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Grants to New Jersey nonprofits and businesses in Burlington, Mercer, and Union Counties for supportive housing and services for young adults, 18-21 years involved in the child welfare system. January 12 is the deadline to submit questions. On January 14 a mandatory bidders conference will be held.
Applicants must be based in and familiar with the youth services in the County.
This request for proposals requires the development of innovative supportive housing; including the targeting of highest need youth, case management, housing screens and service linkage. This program intends to promote permanency, social connections, education/employment success, well-being and self-sufficiency through implementing long term housing solutions. DCF historically provides services for youth until the age of 21.
Youth in this program may reside in a housing unit until the age of 26. The awarded program(s) will work in partnership with DCF to coordinate ongoing services and support for youth in the program upon their 21st birthday and continuing thereafter.
The three programs awarded will deliver services to youth with current or previous experience with CP&P cases that originate in Burlington (East and West), Mercer (North and South), and Union (Central, East, and West) Local CP&P Offices.
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April 1, 2016 through September 29, 2018. Funding is anticipated to be extended beyond this funding period however is contingent upon the availability of funding in future fiscal years.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates / changes / addendums / conferences / LOIs.