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    (formerly the Homeless Coalition of Hillsborough County)


    THANK YOU to Everyone Who Volunteered for "Counting to End Homelessness"

    On behalf of the Tampa Hillsborough Homeless Initiative's board of directors and staff, I extend our sincerest appreciation and thanks to everyone who volunteered and helped with "Counting to End Homelessness," the 2014 Homeless Count in Hillsborough County.

    Nearly 300 people from all walks of life and backgrounds canvassed the streets, alleys, woods, shelters and meal locations in Hillsborough County with the sole goal "Counting to End Homelessness." Each one of you provided valuable time and energy with a single focus of helping your homeless neighbors, for which we are grateful.

    As our community moves forward, using the data collected and a collective community commitment to help move people from the streets to permanent housing, I invite each of you to find your role in the process.  We look forward to working alongside each of you and believe that we, as a community, can end homelessness for each person who finds themselves without shelter. 

    Maria P. Barcus, CEO



    THHI Board Approves 2013 Continuum of Care Program Grant Ranking and Rating

    As required by HUD and in accordance with THHI’s Tampa / Hillsborough County Continuum of Care - 2013 Continuum of Care Program Competition - Request for Proposals, 12/12/3 and subsequent RFP addendums, THHI is notifying the Tampa/Hillsborough County CoC that on January 21, 2014, our board of directors, serving in the capacity as the Collaborative Applicant and responsible for completion of the CoC Responsibilities, approved the ranking of the applications submitted for the 2013 Continuum of Care Program Grant.  Click here to read the Tampa / Hillsborough County CoC 2013 CoC Competitive Grant Program Ranking approved.


    For more information about the rating and ranking process, please refer to the RFP and Addendums:


    Tampa / Hillsborough County Continuum of Care - 2013 Continuum of Care Program Competition - Request for Proposals


    Addendum 1 to the Tampa / Hillsborough County Continuum Of Care - 2013 Continuum Of Care Program Competition RFP Released 12/12/2013


    Addendum 2 to the Tampa / Hillsborough County Continuum Of Care - 2013 Continuum Of Care Program Competition RFP Released 12/12/2013



    VA Announces SSVF NOFA

    The VA announced the availability of funds today through a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) via the Federal Register.  The Tampa Hillsborough Homeless Initiative will not be submitting for renewal grant for the SSVF program this cycle.  We encourage interested and eligible organizations with the experience and capacity to operate an SSVF program, to apply as a new applicant.  For your convenience, here is the link to the Federal Register website for the SSVF NOFA.


    The SSVF FY 2015 NOFA states that "all SSVF applicants should provide letters of support from the CoC where they plan to deliver services that reflect the applicant's engagement in the CoC's efforts to coordinate services." The NOFA further states that Priority 1 applications are required to have a letter of support, with the CoC limited to supporting only two Priority 1 applications; and Priority 3 applicants are strongly encouraged to obtain a CoC support letter.  Since there is a potential for several organizations to apply for SSVF to serve very low income veteran households in Hillsborough County, as the CoC lead agency, we feel we it is necessary to utilize a process to help us fairly and transparently determine which applications, especially Priority 1 applications, we will be able to provide letters of support.  Click here for more information on the process to request a Tampa/Hillsborough County CoC letter of support for SSVF applications.


    Addendum 2 to the Tampa / Hillsborough County Continuum Of Care - 2013 Continuum Of Care Program Competition RFP Released 12/12/2013

    As required in the Tampa / Hillsborough County Continuum of Care 2013 Continuum of Care Program Competition Request for Proposals, released 12/12/13, the Tampa Hillsborough Homeless Initiative (THHI), as the Collaborative Applicant, is hereby posting  Addendum 2 to the 2013 Continuum of Care Program Competition RFP Released 12/12/2013.



    Rapid Rehousing Training

    The Tampa Hillsborough Homeless Initiative has arranged for the National Alliance to End Homelessness to hold a two-day training on rapid rehousing here in Tampa on January 16 and 17, 2014, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day.

    The training will be held at ACTS, 4612 N. 56th Street, Tampa, 33610.


    The training is free for staff working at organizations within the Tampa/Hillsborough CoC.  Organizations outside the Tampa/Hillsborough CoC are invited to send staff with a cost of $50 per person.


    Attendance is strongly recommended and encouraged for:

    • case managers, housing specialists and program managers currently working in rapid rehousing programs, including those funded through ESG;
    • organizations with a desire to start a rapid rehousing program, including those that have applied for CoC funding;
    • anyone working with homeless persons; and
    • anyone interested in learning about this best practice model.


    The training will include the following topics and core components of successful rapid rehousing programs:

    • Overview: Why rapid rehousing and core components
    • Housing Barrier Assessment
    • Landlord Relationships and Housing Search
    • Home-based Voluntary Service Model and Leveraging Community Services
    • Program Orientation and Outcomes


    To register, please email the following information to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


    • Name
    • Title (if applicable)
    • Organization


    Additional questions about this training may also be directed to Kassandra.



    Addendum 1 to the Tampa / Hillsborough County Continuum Of Care - 2013 Continuum Of Care Program Competition RFP Released 12/12/2013


    As required in the Tampa / Hillsborough County Continuum of Care 2013 Continuum of Care Program Competition Request for Proposals, released 12/12/13, the Tampa Hillsborough Homeless Initiative (THHI), as the Collaborative Applicant, is hereby posting responses to all written questions as Addendum 1 to the 2013 Continuum of Care Program Competition RFP Released 12/12/2013.


    This addendum addresses all of the questions received and amends the threshold requirements.  Housing First is no longer included in the criteria as pass/fail.  Any applicant indicating a project is not adopting the Housing First Model must include the justification with their application.  Refer to Question C13 for more details.


    THHI is also providing the final PIT (Point in Time Count) and Unmet Need analysis as submitted to HUD which are referenced in the questions.


    As requested by some agencies, we have created a ‘fill-in’ version of the RFP Attachment 6, “Agency Information” form and RFP Attachment 7, “Additional questions not included in esnaps” form.  Applicant’s are not required to use the ‘fill-in’ version of these forms.


    For additional information or clarifications, please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .



    United Way Suncoast Releases Request for Proposal (RFP) for the Emergency Food & Shelter Program (EFSP)


    Notice is hereby given that Hillsborough County and Pinellas County will receive funds for the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program.  EFSP funds are Federal Funds made available through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency- or FEMA.  Local boards for both counties, representing local government entities, provider agencies, and funding bodies will determine how the funds are to be distributed among emergency food and shelter agencies in Hillsborough and Pinellas.


    Under the terms of the grant from the National Board, local agencies or government entities chosen to receive funds must:


    • be private, voluntary non-profits or units of government serving the community for a minimum of three years,
    • have an accounting system and conduct an annual audit,
    • practice nondiscrimination
    • have demonstrated collaboration to avoid duplication of services,
    • have demonstrated capability to deliver emergency food and/or shelter programs, and
    • have a voluntary board if they are a private voluntary organization.


    Qualifying organizations may apply by visiting for the necessary forms.  The deadline for applications to be received both electronically and in hard copy is Friday, February 7th at noon for Pinellas applicants and Friday, March 14th at noon for Hillsborough applicants. Please make sure the application, budget, and all certifications and releases are included. Please note that a mandatory orientation will be offered for all new and returning applicants prior to submitting the forms.  Two dates are available:  Wednesday, January 15th from 10AM-12PM at the Juvenile Welfare Board in Pinellas or Thursday, January 16th from 9AM-11AM at United Way Suncoast in Hillsborough.  All organizations planning to submit an application must send a representative to one of these meetings.



    Tampa / Hillsborough County Continuum of Care - 2013 Continuum of Care Program Competition - Request for Proposals


    As the Collaborative Applicant, the Tampa Hillsborough Homeless Initiative is seeking proposals from qualified entities to be included in the 2013 application to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for the Continuum of Care Program. The Department of Housing and Urban Development released the Notice of Funding Availability for the Fiscal Years 2013 and 2014 Continuum of Care Program Competition on Friday, November 22, 2013.


    This Request for Proposals (RFP) provides all of the instructions and references needed to submit a renewal application, new application using funds that have been reallocated from an existing project, and the process that will be followed by the Collaborative Applicant to apply for planning costs.


    Based on the Reallocation Strategy approved by the Tampa Hillsborough Homeless Initiative, there is an estimated $2,134,349, available for new projects, $3,885,753 available for renewal projects, and $75,251 specifically dedicated for a new project application for planning costs. Details of eligible applicants and projects, along with the process for submitting an application are included in the NOFA. A technical assistance workshop for this RFP will be held Friday, December 13, 2013 for all interested applicants at 9:00 am at ACTS, 4612 N. 56th Street. Attendance is highly encouraged but not mandatory.


    The deadline for submitting a project application in response to this RFP is Tuesday, December 31, 2013.





    The FY 2013 - FY 2014 CoC Program Competition is Now Open


    The Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the Fiscal Years 2013 and 2014 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Competition has been posted on the Funds Available page of HUD’s website ( and on HUD’s OneCPD Resource Exchange on the FY 2013 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program NOFA: CoC Program Competition page.  The deadline to submit the complete application to HUD is February 3, 2014 at 7:59:59 PM Eastern Time.


    The Tampa Hillsborough Homeless Initiative (formerly known as the Homeless Coalition of Hillsborough County, Inc.,) will be publishing a Request for Proposals for the funds available.  The maximum amount of funds available to renew existing projects and/or for new applications is $6,020,102, plus an additional $75,251 for planning costs.  Additional instructions will be made available at the CoC meeting December 5, 2013 at ACTS, 4612 N. 56th Street, at 9 a.m.  Questions will be addressed at the CoC meeting. Where questions are known in advance, you may email them to Edi at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


    It is imperative that project applicants read the CoC Program interim rule (available at to gain an understanding of the requirements of the program before applying for funding.



    The Homeless Coalition of Hillsborough County is now the Tampa Hillsborough Homeless Initiative.


    Our community has just finished a two-year process of evaluating our homeless and housing system of care, assisted by national homeless and housing experts and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).  We are grateful to all who participated in this process.  Our new name is a result of the observations and recommendations from this process.


    The construction of the name was deliberate and signals a new direction for the community and our organization’s efforts to end homelessness in Hillsborough County. By definition, Tampa Hillsborough Homeless Initiative means it is the Tampa Hillsborough community’s responsibility, collectively, to formulate and implement a single initiative with the goal of solving homelessness.


    In the coming months, the Tampa Hillsborough Homeless Initiative will be leading the community in finalizing a single community initiative and implementation strategy based on best practices in housing, community ownership and the involvement of entities from all sectors of the community with the most influence and resources to solve homelessness.  The overarching goal will be to achieve sustainable permanent housing solutions for everyone in our community.


    Additionally, the next couple of months will be a time for us to update all our organization material, including the web site, to reflect our new name and this new direction.


    As someone who cares about their homeless neighbors – whether you work directly with homeless men, women and children through an agency or faith organization, as an employee or volunteer, a donor or advocate – you are invited to be part of this new direction, this new collective impact initiative which will provide a single, community direction to ending homelessness through permanent housing solutions in Hillsborough County.  Your first step is to sign up to receive email newsletters and information from us as this will allow you to be among the first to know about opportunities to help as well as share in the community’s successes in moving homeless men, women and children off the street and into permanent housing.


    Homeless Coalition Announces New Board of Directors

    Transitional board to focus on single community implementation strategy to end homelessness.

    Following a two-year process working with leaders from local nonprofits, businesses and governments, national experts and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to evaluate, advise, and develop a framework to end homelessness in Hillsborough County, the Homeless Coalition of Hillsborough County announced today the appointment of a new ‘transitional’ board of directors.


    “During this process, a lot was learned about our community’s homeless system of care with regard to great work that is being done, as well as areas where improvements can be made,” said Maria Barcus, CEO of the Homeless Coalition of Hillsborough County.  “One of the changes that came out of this lengthy process was a need to change our organization’s governance structure, with an underlying understanding that homelessness is a community issue and not the sole responsibility of the Homeless Coalition or nonprofit service providers to solve.”


    The first step in the restructuring of the Homeless Coalition, whose mission is to bring together various entities, agencies, service organizations, and individuals to establish and maintain a concentrated effort to break the cycle of homelessness in Hillsborough County, Florida, was to change from a membership to a non-membership organization.  General consensus was that there was a conflict of interest with regard to allocating funding to member organizations, even with disclosures and membership votes supporting the allocations.  Early this month, the membership approved this organizational change.

    “While our governance structure has changed, our mission and role in the community has not,” said Barcus.  “The Homeless Coalition will continue to serve as the lead agency for the Tampa-Hillsborough County homeless continuum of care including the completion and submission of this community’s grant application for HUD’s annual Homeless Assistance Grant.”


    Over the next year, the transitional board will focus on two key tasks.  First, they will be responsible for formulating a single community implementation strategy based on best practices, community ownership, and the involvement of entities from all sectors of the community with the most influence and resources to end homelessness in Hillsborough County.  Secondly, they will develop a permanent organizational structure for both the Homeless Coalition and Tampa/Hillsborough County homeless continuum of care.


    The Homeless Coalition’s transitional board members are:


    Guy King

    M.E. Wilson Co., president; Gracepoint, board member; Steps Forward, board member

    Mike Merrill

    Hillsborough County, county administrator

    Sandra L. Murman

    Hillsborough County, commissioner, vice chair, District 1

    Bob Buckhorn

    City of Tampa, mayor

    Tod Leiweke

    Tampa Bay Lightning, CEO, Steps Forward, board member

    David Reed

    Shepard Capital Partners, president, Steps Forward, board member

    John McKibbon

    McKibbon Hotels, president; Metropolitan Ministries, board member; Tampa General Hospital, board member

    Joseph W. Clark

    Eckerd, board member

    James Shimberg, Jr.

    Tampa Bay Lightning, executive vice president and general counsel; James and Amy Family Foundation, board member

    Emery Ivery

    United Way Suncoast, Tampa Bay president

    Grace Posada

    Hillsborough County Public Schools, department manager, strategic initiatives, communications and marketing


    There are currently two vacancies on the transitional board that will be filled next month to ensure representation of nonprofit homeless service providers on the board.  Additionally, the board may appoint additional members and committees.



    Homeless Coalition Releases 2013 Homeless Count Results


    TAMPA, Fla. (Friday, May 17, 2013) – At a press conference this morning, the Homeless Coalition of Hillsborough County released the results of the 2013 homeless count which showed 2,275 literally homeless people living in Hillsborough County, a 47 percent decline from 2011.  The magnitude of the decrease prompted a re-count in April, which confirmed the earlier results. The decrease is attributed to new programs introduced since 2011, the improving economy, and undercounting due to holding the count the Thursday before Gasparilla and the refusal of numerous homeless individuals to participate in a lengthy survey.  In the future, with a waiver from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the count will be done annually during the last 10 days of February, an abbreviated survey will be used and individuals will be counted even if they do not answer the survey.


    Of the 2,275 literally homeless people counted,

    • 944 were living on the streets or other places not meant for human habitation,
    • 387 were residing in emergency shelters,
    • 578 were residing in transitional housing, and
    • 366 were reported in jail, having been homeless prior to their incarceration.


    Another 12,843 are precariously housed, living doubled up with family or friends and/or in motels due to economic factors that prevent them for maintaining their own housing.


    “The count data shows we, as a community, are moving in the right direction, but it is impossible to tell how much of the decrease represents real progress and how much is due to undercounting” said Maria Barcus, chief executive officer of the Homeless Coalition of Hillsborough County.  “ I feel the 2014 homeless count will provide a better understanding and assessment of the community’s path to end homelessness.”


    Barcus also noted the 35 percent decrease in the number of homeless people in jail the day of the count, is a direct result of homeless liaison officers established by both the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office and Tampa Police Department.  These officers’ main purpose is to connect homeless people to resources and services in lieu of arresting them for ordinance violations.


    As mentioned above, since 2011, three new federally-funded programs were initiated in Hillsborough County.  Through these homeless prevention and rapid rehousing assistance programs, two of which are specifically for veterans, more than 1,900 people were assisted - 1,338 people received prevention assistance, and 621 people received rapid rehousing assistance - between the 2011 and 2013 homeless counts.  The new programs are the Veterans Homelessness Prevention Demonstration project (VHPD), funded HUD, the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) funded by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA), and HUD’s Homeless Prevention and Rapid Rehousing Program (HPRP), which ended in September 2012, though the vast majority of funds were expended in early 2012.


    At the same time, the Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing program (VASH) received an increase of 300 housing vouchers to provide permanent housing to homeless veteran households, resulting in an additional 410 homeless veteran and their household members to be housed.


    Rapid Re-housing is a national best practice that offers temporary assistance, both financial assistance and supportive services, to help individuals and families experiencing homelessness move quickly into permanent housing. The fundamental principle is that when people are stably housed, everything else in their lives stabilizes and /or the household is better able to engage in the assistance needed for long-term success.  Homeless prevention programs are aimed at providing short-term supportive services and financial assistance to stabilize households already living in permanent housing to prevent them from becoming part of tomorrow’s homeless population.  The HPRP program ended September 2012, and other HUD and community resources are expected to continue these activities.


    With the release of the 2013 numbers, Barcus stated that the data from the 2011 and 2009 counts was also reviewed, and adjusted based on new information received from Hillsborough County Public Schools  showing that the children they reported as “homeless” were mostly in the “doubled-up” category.  Without individual identifying information, it is not possible to determine if a child was already counted by another source.  Therefore, the number of school children will be tracked but not aggregated with other data.  The 2009 and 2011 figures were adjusted accordingly (see chart).


    The recount number was slightly lower than the January number; however taking into account that the recount was completed over a four-hour period, instead of the 19-hours in January, the shorten window for planning, and fewer volunteer it is statistically reasonable to have a slightly lower results.  Typically the Homeless Coalition begins planning the count at least six months prior to the day of the count.


    “Homeless counts always represent an undercount, as it is not possible to locate every homeless person, especially those who are unsheltered, in a single day,” said Barcus.  “However the count numbers are the best way to get an understanding of homelessness in our community, and provide data needed to expand and development new housing and services programs.”


    According to the National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty’s March 2013 article, Annual Homeless Count Doesn’t Tell The Whole Story, a homeless count “is just an estimate of the number of homeless people.  No method of counting homeless persons, particularly those who live outside, hiding in the shadows, could possibly be perfect.”


    The number of people precariously housed rose 23 percent from 10,419 in 2011 to 12,843 in 2013.  While not literally homeless, these individuals and households are at high risk of becoming literally homeless, and therefore knowing this data can help the community plan accordingly for what may be coming down the road.





    500 Homes Forward to Ending Chronic Homelessness

    500 Homes Forward is a local campaign to focus existing and new resources on ending chronic homelessness in Hillsborough County, with the goal of housing 500 chronically homeless individuals in five years, with the wrap around support services they need to become self-sufficient. The focus of the campaign is to identify, by name and situation, every chronically homeless person in our community, and then through collaborations and partnerships with community housing programs, to prioritize these individuals and households for housing, when there are openings.


    There are many reasons to focus on getting homeless people into housing quickly. First and foremost is that the mortality rate of chronically homeless people is high. Living on the street can cut as many as 25 years off a person's life. Additionally, countless studies in communities across the nation have shown that although this population represents about 10 percent of the total homeless population, they consume more than 50 percent of the system's resources. The cost of allowing people to remain homeless exceeds the cost, sometimes by tens of thousands of dollars, of providing permanent housing. This is because homeless people utilize a lot of expensive services, such as frequent emergency room visits for non-emergency illnesses and disease management. Housing those who are chronically homeless frees up resources to help other homeless households.


    While the 500 Homes Forward campaign began in May and has successfully housed 60 homeless individuals and households in the community, the first official 'registry' event is took place in conjunction with the 2013 Homeless Count in Hillsborough County. When a homeless person was encountered during the 2013 homeless count that was also chronically homeless, meaning the person has a disability, and been homeless consecutively for a year, or has had at least four episodes of homelessness in three years, they were asked to complete some additional questions related to the "500 Homes Forward" effort. This additional information will be used to follow up with the person as housing opportunities become available and are developed. During the 2011 Homeless Count, 700 men and women were identified as chronically homeless.


    The 500 Homes Forward project is being spearheaded by the Homeless Coalition in partnership with the Department of Veteran Affairs, the Tampa Housing Authority, Mental Health Care Inc. and Tampa Crossroads.


    The key to the success of the 500 Homes Forward effort is the partnerships. As a community we will in essence review the information on each chronically homeless person, and discuss who has housing or will have housing available and match them accordingly. The 500 Homes Forward project is officially part of Community Solutions' national 100,000 Homes Campaign program, which has become a national model for reducing / eliminating chronic homelessness in major urban areas.


    Unfortunately there are not enough resources to house every homeless person today. There are many ways the community can help house chronically homeless men and women. Developers and owners of large housing properties could donate an apartment or two to provide housing to someone. Faith and service groups could choose to do a fundraiser to cover housing expenses for a person for a year, or put together 'move-in kits' with cleaning supplies, towels and linens, pots and pans. For more information about the 500 Homes Forward campaign, and how you can help, please contact us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


    Tampa / Hillsborough County Continuum of Care Monthly Meeting

    Please attend the monthly Homeless Coalition meetings on the first Thursday of every month to participate in developing the next steps to implement the plan and address gaps in services for individuals and families who are homeless.

    NEXT MEETING: Thursday, June 6, 2013, 9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. at the Agency for Community Treatment Services (ACTS), 4612 N. 56th St., Tampa, FL.  Please join us for networking from 8:30 to 9 a.m.



    Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF)

    The SSVF program, which is funded by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA), aims to improve very low-income Veteran families' housing stability. SSVF was awarded to the Homeless Coalition of Hillsborough County in partnership with Tampa Crossroads and Bay Area Legal Service.  To learn more about the SSVF program click here.


    Veteran's Homelessness Prevention Demonstration Program (VHPD)

    Are you a veteran with limited income or are you unemployed? Are you and your family at risk of becoming hommeless? If so, the VHPD project may be able to assist you. For more information about the VHPD project click here.




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