HUD has released a new guidance document, CoC Check-up: 2012 National Results
. In addition, HUD has posted a revised version of the 2012 CoC Check-up Participation Summary
The 2012 CoC Check-up National Results report provides an analysis of the aggregated 2012 Continuum of Care (CoC) Check-up assessment ratings. The highlights of this analysis inform the identification of common functional capacity issues among the participating CoCs.
HUD designed the CoC Check-up process to help local CoC planning bodies determine their level of preparedness to implement the programs and initiatives of the HEARTH Act, and to identify any critical capacity needs relative to preventing and ending homelessness.
While CoCs have access to their own information for local assessment and planning, this national report provides information to assist HUD in understanding the level of CoC preparedness for HEARTH nationally and to identify potential CoC technical assistance and training needs. As a reminder, HUD staff do not have access to view the check-up results of individual CoCs.
The 2012 CoC Check-up Participation Summary provides an overview of CoC and stakeholder participation.
To learn more and view other CoC Check-up resources, visit the 2012 CoC “HEARTH-Readiness” Check-up page on the OneCPD Resource Exchange.
Please submit any questions to HUD via OneCPD Ask A Question on the OneCPD Resource Exchange.