CoC Info

The 3 County CoC covers all Massachusetts cities and towns within Berkshire, Franklin, and Hampshire Counties. The Hilltown CDCserves as the CoC Lead and oversees a CoC home page.

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The 3 County CoC is a collective of organizations and programs that provide homeless and housing services throughout the region. CoC funding comes from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), although not all CoC providers are HUD-funded. Both the 3 County CoC and the Hampden County CoC participate in the Western Mass Network to End Homelessness,which provides coordination, facilitation and advocacy for the region's providers and allies.

CoC Documents & Links

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● CoC Board Charter

● CoC Overview Packet (for new grantees)

● CoC Written Standards - Updated 6-2016

Project Ranking and Review Policies and Procedures

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CoC Pageat Hilltown CDC, our CoC Lead

CoC Infoat HUD Exchange

HMIS Project

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● CoC HMIS Governance Charter

● CoC HMIS Policy and Procedures Manual

● CoC HMIS Data Release Policy

2018 HMIS Project Annual Report

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HMIS Data Request Form

CoC Program Application

(the NOFA)

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2017 New and Renewal Applicant Packet

2017 Renewal Project Ranking and Evaluation Criteria

2017 Project Ranking and Evaluation Toolkit (zipped folder)

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-- Housing First Checklist

-- Evidence Based Practices Self Assessment

-- Geographical Impact Matrix

● Results: Systems Performance Measures Report

● Results: HDX Competition Report

● Results: 2017 Final Project Rankings

2017 CoC Program Application Submission
Go to 2016 Information and the Housing First Self Assessment Tool >>

CoC Annual Meeting

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2017 Annual Meeting Agenda

● 2017 Annual Meeting Minutes - coming soon!