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Continuum of Care Announcements

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Mid Shore Continuum of Care (CoC) partners with Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) to identify eligible households for Emergency Housing Voucher program.

FY2022 CoC NOFO Application Submitted

The Mid-Shore Roundtable on Homelessness has completed and submitted the FY2022 Continuum of Care NOFO Competition.  The CoC Collaborative Application and Priority Project Listing were both submitted prior to the deadline. The CoC Application and Priority Listing are attached for your review and will be posted on our website as well.  

For this NOFO we submitted a total of 5 project applications (4 renewal applications and 1 new bonus application) requesting a total of $798,262.00 in funding to serve homeless individuals and families in the mid-shore. If all projects are awarded, $715,601.00 of the funding will provide housing subsidies, $60,487.00 of the funding will go towards the operations of our local homeless management information system (HMIS) and $22,174.00 of the funding will go toward planning and implementing our Coordinated Entry.

FY2022 CoC Notice of Funding Opportunity

On August 16th, 2022, the Mid Shore Roundtable on Homelessness made a public announcement of the official opening of HUD’s FY2022 Continuum of Care Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) Competition. This year will be a normal NOFO year which means the NOFO consists of our CoC Consolidated Application and Project Applications. In order for our Project Applications to be reviewed by the Roundtable they must be submitted via ESnaps by Monday, August 29th by COB to allow the Roundtable Executive Committee adequate time to review.  Project applicants will be notified no later than Friday, September 16th by COB on the status of their application (whether it has been accepted or rejected by the CoC). The final combined NOFO Application must be submitted in ESnaps by Friday, September 30th at 8:00pm EST.

This is the tool that the Mid Shore Roundtable on Homelessness Executive Committee will use to score and rank project applications received for the FY2022 NOFO competition. The tool includes threshold requirements, objective criteria, and system performance criteria.


Mid Shore Behavioral Health, Inc. (MSBH) is collaborating with dozens of community partners to host the third annual “The Mid-Shore is Going Purple Together” on Saturday, September 24 from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Long Wharf Park in Cambridge. This free event serves as a space for the community to unite against substance and work towards recovery for all. This year’s gathering will feature an interactive exhibit highlighting peer recovery stories across the mid-shore, a “Say Know to Drugs” poster contest, COVID vaccination mobile van, as well as a free barbeque lunch and Kona Ice for the first 250 attendees, live music featuring Arreal Tilghman Jr., DJ Infinite Sounds, a bounce house, and more. Several local behavioral health agencies will also be in attendance to provide substance use resources and information for the community. 


Press Release

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Call for RFPs in

Wicomico County

Click here for more information.

Click here to listen to 5/19 recording of Wicomico UCC RFP pre-bid conference.

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