2017 NYC CCoC Evaluation Preliminary Scores - Posted April 28, 2017
If you are considering an appeal, please use the Score Appeal Form (PDF) and follow the instructions.
All requests will be considered individually, but the CoC reserves the right to make a policy decision and apply the change to all similar projects. Appeal requests are due no later than May 5th, 2017.
For more information on the NYC CCoC Evaluation and Project ranking process please click here.
Please contact Martha Kenton to request your detailed score for your appeal.
If you have questions about the Evaluation Process please contact Joseph Kwon.
For general questions about the CoC, 2017 Evaluation, or other NOFA related issues please contact:
Merih Anil who will assist agencies with names starting with A through K.
Aleida Valentin will work with agencies beginning with L through Y.
2017 Evaluation Tool Approved - Posted March 1, 2017
The NYC CCoC Evaluation committee followed a community engagement process that requested and incorporated feedback from the CoC Steering Committee and community. Beginning in January 2017, the Evaluation Committee met to review the 2016 Evaluation criteria, determine what new performance measures were required, and address feedback from the previous year on the scoring approach.
A draft tool was presented to the Steering Committee for an initial review on January 18th at the monthly CoC Community Meeting. The membership requested the committee hold an additional meeting to discuss feedback on the tool which was held on February 6th. The additional feedback was incorporated, and the updated tool was presented to the Steering Committee for final review and discussion on February 17th.
The tool was discussed and approved by voice vote. On February 28th, the tool and instructions were distributed to the Continuum.
To see the 2017 Evaluation Timeline, tool, and instructions visit the
Evaluation Process page.
NYC CCoC Evaluation Criteria for 2017 NOFA
Each year, HUD releases a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) detailing the application requirements for Continuum of Care (CoC) program funding. One requirement of the NOFA is that each application is reviewed and ranked in order of local priority by a group of community stakeholders. In anticipation of the FY2017 NOFA, the NYC CCoC issues evaluation criteria to be used as part of the 2017 NOFA ranking process. This document describes changes to the evaluation process for the 2017 Evaluation.
2017 Evaluation Committee Minutes - January 23, 2017 (PDF)
Youth Homeless Demonstration Program Application
In August 2016, HUD released Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP) Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) and encouraged all communities, through their local Continuum of Care, to apply to become one of the communities selected to participate. HUD will select up to ten communities, four of which will be rural communities. On November 30, NYC CCoC submitted the following application for this NOFA.
For more information on the submitted document read the YHDP Application PDF).
2016 NYC CCoC Evaluation Preliminary Scores
Average Scores (The overall average score: 71.2)
- The average score for PH: 72.68
- The average score for TH: 67.38
- The average score for SH: 70
High/Low Scores (Overall: H-100/L-25)
- Permanent Housing:H-95/L-34
- Transitional Housing: H-100/L-25
- Safe Haven: 70
Keeping up with the CoC
New York City Emergency Solutions Grants Presentation (PDF)
New York City Single Stop Presentation (PDF)
2016 Evaluation Process
The 2016 Evaluation Process timeline, tool and instructions are now available online. The activities and their deadlines are listed in chronological order. Please visit the Evaluation Process page to view the timeline and documents.
For general questions about the 2016 CCoC Evaluation process please email email@example.com and direct your comment to your contract liaison. If you have a specific question for your contract liaison, you are encouraged to email them directly.
Transition Age Young Adult Tool kit
Here is a Transition Age Young Adult tool kit mentioned during the last Steering Committee meeting:
A Toolkit for Guiding Transition Age Young Adults
to Long-term Housing Success (PDF)
NYC CCoC DHS Liaison List
In order to facilitate and assist providers in addressing NYC CCoC requirements, policies and procedures such as the NOFA and Evaluation processes, going forward DHS has divided the provider list between Merih Anil and Aleida Valentin as follows:
- Merih Anil (212-232-0830) will work with agencies beginning with Addicts Rehabilitation Center Fund through Kenmore Housing Development Fund (A-K).
- Aleida Valentin (212-232-0529) will work with agencies beginning with Lenox Hill through the YMCA of Greater New York (L-Y).
The listing by agency is available on the Contact Information page. Please make sure that you use this list when contacting
Merih Anil or Aleida Valentin for information, assistance or questions.
For HMIS questions please contact Roxanna DeLeon.
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