2017 Camden YSC Funding Updates

Please find minutes from the September 14, 2016 pre-bid meeting attached for your review.  2017-jjc-ysc-prebid-minutes

Also attached is the revised RFP which includes updates / revisions that were noted at the time of the pre-bid meeting.  ysc-jjc-2017-rfp_updated

Remember: proposals are due to CPAC no later than Tuesday October 11th at 1:00 pm.

Youth Services Commission 2016 Data

Please find data sources that can be referenced when submitting your 2017 YSC proposals:

4-20_ucr-2016 – Uniform Crime Report Data

05-13-16-juvenile-demographics-and-stats – Juvenile demographics and stats

2015pitreportcamden – Point in Time Count of the homeless data

school-violence-2014-2015-report – School Violence Report 2014/2015

sexual_assault_report_1-21-14 – Sexual Assault Report data

2016-nj-kids-count-report – 2016 New Jersey Kids Count Report

Remember: proposals are due by Tuesday October 11th at 1 pm.

 

2016 SNJCoC Consolidated Application

The Southern New Jersey Continuum of Care (SNJCoC) serves the counties of Camden, Cape May, Cumberland and Gloucester New Jersey.  The Community Planning and Advocacy Council (CPAC) is the administrative arm of the SNJCoC.

The SNJCoC is pleased to share the following documents regarding our FY 2016 application for funding through the federal HUD NOFA process.  The Consolidated Application can be found by clicking here nj-503-coc-registration-exhibit-1.  This is the registration and application for funding for the SNJCoC.

The SNJCoC Project Priority List can be found by clicking here fy16-snjcoc-nofa-project-listing and provides information about the ranking for each of the CoC’s projects. The ranking was developed after a formal review process of each individual project application.

Finally, the SNJCoC Policies and Procedures Manual can be accessed here snjcoc-policies-and-procedures-sept-2016 and provides information about the operation of the SNJCoC.  The manual also incorporates the HMIS Policies and Procedures that the SNJCoC has adopted.

For more information about the SNJCoC please contact Hilary Colbert, Director of Grants Management at hcolbert@cpachvi.org  or Laura Sanchez, Human Services Planner at lsanchez@cpachvi.org  or by calling 856-663-3998.

Annual Completeness Packages

Are you an agency that has a MAP (Management Assistance Program) score?  If so, now is the time to complete your Annual RFP (Request for Proposal) Completeness Package to stay MAP compliant. These materials must be on file or extra documents will need to be submitted with your proposals when responding to RFPs in the upcoming year or your proposal will NOT be considered complete.

Click here for the 2016-17-annual-completeness-package-documents   Annual Completeness Package submissions are due to CPAC on or before October 7, 2016.

2017 Camden County Youth Services Commission Funding

Proposals will be accepted from eligible organizations interested in providing services for Camden County youth and their families who are involved with or at risk of involvement with the Juvenile Justice System.  The Request for Proposal (RFP) can be accessed by clicking here ysc-jjc-2017-rfp-b.  Click here for the Logic Model 2017-logic-model-template and here for the Program Profile 2017-ysc-program-profile.

The FCIU Manual fciu-manual should be used as a resource.  The Evaluation Instrument that will be used by the review committee can be found by clicking here ysc-jjc-2017-evaluation-instrument.

The pre-bid meeting will be held at CPAC on Wednesday September 14, 2016 at 2pm in Conference Room A.  Conference call availability via Meeting Burner by calling 1-949-229-4400 toll-free and the pin number is 4529583#.  Proposals are due to CPAC by Tuesday October 11, 2016 by 1:00 p.m.

Phase 33 – Request for Proposals

Proposals will be received by CPAC on behalf of the Camden County Local FEMA Board of Directors.  An original and seven copies of the Request for Proposals are due on Friday August 26th by 1:00 pm to CPAC, 2500 McClellan Avenue, Suite 110, Pennsauken, NJ 08109.

The funding period is July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016.  The RFP contains the correct funding dates on the cover sheet page and can be downloaded by clicking here FEMA – Phase 33 RFP  The Evaluation Instrument which will be used to score the applications can be downloaded by clicking here FEMA – Phase 33 Evaluation Instrument.

Contact Hilary Colbert, Director of Grants Management, for more information at hcolbert@cpachvi.org or by calling 856-663-3998.

Funds Available – County ESG

Proposals will be accepted for Re-Issued 2016 County Emergency Solutions Grant funds on behalf of Camden County by CPAC.  A Pre-Bid meeting will be held on Thursday, August 11, 2016 at 12 noon at CPAC, 2500 McClellan Avenue, Suite 160, Pennsauken, NJ 08109.

The RFP is attached for your review 2016 Re-Issued County ESG RFP along with the Evaluation Instrument 2016 Re-Issued County ESG Evaluation Instrument which will be used to score and rank proposals.

Position Openings at CPAC

CPAC is currently looking for a few new employees.  If you have an interest in working to assist with program management, monitoring and evaluation of State funded programs and sub-contracted Family Success Centers you may be our new Project Specialist.  See the attached job description for more information. Project Specialist Prevention

We are also looking for a JMDT Coordinator to work with staff, volunteers, partner organizations, and agencies to implement strategies focused on positively changing outcomes for children and youth in Camden County. The JMDT Coordinator serves the community as a liaison and planner to the Juvenile Justice Population and youth serving agencies. If this sounds like you, please see the job description for more information.  Job Description JMDT Coordinator

If you are interested in either position, please forward your resume and cover letter by August 26th to cpachr@cpachvi.org for consideration.  Be sure to include which position you are applying for.

SNJCoC – 2016 Bonus Project NOFA

Applications for Bonus Projects will be accepted from eligible organizations interested in applying for 2016 HUD funding to create new permanent supportive housing projects that will exclusively serve chronically homeless individuals and families OR rapid rehousing projects that will serve individuals, including unaccompanied youth, and families coming directly from the streets or emergency shelters or persons fleeing domestic violence or other persons who qualify under paragraph (4) of the definition of homeless.  Projects should serve individuals and families in the four county region that the SNJCoC serves (Camden, Cape May, Cumberland and Gloucester).

Please click on the link below to access the Notice of Funds Available for more information and for details about the pre-bid conference call which will take place THURSDAY JULY 21, 2016 AT 10 AM. 2016 SNJCoC Local NOFA – bonus project

The Bonus Project application and review instrument are available for review by clicking on the links.   2016 SNJCoC Bonus Project Application  and 2016 SNJCoC Bonus Project – Rank and Review Tool  Please have questions ready for the pre-bid call. Information about the appeals process is also available. Appeals Process – SNJCOC for NOFA

SNJCoC Local NOFA Released

The Southern NJ Continuum of Care (SNJCoC) will be accepting renewal applications from organizations interested in applying for renewal of their HUD funding in 2016.  A pre-bid meeting will be held via conference call on June 22nd at 10 am. Proposals are due to CPAC by 12 noon on July 8, 2016.

See the attached Notice of Funds Available (NOFA) for more information.  2016 SNJCoC Local NOFA

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