District of Columbia Department of Human Services (DHS)
09/13/19 4:00 PM - Receipt
Grants to Washington, DC social services organizations, nonprofit corporations, nonprofit organizations and charitable organizations, including faith-based organizations to provide beds for transitional and extended transitional housing and shelters. The target population served by this funding opportunity is at-risk youth between the ages 18 and 24.
In accordance with HSRA, DHS is authorized to provide funding to establish sixty (60) shelter beds, fifty (50) transitional housing beds and fifty (50) extended transitional housing beds in the District. The District seeks to expand the availability of youth-friendly shelter beds, transitional housing, extended transitional housing and homeless services to youth ages eighteen (18) through twenty-four (24) facing housing crises and in need of services and resources to enable them to grow and move toward stability and self-sufficiency.
Applications must demonstrate their intent and ability to leverage non-governmental assets; coordinate with other organizations in the homeless services Continuum of Care; and demonstrate a culturally competent, youth centric plan to support and facilitate transitions into adulthood.
Program Scopes can be found starting at https://opgs.dc.gov/sites/default/files/dc/sites/opgs/publication/attachments/FY%2020%20DHS%20SHELTER%20%20BEDS%2C%20TRANSITIONAL%20HOUSING%20AND%20EXTENDED%20TRANSITIONAL%20HOUSING%20RFA.pdf#page=13.
GrantWatch ID#: 158228
DHS anticipates executing up to twelve (12) awards for the services discussed herein: Up to three (3) awards for Shelter Beds; Up to five (5) awards for Transitional Housing; Up to four (4) for Extended Transitional Housing
Total Estimated Available Funding:
- Up to one million three hundred twenty thousand dollars and zero cents ($1,320,000) for Shelter Beds
- Up to two million one hundred thousand dollars and zero cents ($2,100,000) for Transitional Housing
- Up to one million seven hundred eleven thousand eight hundred dollars and zero cents ($1,711,800) for Extended Transitional Housing
Eligible organizations can be awarded up to the total amount available for a given type of program, or DHS may select several awardees for each program.
This grant is being offered from October 1, 2019 to September 30, 2020, with an option to renew for up to five (5) additional years.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit applications by mail or email to:
Tamara Mooney, Program Analyst
The District of Columbia Department of Human Services
64 New York Avenue, NE, 5th Floor
Washington, DC 20002
Office of Partnerships and Grant Services
Phone: (202) 727-8900
Fax: (202) 727-1652
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