Continuum of Care

​​​​​​The Continuum of Care (CoC) Program is designed to promote communitywide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness. The program assists families and individuals (including unaccompanied youth) experiencing homelessness and provides the services needed to help them move into transitional and permanent housing with the goal of long-term stability. Each year, more than $1.6 million is granted through the CoC ​to Virginia Beach agencies that provide housing and supportive services to the homeless.

The grant application process is coordinated by the BEACH​ CoC Committee. Every year, the Department of Housing & Neighborhood Preservation submits the CoC application for funding to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for Virginia Beach.

Draft FY 2016 Continuum of Care Application & Opportunity for Public Comment

​The draft CoC application for funding for FY 2016​ is now available for public comment. The following renewal projects have been ranked and approved by the BEACH CoC Committee to be included in the application and, if approved by HUD, to receive CoC funding for FY 2016:

  • ​Community Alternative Management Group – CAMG 10 Permanent Supportive Housing
  • Virginia Beach Community Development Corporation (VBCDC) - Transitional Housing for Families
  • Community Alternative Management Group - CAMG 34 Permanent Supportive Housing
  • VBCDC - New Haven Permanent Supportive Housing
  • Access AIDS - Community Housing Assistance Program (CHAP) Virginia Beach Permanent Supportive Housing
  • Judeo-Christian Outreach Center (JCOC) - HUD 8 Permanent Supportive Housing 
  • VBCDC - Veterans First Permanent Supportive Housing
  • Samaritan House - Rapid Rehousing 1
  • Samaritan House - Rapid Rehousing 2
  • Community Alternative Management Group - CAMG 7 Permanent Supportive Housing 
  • JCOC - Rapid Rehousing
  • The Planning Council – Homeless Management Information System (HMIS)
  • VBCDC - Rapid Rehousing (Reallocation)
  • ​Samaritan House - Rapid Rehousing 3 (New Project)

Non-ranked Project:

Department of Housing & Neighborhood Preservation - Continuum of Care Planning 

​Public comments should be submitted by Sept. 13, 2016 to Pam Shine, homeless programs coordinator, at​.

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