Implementing the 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness
Through a public-private partnership, the Homeless Initiative works to end chronic homelessness and reduce all types of homelessness over the next decade by investing in resouces in a coordinated, sustained effort that addresses the underlying causes of homelessness.
The Homeless Initiative values community involvement, collaboration, inclusive and creative problem solving. Wtih that foundation of values, the community can come together to evaluate and implement best practices for supporting people who are seeking stable housing. Through this process, the community can report and evaluate outcomes, highlight best practices, and identify new resources, which results in a strengthened homeless service system and ultimately reduces the number of people who experience homelessness in Asheville and Buncombe County.
The FY2013-14 Continuum of Care Program Competition NOFA has been published. Application is available in e-snaps which can be accessed at www.hudhre.info. The CoC Application and the Project Application are available online through e-snaps. The submission deadline is February 3, 2014 at 7:59:59 PM Eastern Time. For more information, click here.
CoC Planning Project Applications for FY 2013
Homeward Bound of WNC, Pathways to Permanent Housing
Homeward Bound of WNC, Pathways to Permanent Housing 2
Homeward Bound of WNC, Pathways to Permanent Housing 3
Homeward Bound of WNC, Pathways to Permanent Housing 4
Homeward Bound of WNC, Pathways to Permanent Housing Extreme Needs
Homeward Bound of WNC, A HOPE Supportive Housing
Smoky Mountain Center, Shelter Plus Care
Housing Authority of the City of Asheville, Woodfin Apts (Shelter Plus Care)
Housing Authority of the City of Asheville,Bridge to Recover (Shelter Plus Care)
North Carolina Housing Coalition, Carolina Homeless Information Network (HMIS)
Homeward Bound of WNC, A HOPE Day Center
CoC Planning Project
The Asheville-Buncombe Homeless Initiative
City of Asheville
P.O. Box 7148
Asheville, NC 28802