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CT BOS Seeks Applications for New Housing Projects

CT Balance of State Continuum of Care
 

The CT Balance of State Continuum of Care (CT BOS) has published a Request for Proposals for rapid rehousing (RRH) and permanent supportive housing (PSH) projects funded through HUD CoC using both permanent housing bonus and/or any available reallocation funds.  

The following types of new projects will be considered:

  • New permanent supportive housing (PSH) projects that create new units to serve 100 percent chronically homeless individuals and families including youth/young adults experiencing chronic homelessness. 
  • New permanent supportive housing (PSH) projects that will not create new units but will provide additional services to participants in one or more existing PSH projects.  
  • New rapid rehousing (RRH) projects that will create new units to serve homeless individuals and families, including youth, coming directly from the streets or emergency shelters, or meeting the criteria of paragraph (4) of the HUD definition of homeless. 
  • New rapid rehousing (RRH) projects that will not create new units but will provide additional services to participants in one or more existing RRH projects.  

The CoC is seeking applications that will not create new units but will provide additional services to participants in one or more existing PSH or RRH project only in order to fill critical gaps as identified by the applicable Coordinated Access Network(s) (CAN). Such applications will be considered only where the applicable CAN(s) has determined that the additional services proposed are essential to assist eligible participants in one or more existing projects to obtain and/or retain permanent housing.

Applications are due 6/29/18 and should be submitted to ctboscoc@gmail.com.  

The application can be accessed here.

 
 

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