Supportive Housing Program
Capital, Operating, Services
AKA/Previously Known As
For most updated info please refer to Continuum of Care (McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Program). The Network will no longer update this page, as all funding now goes through the Continuum of Care/McKinney-Vento Program.
Total Annual Award
This program represented part of the $180 million that New York State receives in McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Program funding.
Tenant Eligibility Criteria
For permanent supportive housing, tenants must be homeless individuals and families with disabilities including mental illness, substance abuse, HIV/AIDS and domestic violence. Funding was used for a non-disabled homeless population for services and/or transitional housing.
Permanent supportive housing, transitional housing and support services only.
Funding Award Details
Part of the $180 million that New York State received in McKinney-Vento funding in 2010. That year, HUD awarded $6,123,529 for 25 new permanent supportive housing projects and $46,096,964 to renew 231 existing projects.
Up to $400,000 for capital. Open on operating and services.
Initial grant is for two or three years, after which the grant is renewable annually.
Projects must have had site control within one year of initial award. Capital funding was limited to $400,000 and requires a 100% match. Operating funding required a 25% cash match. Services funding required a 20% cash match. Rental assistance was not adjustable once the fair market rent is set.
OTDA or DHS may negotiate a reimbursement rate with each provider, related to the size of the building and ranging from $125 to $200 per unit per month.
For More Information
HUD Buffalo Field Office
(716) 551-5755, x5800
HUD New York Regional Office
Last updated: 07/06/2017
Did you know…
For every $1 spent on a Los Angeles supportive housing program, public and hospital costs were reduced by $2 in the first year and $6 in later years.