Continuum of Care for Kane County

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. 

Continuum of Care membership is open throughout the year, to agencies that serve Kane County's homeless residents and individuals that have an interest in ending homelessness in Kane County.  For more information about the Continuum of Care programs, please contact Nisreen Wakileh, Continuum of Care Coordinator at wakilehnisreen@co.kane.il.us ​​​


2022 Continuum of Care Program Competition


2022 Kane County Continuum of Care Local Competition Announcement

The CoC Board is pleased to announce it is launching the application and selection process for HUD's 2022 Continuum of Care funding and will be accepting project applications until May 25th, 2022 at 5:00 pm.  This includes organizations that have not previously received funding. The 2022 Notice of Request for Project Applications is posted below. 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.

2022 Notice of Funds Availability & Call for Project Application details here.
Important dates for the 2022 CoC Program Competition:
All Applications Due:
May 25, 2022 at 5:00 pm
CoC Board Review and Ranking
July 20, 2022 (tiering will not be completed until HUD releases the NOFO)

2022 HUD Continuum of Care Program Competition Information

HUD published the FY2022 Continuum of Care (CoC) Funding Notice for Homeless Assistance Grants on August 1, 2022.  Approximately $2.79 billion is available. Of this, $52 million is available for Domestic Violence bonus projects and $80 million for Youth Homeless Demonstration project renewals. The Kane County Continuum Board is announcing the application selection process for HUD's 2022 Continuum of Care funding.   The 2022 Notice of Competition Deadlines and NOFO highlights is posted here.


The Kane County CoC will notify all project applicants no later than 15 days before the application deadline of September 30, 2022 whether their project application will be accepted and ranked, rejected or reduced as part of the CoC Consolidated application and of their number ranking.

*The Continuum of Care for Kane County has already received and reviewed new and renewal project applications. Projects will be tiered based on information from the NOFO. The only additional projects that will be accepted  for this year's competition are  DV bonus projects 


August 17, 2022 – New Project Applications for DV bonus projects submitted.

August 24, 2022 – CoC Board meets to review project application ranking and tiering.

August 31, 2022 – All projects are required to be submitted in esnaps.

September 15, 2022 – Public posting and email notification to all project applicants whether their project will be accepted, ranked, rejected or reduced on the CoC Priority Listing.

September 28, 2022 – Public posting and email notification to community members of the CoC Consolidated Application, Priority Listing and all attachments.


Applications for new and renewal projects are located at the following links:

2022 Projects Accepted Notification

The Kane County Continuum Board is notifying all project applicants and CoC members of the results of the 2022 HUD CoC project selection and ranking process with the following 3 documents available for public review.  In addition to the ranked projects, the Kane CoC accepted for inclusion in their 2022 application the CoC Planning grant in the amount of $68,275.

2022 CoC Approved Consolidated Application and Project Priority List


collapse SubCategory : 00 2022 Continuum of Care Program Competition ‎(6)
01 2022 New Project Application
02 2022 New Project Evaluation Sheet
03 2022 Renewal Project Application
04 Renewal Project Evaluation Sheet
05 Continuum of Care Program NOFA Evaluation and Ranking Policy (Approved 05-31-2018)
06 Guidance Memo related to In-Kind Match
collapse SubCategory : Housing Inventory Count Summaries ‎(1)
2021 Housing Inventory Count Summaries
collapse SubCategory : Meeting Schedule ‎(3)
2022-2023 Meeting ScheduleNew
2022-2023 MembershipNew
CoC Membership Application - Fillable FormNew
collapse SubCategory : Point in Time Summaries ‎(5)
2017 Point in Time Results
2019 Point in Time Results
2020 Point in Time Results
2021 Point in Time Results
2022 Point in Time Results
collapse SubCategory : Policies and Procedures ‎(4)
Continuum of Care Kane County HMIS Policies and Procedures (Approved 09-20-2017) - updated
Coordinated Entry Policies and Procedures - FINAL - Updated 09-05-2019
HMIS Privacy Plan - approved 9-20-17
Kane County HMIS - Release of Information form
collapse SubCategory : Reports ‎(1)
Kane CoC Racial Disparities Analysis - Pathways MISI(1)
collapse SubCategory : Resources ‎(1)
Continuum of Care for Kane County Housing and Shelter Resource Guide