TPCH is changing and so is our website! Please look under the Committees menu to find the names of current committees, and – under them – the pages containing the information for the committees that existed prior to adoption of the current TPCH Governance Charter. Find Executive Committee and its minutes under TPCH Board of Directors.
NEW TPCH Governance Charter & Operating Policies
Updated Strategic Plan approved June 12, 2014.
Strategic Plan Updates Included per New Structure, Board Approval.
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New Information on HUD Grantee Match Requirements
The most common source of program income under the CoC Program is likely to be rent and occupancy charges that are paid by program participants. However, CoC Program recipients/subrecipients are prohibited from using program income as match in the CoC Program because this money is coming directly from program participants. Per 578.73(b) of the interim rule, recipients/subrecipients must match no less than 25 percent of all CoC Program grant funds, less leasing, from other sources—State, local, private, and Federal sources that are not statutorily prohibited as match. The CoC Program matching funds must come from a private individual(s), private/public organization or donations from private/public individuals/organizations, NOT from a program participant. Regardless if the program participant’s contribution to rent or an occupancy charge is coming from a private, individual source, it is considered his/her income and those funds are program income for a recipient/subrecipient and are therefore NOT match in the CoC Program. Recipients/subrecipients are responsible for documenting the sources of match in the CoC Program. Note that program income may be used in whole or in part, to assist program participants move from transitional to permanent housing. The activities assisted with program income need not be approved costs in the project budget, but must be eligible costs per Subpart D. SNAPS has yet to respond to all comments received on the CoC Program interim rule; however, this regulatory requirement will not change upon the final rule.
Click HERE to view the 2014 CoC application submitted to HUD
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