On July 31 HUD announced an additional $57.4 million in new awards that include those projects that were reallocated from existing projects.
This is the basic document covering general use of the site. It may not cover everything but should be a good start.
Here are the links to the SNAPS Weekly Focus articles which are designed to help applicants plan and prepare for the annual NOFA submission.
In our ongoing effort to improve our communications and your access to the information you need, MaineHousing has established a Continuum of Care Help Desk where you can submit questions about Continuum processes, applications and other topics related to the Maine Continuum of Care and the Portland Continuum of Care.
The SNAPS Office has traditionally used the annual Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the Homeless Assistance Competition to communicate and implement our policy priorities in a given year. The implementation of the new programs authorized under the HEARTH Act has given us an opportunity to review our past practices and identify what we have done well in the past, and what we need to improve going forward. For the first time in 2013, HUD will precede the release of the NOFA with a 10-week communication strategy in which we focus on a particular topic or priority each week.
OneCPD has a new announcement “SNAPS Weekly Focus: Considering the Needs of Families and Youth” A must read article
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