The Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) released a Request for Proposals (RFP) to nonprofit organizations or teams of nonprofit organizations who can implement cost-effective models of supportive housing connected to coordinated health services for low-income men and women with chronic health challenges who are a) experiencing homelessness or persistent housing crises and b) high-cost users of crisis health services, such as inpatient hospitalizations, emergency rooms, detox, etc.
In the first phase of this process, CSH will be awarding a total pool of $2.8 million in federal and philanthropic funds to nonprofits who will bring rigorously evaluated pilot supportive housing programs to life.
CSH will select 4-12 sub-grantees in four different locations for awards ranging from $100,000 to $500,000. Sub-grantees will be required to match their awards dollar-for-dollar, and must have 25% of this match at the time of the application.
CSH will host a webinar on December 8 for interested bidders. Final applications are due on Friday, January 13 at 5pm.
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