Medicaid Redesign Team Health Home Supportive Housing Program
AKA/Previously Known As
Medicaid Redesign Team Supportive Housing Health Home Pilot
Total Annual Award
The total anticipated amount available is $8 million per year. The maximum award will not exceed $500,000. Contracts will run from 10/1/2018 to 9/30/2023.
Tenant Eligibility Criteria
Funding must be used for the purposes of providing housing and/or services that facilitate the provision of housing to a Health Home member and their ability to remain stably housed.
Funding must be used for the purposes of providing housing and/or services that facilitate the provision of housing to a Health Home member and their ability to remain stably housed. Permissible uses of funds that meet such purposes include, but are not limited to, providing support for:
- Rental subsidies and other occupancy costs.
- Services or staff that help the Health Home member remain stably housed, including program supervision, housing counselors or specialists and employment counseling.
- Services required to coordinate the Health Home member’s care plan.
- Services or staff to identify and locate the Health Home members that need housing.
- Services or staff to assist Health Homes in navigating the range of available housing options, identifying available housing opportunities and completing housing applications.
Funding Award Details
The first awards for this pilot project were announced in January 2015. A total of ten agencies were each awarded $400,000. The 2018 procurement includes renewals of the first round.
The maximum award will not exceed $500,000. At least 50% of each grant must go towards rental assistance, which is set at Fair Market Rent (FMR).
For More Information
For more information visit: https://www.health.ny.gov/funding/
Proposals are due on 3/16/2018 by 4:00 PM. Click here to view RFP details on our RFP Page.
Division of Program Development and Management
99 Washington Ave, 1620
Albany, NY 12210
Last updated: 04/23/2018
Did you know…
Medicaid costs for tenants in Oregon supportive housing dropped 55% compared to costs the year before when they were homeless.