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Continuum of Care Program Launches CoC 2.0 with Online Training Materials

The Office of Special Needs Assistance Programs (SNAPS) is launching Continuum of Care 2.0 – an online training curriculum that provides a variety of tools to help Continuum of Care (CoC) Program recipients gain a better understanding of the CoC Program interim rule.

What is Continuum of Care 2.0?

Continuum of Care 2.0 represents a new way of presenting information about the CoC Program. This training curriculum uses a wide range of ways to provide information related to the CoC Program. These new self-paced materials include the following:

  • A set of short YouTube videos, each presenting snapshots of information on specific topics in the interim rule – with videos that are five minutes or less
  • An engaging roadmap to the CoC Program interim rule
  • Several podcasts on specific sections of the regulation
  • An online module that covers eligible program components and costs
  • A series of broadcasts that provide more detail on regulation topics – in segments that are less than 20 minutes each
  • A presentation on coordinated assessment

Where Should You Start?

Watch a video message from Ann Oliva, Director of HUD's Office of Special Needs Assistance Programs, introducing Continuum of Care 2.0.

View a 10-minute roadmap to the CoC Program using presentation technology called Prezi.

Print a fact sheet that identifies the tools in Continuum of Care 2.0. These tools provide general information on specific topics rather than comprehensive information about every topic.

Search the tools in Continuum of Care 2.0 which can be found on the OneCPD Resource Exchange. By using new technologies, HUD is aiming to provide greater availability of training materials to a wider audience. Combined, these tools will help ensure that all CoCs, grant recipients, and subrecipients have access to the same basic knowledge to build a common understanding of the CoC Program interim rule across the nation.

Additional resources on the CoC Program can be found on the CoC Program Page.


 
            
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