The Hampden County and Three County CoC’s issued reports on Racial Disparities and Homelessness, per HUD’s request. Please take the time to review this important information. The Network Committees will also provide additional opportunities to discuss the findings. Hampden County CoC Race and Ethnicity Analysis Three County CoC Race and Ethnicity Analysis
Please see below this data report from Andrea Miller, Data Director for the Three County Continuum of Care: Below are updates regarding our Point in Time Count and Housing Inventory Count: 1. Hurricane Maria Evacuees: We were finally able to gather some information on a majority, but not all, of the families who fled Hurricane Maria […]
Please click here for the Springfield-Hampden County CoC Annual Report of July 2015-June 2016. It is chock-full of remarkable markers of progress in ending homelessness in Hampden County. Congratulations to all!
The Springfield-Hampden County CoC has released its draft FY2016 Application for public comment. There are two parts to the application, each of which may be viewed by clicking on the link: FY2016 CoC Application FY2016 CoC Priority List The public may comment on the application in writing, by sending an email to Gerry McCafferty, or […]
Please join us! The Springfield-Hampden County CoC Annual Meeting and Board of Directors Meeting will take place Friday, September 9, 9 – 11 am, at the UMass Center Springfield, located at Tower Square, 1500 Main Street, 2nd floor, Springfield. Agenda items include: Annual report Vote on Board of Directors Review of CoC Governance Charter Vote […]
From the Hampden County CoC blog (all are welcome): The Springfield community has a monthly meeting regarding unsheltered chronically homeless individuals. The meeting brings together police, hospital staff, the crisis team, outreach workers, homeless service providers, the Department of Mental Health and others to coordinate efforts. This month, there are a few speakers which may […]
The Springfield-Hampden County CoC currently has out a Request for Proposals (RFP) seeking one or more NEW projects for the FY16 competition. The CoC is eligible for bonus funds of $182,406 plus one grantee expects to turn back $23,988, making available $206,394 annually in new funds to house homeless households. The deadline for providers to submit […]
The Springfield-Hampden Continuum of Care has issued an RFP for New Project Sponsor for Permanent Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless Families. The RFP seeks a new operator for an existing project that provides permanent supportive housing to eight families who have been chronically homeless. There will be a bidders conference on Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at […]