Point-in-Time Training Powerpoint
Above is the 2016 NOFA CoC Application and the Project Priority Listing which is being finalized for submission to HUD.
We are all grateful to Diana Flenard, Elena George, Esneider Gomez and the host of others within the community who supported the effort to complete this application thoroughly and for on time submission.
DCF 2016 TANF’s intended grant award to Monroe County Homeless Services CoC is $35,000.00 with $1,050.00 of that total, for administrative cost.
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.
Board of Directors & Planning Meetings
Second Thursday of every month
The meetings are held via video conference from the
Wesley House Family Services Offices
The Public is Welcome
Board of Directors
Scott Pridgen, CoC Chairman
|Sgt. Kevin Bickford||Venita
|Diana Flenard||Officer Steve Torrence||Dr. Nicki
|Rev. Pam Feeser||Beth
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.