Monroe County 2016 Point-in-Time Results - Download

SUMMARY OF NOFA 2015

Monroe CoC Provider’s Projects Ranking Results

Provider Project’s name Amount requested Total points Ranking order by total points
Catholic Charities St. Bede (PH) RENEWAL $191,891 149 # 4
Catholic Charities St. Theresa (PH) NEW PROJECT $79,209 196 # 1
AHI Seebol Apartments
(PH) RENEWAL
$14,868 170 # 2
MARC Don Moore Apartments (PH)
RENEWAL
$104,627 168 # 3
FKOC Sun Houses (TH)
RENEWAL
$172,998 141 # 5
Samuel’s House Casa de Meredith (PH) RENEWAL $15,807 128 # 6
FKOC Permanent Housing for Families (PH)
RENEWAL
$22,989 112 # 7


NOFA Documents

Priority Listing of Projects NOFA 2015.pdf
CoC Application NOFA 2015.pdf

Monroe County Continuum-of-Care

The Monroe County CoC is the lead agency for the coordination and planning of homeless services in the Florida Keys.

In addition, the Monroe County CoC administers the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) for our area and conducts the Annual Point-In-Time Survey (PIT) of homeless individuals. (view report)

As the Lead Agency, designated by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the State of Florida Department of Children and Families, the Monroe County CoC organizes the collaboration of local agencies to to address the needs of clients and provide essential supportive services. By assessing and coordinating interagency communication and services, we avoid unnecessary duplication of effort and close gaps in services.

We educate ourselves and the community about the nature and extent of homelessness, including the needs of the people who are living through the experience of homelessness. We advocate for increased community, political and financial support for the homeless population and prevention of homelessness.

Continuum-of-Care
Board of Directors & Planning Meetings
Second Thursday of every month
10:00am

The meetings are held via video conference from the
Wesley House Family Services Offices
The Public is Welcome

UPPER KEYS
Wesley House Office
99451 Overseas Hwy Suite 200
Key Largo, FL 33037

MIDDLE KEYS
Wesley House Office
937 107th St., Gulf
Marathon, FL 33050

LOWER KEYS
Wesley House Office
1304 Truman Ave.
Key West, FL 33040

Grants received 2015

ESG 2015: This contracts are held and managed directly by DCF.
The local providers receiving this grant in 2015 are:
1. Samuel’s House = $78,750.00
2. FKOC = $78,750.00
3. Catholic Charities = $78,750.00
4. FKCS = $49,507.00

TANF 2015: This grant was issued by DCF to the Monroe County Homeless Services CoC. MCHS CoC subcontracts with Catholic Charities and will be managing this grant with oversight from DCF. The amount is $46,118.00

CHALLENGE 2015: MCHS CoC applied for the full $200,000.00 and yesterday DCF announced that MCHS was among the top 10 ranked CoCs so we will be receiving the full $200,000.00. MCHS CoC will be subcontracting with the following 5 top ranked local providers as follows:
1. FKOC = $60,000.00
2. DAS = $35,000.00
3. Catholic Charities = $40,000.00
4. Samuel’s House = $20,000.00
5. KAIR = $30,000.00

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Board of Directors

Scott Pridgen, CoC Chairman

Elmira
Leto
Richard
Turcotte
Sgt. Kevin Bickford Venita
Garvin
Bill
Mann
John
Miller
Matt
Massoud
Kate
Bauer-Jones
Diana Flenard Officer Steve Torrence Dr. Nicki
Will
Maureen Kempa
Rev. Pam Feeser Beth
Barrett
Debbie Bickford Tim
Cox

February 12, 2015

Monroe County Homeless Services Continuum-of-Care (CoC) seated its Board of Directors for 2015. The oath was administered by the Rev. Steve Torrence at the Wesley House Family Services' Lower Keys Office in Key West.

The organization serves as the lead agency for homeless services in the Keys.