Continuum Of Care

CoC Program Competition

Prince George’s County Department of Social Services is responsible for coordinating the County’s Continuum of Care (CoC) Program competition that is funded through the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) application process is now open. 

  1. 2022 Continuum of Care
  2. 2021 Continuum of Care
  3. 2019 Continuum of Care
  4. 2018 Continuum of Care
  5. 2018 Related Documents

2022 Annual Competition

      FY 2022 CoC Program Competition Announcement

      HUD 2022 CoC Program Notice of Funding Opportunity

     HUD 2022 Prince George's County Continuum of Care 2022 Competition Information Meeting Slide Deck (FINAL)

     HUD 2022 CoC Letter of Interest Instructions and Form

     HUD 2022 CoC Annual Competition Submission Deadlines

     HUD_2022_CoC_Reallocation_Policy

     HUD_2022_CoC_Governance_Charter

     HUD_2022_Application_Addendum_and_Checklist

     HUD_2022_Ranking_and_Selection_Policy

     HUD 2022 Coordinated Entry Policy 

     HUD.CoC.2022.HMIS Policies and Procedures

     HUD 2022 CoC Priority Listing

     HUD 2022 COC Consolidated Application

2022 Supplemental Competition

      HUD 2022 Special Funding Opportunity to Address Unsheltered Homelessness Competition Announcement

     HUD 2022 Special Notice of Funding Opportunity to Address Unsheltered Homelessness

     HUD 2022 Prince George's County Continuum of Care 2022 Unsheltered Homeless Competition Information Meeting Slide Deck (FINAL)

     HUD 2022 CoC Letter of Interest Instructions and Form

     HUD 2022 CoC Supplemental Competition Submission Deadlines

     HUD_2022_CoC_Governance_Charter

     HUD_2022_Application_Addendum_and_Checklist

     HUD_2022_Ranking_and_Selection_Policy

     HUD 2022 Coordinated Entry Policy

     HUD.CoC.2022.HMIS Policies and Procedures

     HUD 2022 CoC Unsheltered Application

     HUD 2022 CoC Unsheltered Priority Listing

Youth Homeless Demonstration Program

The Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP) is an exciting new initiative designed to reduce the number of youth experiencing homelessness. The goal of the YHDP is to support selected communities, including rural, suburban, and urban areas across the United States, in the development and implementation of a coordinated community approach to preventing and ending youth homelessness. Prince George’s was selected as a YHDP site in the 2018 competition.

Coordinated Community Plan

Development of the Coordinated Community Plan (CCP) was a true community effort by a diverse group of more than 120 individuals, organizations, community leaders, and youth and young adults who gave generously of their time, experience, expertise, resources, and passion to develop the County’s framework to effectively end and prevent all experiences of homelessness and housing instability for youth and young adults in our community. The level of enthusiasm for this project that was demonstrated from all areas of the community is a testament to the commitment the County continues to hold to ensuring that youth homelessness ceases to occur within our borders. From contributions to the original application that resulted in Prince George’s County being selected as one of the third round YHDP communities, to the many hours of brainstorming, strategizing, and sharing of experiences that went into the development of this aggressive Plan and accompanying projects, to the universal support of all participants—local, state, and federal—was, and remains, crucial to the success of this Plan and the efforts of Prince George’s County to end and prevent youth homelessness.  Only together can we end and prevent experiences of homelessness and housing instability for youth and young adults in our community.


2022 PG YouthFlyerEnglish
2022 PG YouthFlyerEnglish