RFPs and NOFAs
Supportive housing nonprofit organizations rely on an array of city, state, federal and private funding sources to develop and operate supportive housing. These sources routinely release Requests for Proposals (RFPs) and Notices of Funds Availability (NOFA) to announce when specific funding streams are available. Below, you’ll find a list of the most recent supportive housing RFPs. For a detailed list of every funding source available to New York supportive housing providers, visit our Funding Guide. To receive RFP and NOFA alerts via email, join the Network's mailing list.
- HCR Announces Medicaid Redesign Team Capital Funding
HCR announces $25 million for Medicaid Redesign Team capital funding to expand supportive housing.
- OTDA Announces Medicaid Redesign Team Capital Funding
OTDA announced $10 million for Medicaid Redesign Team capital funding as part of its 2014 HHAP RFP.
- 2014 HHAP RFP
The $63 million RFP for the Homeless Housing and Assistance Program (HHAP).
- MRT Supportive Housing Health Home Pilot RFA
The NYS Department of Health (DOH) has released a Request for Applications (RFA) for its Supportive Housing Health Home Pilot program.
- OASAS NY/NY III Family Supportive Housing (Population G)
NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) releases a $1.75 million RFP for 70 units of NY/NY III family supportive housing.
- HCR 2013 Unified Funding Round RFP
Applications for funding due October 10 and December 5
- NYC Supportive Housing RFQ
NYC has released a Request for Qualifications for new supportive housing projects.
- HHAP Medicaid Redesign Team
A new $13.2 RFP has been released for the Homeless Housing and Assistance Program/Medicaid Redesign Team (HHAP/RFP) capital program.
- Homeless Housing and Assistance Program
The NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA) has released a $30 million supportive housing RFP.
- HIV/AIDS NY/NY III Supportive Housing
The NYC Human Resources Administration has released an RFP for 394 units of supportive housing for individuals living with HIV/AIDS.