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1 SUPPORTIVE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM NC Department of Correction Statewide Conference on Offender Reentry: Shaping the Future of Transition May 1-3, 2007

2 PROGRAM OBJECTIVE To provide housing with supportive services for households with special needs earning less than 50% of area median income

3 Eligible Applicants Nonprofit organizations (operating a minimum of three years) Local Governments For Profits (400 Initiative Only)

4 Type of Housing Emergency Shelter Transitional Housing Permanent Housing

5 Eligible Populations Homeless Non-Homeless with disabilities, including mental illness, development disabilities, physical disabilities, substance abuse HIV/AIDS, etc. Survivors of domestic violence

6 Type of Funding 20 year and 30 year 0% Loans up to $500,000 (capped at 75% of Total Development Cost) Continuum of Care Match Loans Predevelopment Loans up to $25,000

7 Application Process Must schedule an application meeting and site visit prior to submittal of application Applicant and Project Team must have development capacity Must have Site Control Preliminary Design required Supportive Services Plan required

8 ACCOMPLISHMENTS 2,049 Units Funded since 1994 Units Developed in 44 Counties $33.7 million invested since 1994 in projects worth $109 million 137 Projects

9 CHALLENGES Capacity of Nonprofit Organizations Competition for Local Funding Lack of Rental Assistance/Operating Subsidies for Supportive Housing Reduction in HUD funding for Supportive Services

10 CHALLENGES (cont.) Uncertainty Related to Area MH/DD/SA Programs and Mental Health Reform Continuing Problems with NIMBY Supportive Housing Viewed as Low Priority by Local Governments Local zoning regulations Availability of buildable, affordable land

11 HOUSING 400 INITIATIVE

12 Housing 400 Initiative Purpose To provide financing for at least 400 independent and supportive living apartments for persons with disabilities with incomes at or below 30% of median Units must be affordable to persons on Supplemental Security Income (SSI) General Assembly allocated $10.9 million to the Housing Trust Fund (for NCHFA) for rental housing development and $1.2 million to NC Dept of Health and Human Services for operating subsidy

13 Housing 400 Initiative Capital Funds for SHDP 400 and PLP 400 Rental Assistance for SHDP 400, PLP 400 and Key Program

14 SHDP 400 Program Design Loans up to $1.2 million Construction loans available For profits eligible Rental assistance available

15 SHDP 400 Current Status 78 Letters of Intent received 40 Site Visits by SHDP staff completed in January 15 Applications were submitted by February 28, 2007

16 Examples of Funded Projects

17 TROSA Modulars TROSA, Durham 16 Shared 3-Bedroom Apts. Men and Women with Substance Abuse, many alternative sentence or ex- offenders

18 Club Nova Apartments OPC Foundation & MHA, Carborro 24 Efficiency Apartments Persons with Mental Illness

19 LIFE House of Asheville Volunteers of America of the Carolinas 22 Apartments Persons with Physical Disabilities

20 Shirley Stroebel Apartments Next Step/NAMI, Durham 12 Efficiency Units Persons with Mental Illness

21 Homeward Bound Sandhills Community Action, Rockingham 5 Units Domestic Violence Victims

22 The Healing Place for Women The Healing Place, Raleigh 88 Beds Homeless Women and Children Substance Abuse Treatment Serves ex-offenders

23 Harrington Place CASA, Raleigh 12 SRO Units Homeless Individuals with Disabilities

24 Ridge Apartments WNC Housing,Inc., Asheville 8 Units Persons with Mental Illness

25 Exodus Homes Exodus Outreach Foundation, Hickory 23 Beds Men and Women with Substance Abuse Ex-Offenders

26 Servant House & Glenwood Housing The Servant Center, Greensboro 26 Units Transitional Housing and 8 SRO Units of Permanent Housing Persons with Chronic Illness/Veterans

27 Spring Glen Residential Services, Inc., Orange County 15 Units Elderly Persons with Developmental Disabilities

28 Technical Assistance Consultation Visits with NCHFA Supportive Housing Development Team NCHFA Information and Referral Services Guidance on completing applications (e.g. many deficiencies curable) Advocacy with other funding sources

29 SHDP Staff Mary Reca Todd, Manager of Supportive Housing (919) or Michael H. Mittenzwei, Supportive Housing Development Officer (919) or Margrit Bergholz, Supportive Housing Development Officer (919) or


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