California Department of Housing and Community Development - Division of Financial Assistance
08/13/19 5:00 PM
Grants to California county governments to provide permanent housing and supportive services to individuals who qualify for the state Medi-Cal healthcare program. Funding may be used for new construction, rehabilitation, reconstruction, acquisition, administrative costs, rental subsidies, and capitalized operating subsidy reserves.
The goal of HHC is to reduce the financial burden on local and state resources due to the overutilization of emergency rooms or incarceration as the first point of health care provision for people who are Chronically homeless or Homeless and a High-cost health user.
Eligible uses include:
1. Acquisition, new construction, or reconstruction and rehabilitation of (a) project(s). Under this use, Applicants will be subject to Article I, Sections 103(a)(1), 104, 105, 106, 107, and 109 of the Guidelines.
2. Operating assistance, which may include either or both of the following:
a. Long-term rental assistance to private landlords for periods up to five years, subject to renewal grants.
b. A Capitalized Operating Subsidy Reserve (COSR) for at least 15 years to pay for operating costs of an apartment or apartments receiving capital funding to provide Supportive housing to the Target Population.
3. A County’s administrative costs, of at least 5 percent of the total grant awarded, not to exceed 10 percent.
Operating expenses that are eligible to be paid from a COSR include:
(3) Real property taxes
(5) Supportive Services costs
Each application must include a County-specific Supportive Services plan that will identify how the County plans to provide or subcontract to provide Supportive Services to participants in the Program. For details about supportive services, see Section 214 of the Guidelines: http://www.hcd.ca.gov/grants-funding/active-funding/hhc/docs/2019-Housing-for-a-Healthy-California-Amended-Guidelines.pdf.
GrantWatch ID#: 186174
The maximum grant limit per Applicant is $20 million. The actual award amounts may be adjusted for project size and the number of households served.
Projects must meet a June 30, 2020 deadline to encumber funds and a June 30, 2023 deadline to liquidate funds.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
The delivery address is:
Housing for a Healthy California Program
Department of Housing and Community Development
Division of Financial Assistance, NOFA Section
2020 West El Camino Avenue, Suite 500
Sacramento, CA 95833
Ben Metcalf, Director
Department of Housing and Community Development
HHC Email: HHCNOFA@hcd.ca.gov
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