Social Services

All Neighbors Coalition receives $22M for Dallas and Collin counties

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced $2.8 billion in annual funding to help people experiencing homelessness. The All Neighbors Coalition received $22 million through the annual Continuum of Care (CoC) funding program for renewed and increased programming across Dallas and Collin Counties, a 20% increase of funding from last year.

“This annual competitive funding process adds necessary financial capacity to our overall community, allowing us to further many of our system goals by providing housing and supportive services for our unhoused neighbors. Our CoC, the All Neighbors Coalition is thrilled about the opportunity to bring in additional funding that helps support ongoing efforts and allows us to expand critical services for our most vulnerable populations, including Permanent Supportive Housing and Rapid Rehousing. This increase in funding further demonstrates that our system is being recognized for the ongoing progress and effectiveness of our homeless response system to meet the needs of our unhoused neighbors,” said Joli Angel Robinson, President and CEO of Housing Forward.

The increased annual funding announcement builds on a $315 million first-of-its-kind package of resources that HUD awarded in January 2023, of which Dallas and Collin Counties received $22.8 million, to help communities provide housing and supportive services to people in unsheltered settings and people experiencing homelessness in rural areas.

A portion of the increased annual funds also includes $1.4 million to provide housing solutions for families fleeing domestic violence. “This new funding specifically for survivors fleeing domestic violence will help our homeless response system increase services across the All Neighbors Coalition for a vulnerable population who need additional support,” said Christina Coultas, CEO of
Hope’s Door New Beginning and Member of the All Neighbors Coalition Board. publishes every week.
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