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The Fredericksburg Regional Continuum of Care (CoC) submitted its application for 2013 Continuum of Care funding through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development on February 3, 2014. The CoC application includes eight individual applications from four member agencies. 

  • The George Washington Regional Commission submitted a one-year renewal request in the amount of $58,374 for continued administration of the local Homeless Management Information System (HMIS).
  • The Rappahannock Refuge, Inc., d/b/a Hope House requested a one-year renewal in the amount of $40,000 to continue supportive services at its two-year transitional housing facility for women and children. Hope House is also submitted two new, one-year requests for $7,296 and $9,696 to provide Rapid Re-housing services.
  • Micah Ecumenical Ministries is submitted a one-year renewal application for its Supportive Housing Program in the amount of $62,630 and another one-year renewal request under the Bonus Housing Program in the amount of $40,926 to provide permanent housing assistance for chronically homeless persons. Micah submitted a renewal application for its FISH program in the amount of $36,192 also to provide permanent housing assistance.
  • Finally, the City of Fredericksburg applied for a CoC Planning Grant in the amount of $3,636 to offset administrative costs associated with coordinating CoC activities throughout the year.

To review the CoC Consolidated Grant Application follow the link below:

2013 CoC Grant

To review the individual agencies’ project applications please follow the links below:

Hope House - Supportive Services
Micah - Journey Supportive Housing Program

Micah - Journey Supportive Housing Program Bonus
Micah - FISH
City of Fredericksburg - Planning Grant
Hope House - Rapid Re-Housing Tier I
Hope House - Rapid Re-Housing Tier II

2013 Prioritized List

CoC's process for reviewing and ranking 2013 project applications:

Application Review Process

On April 23, 2014, the CoC submitted its joint application for the 2014-2016 Virginia Homeless Solutions Program funding.  The $1,084,448 request will support 200 shelter beds (including eight family units at Thurman Brisben Center and 13 at Hope House), plus the financial assistance and case management to rapidly re-house 135 households and prevent approximately 75 households from homelessness.  An additional $101,959 in HOPWA funds will provide housing assistance to approximately 66 persons with HIV/AIDS.

Please find the full application at the link below:

2014-2016 Virginia Homeless Solutions Program Application