Transition to Rapid Re-housing Permanent Supportive Housing System Coordination Capacity Building
3 Transition to Rapid Re-housing FY 2012 DHCD shifted about $1 million to rapid re-housing. 21 programs funded through a competitive application process FY 2013 Homeless Solution Grants - encouraging a continuum of services that includes rapid re-housing. Emergency shelters a component of this, but focus on permanent housing solutions. FY 2013 will focus prevention funding to persons most likely to become homeless - 50% AMI and risk factors Budget proposals include $500,000 for rapid re-housing
4 Permanent Supportive Housing DHCD reserved funds in 2011 for predevelopment of PSH DHCD and DBHDS working with community service boards on developing PSH Budget proposals include $1 million for PSH development
5 System Coordination Homeless Coordinating Council and Homeless Advisory Committee established Hiring process underway for Homeless Outcomes Coordinator Increased coordination of annual point-in-time count Training for statewide continua of care planned for fall
6 Capacity Building / Freddie Mac Foundation Grant $1 million grant in collaboration with National Alliance to End Homelessness and Virginia Coalition to End Homelessness 13 rapid re-housing workshops conducted across the state 14 transformation grants to help service providers and communities shift to new model One-on-one technical assistance to service providers Funding for Homeless Outcomes Coordinator
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