Continuum of Care Program Notice Of Funding Availability (NOFA) Information

Each year, the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), releases a notice of funding availability (NOFA) for its Continuum of Care (CoC) Program. The CoC Program NOFA is the primary source of funds for homeless services agencies nationally. Sacramento Steps Forward works with providers within the Sacramento City and County Continuum of Care to collaboratively apply for these funds. This page contains links to all federally required postings and other information to support the application process.


Sacramento Steps Forward submitted the annual HUD SAC CoC Application for Funding for 2016 today.  The complete application is available to download.


The CoC Advisory Board held a special meeting on 8/29/16 to review, discuss and approval the Rank & Review Panel’s recommendations. The recommendations were approved as presented.
Download the 2016 Sacramento Local Competition Results Memo
Download the Sacramento CoC Program Recommended Priority Listing


New Project LOIs Deadline Extended to 8/3/16 at noon
Part 2 RFIs for Renewals Deadline Extended to 8/8/16 at 5pm
Download the Sacramento FY2016 New Project Scoring Tool document
Download the Sacramento FY2016 Renewal Project Scoring Tool document
Download FY2016 Sacramento CoC Competition RFI Part 2 – Renewal Projects document


FY2016 CoC Application released by HUD
Download the 2016 CoC Application


SAC CoC FY16 NOFA Kick-Off Conference
Please join Sacramento Steps Forward and Homebase to review the details for the Continuum of Care Homeless Funding FY16 Competition.
EVENT DETAILS: July 19, 2016 2-4pm at SSF, 1331 Garden Hwy, Sacramento CA 95833.
Please RSVP to Kate Casarino by July 18th.


The 2016 Continuum of Care Program competition NOFA was released today- Link to HUD CoC 2016 NOFA
Please watch for notice here about the application process and at our SSF Client Portal for instructions on completing the application for this year’s competition.

Sacramento CoC Program Team
Under the direction of SSF Chief Executive Officer Ryan Loofbourrow, the Sacramento CoC is managed by Chief Operating Officer Michele Watts, with assistance from CoC Program Manager Tiffany Mock-Goeman. SSF’s CoC Program grants are managed by Senior Contracts Analyst Kimberly Peterson. SSF contracts with HomeBase for NOFA competition TA and consulting services. Should you have questions or comments about the Sacramento CoC, please feel free to contact a member of our team:


Archive of previous NOFA competition materials.