosed $901,154.00 TOTAL $7,609,279.00 Per HUD ARD less 5% $7,978,461.95

14 1. Renewal Permanent Housing Projects 2. New Permanent Supportive Housing created through reallocation for 100 percent chronically homeless 3. New Rapid Re-housing created through reallocation for homeless households with children 4. Renewal Transitional Housing 5. CoC Planning Costs 6. UFA costs 7. SSO projects for centralized or coordinated assessment system 8. Renewal HMIS 9. All other renewal Supportive Services Only projects 10. Any project application submitted by the CoC that was not included in the HUD approved GIW

15  HUD will select lower ranked projects from the CoC Priority Listing above projects ranked higher by the CoC, consistent with these selection priorities.  Above all other types of projects in each tier, HUD will prioritize the renewal permanent housing projects and new reallocated permanent housing, namely permanent supportive housing and Rapid Re-housing.  This means that should HUD be able to fund any projects within Tier 2, it will first fund all renewal and reallocated permanent housing by CoC score before moving to the next project type in the selection criteria.

16 TIER 2 Annual Renewal Demand (ARD) Renewal Transitional Housing LSS Amelia's Light Transitional Housing $ 222,646.00has 4 concerns/issues MFI A Woman's Place $ 82,126.00does not want to renew Shelter From The Storm Transitional Housing Florence Ridgon House $ 204,092.00has 4 concerns/issues US Vets Veterans In Progress Program $ 280,238.00has 4 concerns/issues Total $ 789,102.00 ( Excess - 369,182.95 ) Per HUD ARD Less 5% =$419,919.05

17

18 DPSS Staff


Download ppt "Monday, December 16, 2013 1:00 – 4:00 p.m..  Welcome and Introductions  Overview of Review and Ranking Process ◦ Letter of Intent ◦ Spending Analysis."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google