Point-in-Time Count: The 2021 Point-in-Time Report now available
“Help shape our community’s response to homelessness”
COVID-19 Response: Protecting those experiencing homelessness during the global pandemic
As the Lead Agency for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Continuum of Care (CoC) Grant, we provide training and foster communications between our 40 member agencies that provide direct service to those in need.
FY 2021 HUD CoC NOFO Announcement
HUD has announced the FY 2021 Continuum of Care (CoC) Competition with approximately $2.656 billion available to CoCs across the nation. You can access the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) here.
FL-510 FY2021 HUD CoC Application Final
- FY2021 FL-510 HUD CoC Application Sections 1-4; 11.12.2021
- FY2021 FL-510 HUD CoC Priority Listing; 11.12.2021
- FY2021 FL-510 HUD CoC Application Attachments; 11.12.2021
FL-510 Funding (FL-510 includes Clay, Duval, and Nassau Counties)
- Preliminary Pro Rata Need – $6,343,700
- Annual Renewal Demand (ARD) – $5,618,059
- Tier 1 – $5,618,059 (total amount of all eligible renewal projects)
- CoC Bonus – $317,185
- DV Bonus – $951,555 (FY 2020 and FY 2021)
- CoC Planning – $190,311
- Friday, November 12th, End of Day – Post the Community Application
- Tuesday, November 16th, 8 PM EST – Deadline for submission to HUD
Check out the FY 2021 HUD CoC NOFO INFO for more detailed information, including the local timeline and supplemental information/resources.
How We Work
We are the lead agency of the FL-510 CoC, a collaborative of over 40 agencies working together across Northeast Florida in Clay, Duval, and Nassau Counties.
We are tasked by HUD to deliver a comprehensive response to homelessness, which includes coordinating funding and the delivery of housing services for people experiencing homelessness. We also manage the CoC’s Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), provide support and training for member agencies administering direct services,
and build community awareness around the steps our CoC is taking to end homelessness. Most importantly, we are a leader and an advocate. We believe our community is better off when we ALL have a place to call home, and know we can only achieve this vision of a healthy and housed Jacksonville when we come together as one. Together, we are Changing Homelessness.
people housed across all permanent housing programs over the last ten years
success rate of all local permanent housing programs over the last ten years
decrease in overall homelessness over the last ten years
Read Our Reports
Making a Difference for More Than 45 Years
Formed by a Group of Engaged Social Services Agencies and Religious Leaders
Conducted our First Point-in-Time Count
Designated Lead Agency of Duval County
Incorporated as a 501(c)(3) Non-profit Organization
Dawn Gilman Assumes Role of Executive Director
$1 Million Grant Award to Serve Homeless Veterans
Emergency Services Homeless Coalition of Northeast Florida Rebrands as Changing Homelessness
First-Ever Veterans Surge
First State of Homelessness and Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast
Built for Zero Initiative
Partnered with the City of Jacksonville and All Local Shelters to Develop a Comprehensive, Community-Wide COVID-19 Response
Collaboratively Opened the Temporary Bridge Shelter for 30 days to Assist Citizens Living in Downtown Encampments
Ending Homelessness Starts With You – Give Today!
A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.
For any information concerning our registration, please call: 1-800-HELP-FLA(435-7352) or visit www.FloridaConsumerHelp.com
Refer to registration number: CH13995