The Delaware CoC is a community-based collaborative that ensures a responsive, fair, and just approach to addressing homelessness, and strives to achieve housing for all.

The Delaware CoC members meet quarterly throughout the year in Dover. Meetings are open to the public. Anyone interested helping address the crisis of homelessness in our communities is welcome to attend meetings and join the Delaware CoC!

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2018 CoC
Membership Meetings:

January 17, 2018

April 18, 2018

July 18, 2018 - Georgetown DE

October 17, 2018 

The CoC Board meets more frequently, as well as a number of working committees. For more information about joining the Delaware CoC and getting involved in our statewide efforts please contact the CoC program manager, Aja White.

You may also complete a membership form and email it to Aja.

CoC Membership Fact Sheet
CoC Membership Form

Documents & Publications

CoC Funding

Housing Alliance DE is the CoC Lead Agency in Delaware. Each year we coordinate the successful submission of a funding application to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development on behalf of homeless assistance projects in our state. In 2017 we applied for $8.3million in federal CoC homeless assistance funds and were awarded $7.9million. This was the largest CoC award in Delaware's history, and would not have been possible without the hard work of our talented partners throughout the state, working with us each day to end homelessness.

2018 CoC Funding Information and Resources

HUD released the FY2018 CoC NOFA on June 20, 2018. The NOFA and supporting HUD documents can be found here:

Continuum of Care Grantee Meeting

Friday July 6, 2018 1:00pm – 3:00pm

Community Services Building, Room 105

100 West 10th St. Wilmington DE 19801

We are currently requesting applications for new projects. Agencies interested in applying for new CoC funds, or planning to apply for renewal CoC funds, must have a representative in attendance at the CoC Grantee Meeting. If your agency does not have a representative at this meeting you will not be eligible to apply for new or renewal CoC funds in 2018.

Strong project applications will meet HUD’s minimum administrative requirements, align with HUD’s priorities and the priorities of the Delaware Continuum of Care, demonstrate feasibility, indicate plans to implement best practices, and demonstrate a dedication to helping Delaware end homelessness. Please direct any questions to Aja White, CoC Program Manager, Housing Alliance Delaware.

Delaware is eligible to apply for up to $500,000 to create the following types of new homeless assistance projects:

1.        Permanent Supportive Housing for individuals or families, with all beds dedicated for the chronically homeless, or meeting the DedicatedPLUS criteria set forth by HUD in the NOFA;

2.        Rapid Re-Housing for individuals, families, or youth;

3.        Joint Transitional Housing-Rapid Re-Housing (TH-RRH) projects;  

4.        Coordinated Entry; and

5.        Domestic Violence Projects (limited funds)

Local Application Materials and Documents

2018 Compliance Review Tool - Renewal Projects 

2018 Grantee Certification

HMIS Project Evaluation Tool

HMIS Project Scoring Tool

Coordinated Entry Evaluation Tool

Coordinated Entry Scoring Tool

Transitional Housing Evaluation Tool

Transitional Housing Scoring Tool

Rapid Re-Housing Evaluation Tool

Rapid Re-Housing Scoring Tool

Permanent Supportive Housing Evaluation Tool

Permanent Supportive Housing Scoring Tool


2018 Delaware CoC Funding Policies

Delaware CoC Reallocation Policy

Delaware CoC Prioritization Policy

2018 Funding Threshold Requirements


2017 CoC Funding Information

2017 Delaware CoC Score and HUD Debrief

2017 CoC Application Documents

2017 Collaborative Application

2017 Priority Listing

2017 Ranking

2017 CoC Reallocation Policy

2017 Prioritization Policy