Category Archives: Region 1

Regional Homeless Council Coordinated Entry Training

The next Region 1 Homeless Council meeting will be from 1-3pm on Wednesday, April 25, 2018, at the City of Portland General Assistance office in the Back Bay conference room – AND via “Go To Webinar”.

This meeting will be primarily devoted to a Coordinated Entry training for ALL of the Regional Homeless Councils.  Please feel free to invite others from your organization who will be involved with Coordinated Entry.  We will have brief state and federal updates at the beginning of the meeting but the rest of the agenda will be the Coordinated Entry training.

For anyone not able to attend in person, the session will be broadcast live via “Go To Webinar”. Please click on the link below to register if you would like to participate remotely:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6630853751118133762

 CE Triage and Diversion Assessment 4.1818

Coordinated Entry Shelter Eligibility & Referral 4.18.18

MCoC Coordinated Entry Training JG DRAFT

 

Reminder: MCOC 4-19-18 CE Training

The April 19th MCOC Meeting will be entirely devoted to a Training on the Maine Coordinated Entry System!!!

If there are people at your agency who do not ordinarily attend MCOC, but will be working with or have an interest in Maine’s Coordinated Entry System, please share this information with them and encourage them to attend this important training!

If you will be attending at one of the Tandberg Teleconferencing locations, you will be able to see and hear the presentation on the screen and ask questions (please mute your microphone when not asking a question in order to minimize background noise).

For those not able to make it to one of the Tandberg sites, you may join via “Go To Webinar” from your computer, tablet, or smart phone by clicking on the link below. (Save the agenda electronically so you can access the link!) Please note that the Webinar automatically mutes all participants, but you may submit questions and comments using the built in Chat feature, or you may phone the call in only number at the top of the agenda, but again, please mute your line when not talking.

Link to the Webinar: https://global.gotowebinar.com/eojoin/6444273224907753731/2604242059059953665

MCOC-Agenda-4-19-18

MCoC Coordinated Entry Training DRAFT PowerPoint

 

 

 

February 14, Fair Housing Training, Portland, Maine

The Resource Committee of the Maine COC in partnership with ESAC and the city of Portland is pleased to present a free training on fair housing law with Maine’s premier expert, Patricia Ender with Pine Tree Legal Assistance. Please join us!

What: Understanding Fair Housing Laws in Maine

When: February 14th, 2018, 10am-12noon

Where: City of Portland, 196 Lancaster Street, Portland, ME 04101

RSVP to Matt Pryor
City of Portland Adult Services (207) 482-5141
mpryor@ portlandmaine.gov Fair Housing Flyer

Statewide Homeless Council Meeting 10/10/17

This is a reminder that the Statewide Homeless Council will be meeting next Tuesday, October 10th, 2017 from 9:30 to 2:00 at MaineHousing, 353 Water Street in Augusta. There is also a call in option for those not able to attend in person. Please see the Agenda for details. Minutes here are from August. September minutes will be posted once approved. Also included here is a revised version of the Maine Prioritization Chart that will be reviewed and possibly put to a vote on Tuesday.

 

SHC Agenda 10.10.17

SHC Minutes 8-8-17

Prioritization Chart for Serving Homeless Populations in Maine 2017 – Adopted by MCOC 9.21.17

MCOC Meeting September 21, 2017

This is a reminder that the Maine Continuum of Care will be meeting this Thursday, September 21, 2017, from 1:00 to 3:00 PM (maybe longer).  Please see the Agenda for details including Tandberg and call-in information.

The 2017 NOFA Application deadline is September 28. This will be the last regularly scheduled full MCOC meeting prior to the deadline, so this will be the last chance for the full group to review the information and either vote to approve it, or authorize the Steering Committee and/or Board of Directors to finalize and approve it.

(stay tuned – additional materials may be posted tomorrow)

MCOC-Agenda-9-21-17

DRAFT-MCOC-Minutes-8-17-17

2017 MCOC NOFA app  9-15-17

Youth Committee Statement of Purpose

ME HMIS Governance Model 071317

ME HMIS Roles and Responsibilities 071317

2017 MCOC NOFA Information for New and Renewal Applicants

The Maine Continuum of Care is pleased to announce that we are accepting New and Renewal Project Applications for the FY2017 Continuum of Care Program Competition.

Any agency that intends to submit an application for either a New or a Renewal Project must read the full NOFA announcement, and any and all additional guidance from HUD in order to be fully informed of the requirements and processes involved. More information can be found at the HUD Exchange website: https://www.hudexchange.info/news/fy-2017-continuum-of-care-coc-program-competition-e-snaps-is-now-available/

For any potential New Project applicants, please be aware that MaineHousing will not be providing “Match” funding for New Construction or Acquisition & Rehab (“Bricks & Mortar”) Projects in conjunction with this year’s Continuum of Care competition. If you wish to develop such a project you must secure Match funding from other sources.

The following materials include a Maine Summary of information related to the NOFA and this competition, Highlights of new information and changes from prior competitions, and copies of the Scoring tools that will be used for New and Renewal Applications. Projects will be ranked according to Score, with Renewal Projects prioritized above New Projects.

Maine-Summary-of-FY-2017-Continuum-of-Care-Program-Competition

fy-2017-coc-program-competition-nofa-whats-new-changes-and-highlights

2017-MCOC-New-Project-Scorecard

2017-MCOC-Renewal-Project-Scorecard

Statewide Homeless Council Meeting 7-11-17

This is a reminder that the Statewide Homeless Council will be meeting on Tuesday, July 11, 2017, from 9:30 to 2:00 at MaineHousing, 353 Water Street in Augusta. Please see the agenda for details, including a call in number for those not able to attend in person. There will be a Press Conference immediately following the meeting.  Minutes here are from May. June minutes will be posted once approved.

SHC Agenda 7.11.17

SHC Minutes 5-9-17

SHC 7.7.17 Maine-Plan-to-End-and-Prevent-Homelessness

Press Release – SHC 7.7.2017

2017 Maine Homeless Statistics July 2017

2017 Jan-Jul Veteran Shelter Stats Report.docx

State and Federal Legislation Update 7.7.17