The Continuum of Care Kane County was created in 1999 and includes Kane County’s CDBG Program Area and the Cities of Aurora and Elgin. The Continuum consists of organizations and agencies that assist individuals and families that are at-risk of being homeless or are in various stages of homelessness. These social service agencies provide: (1) Outreach, Assessment and Intake; (2) Emergency Shelter; (3) Permanent Housing; (4) Permanent Supportive Housing; and (5) Supportive Services. The Continuum is responsible for the coordination of all of the social service agencies throughout the County to ensure that all gaps and overlaps in services are addressed.
The Continuum has participated in HUD’s annual SuperNOFA grant process since 1999. On the average the Continuum receives $1.5 million annually. The Continuum’s participation in the annual Continuum of Care grant process has allowed many agencies over the years to fund needed social service programs and increase the availability of affordable housing for families and individuals that are at-risk of being homeless or who are homeless throughout Kane County.
The CoC Board is pleased to announce it is
launching the application and selection process for HUD's 2021 Continuum of
Care funding and will be accepting project applications until May 26th,
2021 at 5:00 pm. Emphasis will be placed on
performance and alignment with HUD policy priorities.
Projects will be evaluated according
to the posted 2021 Evaluation Sheet. The CoC will
notify all project applicants no later than 15 days before the
application deadline whether their project application will be
accepted and ranked, rejected or reduced as part of the CoC
Consolidated application and of their number ranking.
2021 Kane County CoC Local Competition Announcement
The Kane County Continuum Board is announcing the application selection process for HUD's 2021 Continuum of Care funding. The 2021 Notice of Request for Project Applications is posted below. This includes organizations that have not previously received funding. Also posted are the Project Evaluation forms for new and renewal projects. These contain the point values for the objective criteria used to rank and review projects. Emphasis will be placed on system performance and alignment with HUD policy priorities. Projects are required to be submitted in esnaps no later than October 7, 2021. The Kane County CoC will notify all project applicants no later than 15 days before the application deadline of November 16, 2021 whether their project application will be accepted and ranked, rejected or reduced as part of the CoC Consolidated application and of their number ranking.