FY24 - FY26 State Homelessness Funding RFGA
|Grant Title:||FY24-FY26 State Homelessness Funding Grant|
|Funding Source:||1. Federal Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG)
2. Federal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
3. Homeless to Housing (H2H)
4. Pamela Atkinson Homeless Trust Fund (PAHTF)
|Application Deadline:||March 29, 2023, 5:00 PM MT. Applications must be received no later than 5:00 PM MT. Applications received after 5:00 PM MT will not be accepted. Applications must be submitted online through Appendix A – Grant Application Cover Sheet & Project Information.|
|Program Start Date:||July 1, 2023|
|Program End Date:||June 30, 2024|
|Pre-Proposal Meeting (attendance optional, choose one of the two dates):||
March 7, 2023, Pre-Proposal meeting recording
March 8, 2023, Pre-Proposal meeting recording
|Contact Information:||Tricia Davis, Assistant Director, email@example.com
Meredith Vernick, Program Manager - firstname.lastname@example.org
Melissa Turner, Contract/Grant Analyst - email@example.com
DWS-OHS Homelessness Funding can be used to provide a wide range of services and support. All applications must identify as one of the following project types:
Emergency Shelter (ES) activities are designed to increase the quantity and quality of temporary shelters provided to homeless people, through renovating existing shelters or conversion of buildings to shelters, paying for the operating costs of shelters, and providing essential services. ES includes day shelter programs, which provide drop-in services and temporary shelter for individuals experiencing homelessness during daytime hours only. This does not include winter-only emergency shelter projects.HMIS Comparable Database (HMIS) costs for agencies who are legally prohibited from entering data into the Utah Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) due to federal restrictions.
Homelessness Prevention (HP) activities are designed to prevent an individual or family from experiencing literal homelessness through housing relocation, stabilization services, and rental assistance.
Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) is long-term, community-based housing that has supportive services for individuals experiencing homelessness with disabilities. This type of supportive housing enables the special needs populations to live as independently as possible in a permanent setting. Permanent housing can be provided in one structure, several structures at one site, or in multiple structures at scattered sites.
Rapid Re-Housing (RRH) activities are designed to help people experiencing literal homelessness quickly obtain permanent housing through housing location and providing rental assistance.
Street Outreach (SO) activities provide essential services for individuals experiencing unsheltered homelessness, connecting them with emergency shelter, transportation, housing, or critical services.
Transitional Housing (TH) is where all program participants have signed a lease or occupancy agreement, in order to facilitate the movement of individuals experiencing homelessness into permanent housing within a 24-month period.
Other (Other) projects that benefit people experiencing homelessness that absolutely do not fall under any of the other project categories listed above. Case management programs should be considered in one of the project types above, not as "other".
- Funded projects must be open to individuals regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or political affiliation.
- Organizations will be required to actively participate in:
- Local homeless service systems identified by the UHC.
- These systems include: Continuum of Care (CoC), and Local Homeless Councils (LHC)
- Local Coordinated Entry System
- The Utah Homeless Management Information System (HMIS); or a comparable database if domestic violence service providers.
- Data quality improvement initiatives.
- Local homeless service systems identified by the UHC.
- Matching funds may be required depending on the funding source of the awarded project.
- Priority may be given to a project that will include significant additional funds from a private organization, nonprofit organization, or local government entity as indicated in Appendix D – Project Funding Sources.
- Funded projects will be required to adhere to all program requirements as outlined in the Terms and Conditions and Scope of Work.
Who May Apply
- Public or private non-profit organizations, faith-based organizations, state departments and agencies, units of local governments, and tribal entities.
- Organizations with a religious affiliation are to provide assurances that grant funds will not require client participation in religious practices in order to receive services.
- Organizations that do not have current, open finding from DWS-OHS.
- FY24-FY26 State Homelessness Funding Grant - (Updated 3/2/2023)
- Appendix A - Grant Application Cover Sheet & Project Information
- Appendix B – Grant Application Narrative
- Appendix C – Budget Narrative and Itemization Form
- Appendix D – Project Funding Sources
- Appendix E – Case Management Standards
- Appendix F – New Project Performance Measures
- Appendix G – Federal Subaward Funding and Reporting Requirements
and prioritization: March - April 2023
3. UHN Steering Committee presents prioritization to Utah Homelessness Council (UHC)
for review and approval: April 2023
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Questions & Answers
Questions period closes: March 28, 2023, 5:00 PM MT