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Resources by Audience: New/Prospective Grantee

Aside from acquiring a basic understanding of HUD funding sources, new and prospective grantees need to understand their responsibilities for monitoring program progress and program compliance, as well as their reporting responsibilities. The resources below may be useful for introducing new and prospective grantees to these and many other issues.

New/Prospective Grantee Resources for Topic "Homeless Facts and Figures"

  Resource Title Date Completed Abstract
HUD icon Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR) 101 Presentation Slides Oct 2010 This presentation is intended for grantees seeking general information and guidance on how to complete the AHAR. It provides information about HMIS/AHAR reporting requirements....  More
HUD icon Introductory Guide to the Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR) Oct 2010 This guide covers the criteria and reporting requirements for participating in the AHAR, the process for entering and submitting the AHAR data via HUD�s Homelessness Data Exch....  More
Other Federal icon Rural Homelessness: Better Collaboration by HHS and HUD Could Improve Delivery of Services in Rural Areas Jul 2010 This report provides information about rural homelessness issues, based in significant part on work in rural areas within six selected states. Specifically, the report address....  More
Other Federal icon Runaway and Homeless Youth Grants: Improvements Needed in the Grant Award Process May 2010 This report examines (1) grant announcements and application requirements, (2) technical assistance for grant applicants, (3) how grant award decisions are made, and (4) notif....  More
HUD icon 2007 Summary of Homeless Competition Awards Report Feb 2008 This report summarizes the homeless assistance awarded by HUD under the 2007 Continuum of Care (CoC) competitive grants process. More than $1.3 billion was awarded to local p....  More
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