Unsheltered Homelessness Special NOFO RFP

Sponsor: Homeless Services
Procurement Type: Request for Proposals  and or Qualifications

Unsheltered Special NOFO Applicant RFP Applicant Briefing
ZOOM, In-Person and Recorded
August 31, 9 AM St. Patrick Center Auditorium
800 N. Tucker Blvd., St. Louis MO
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 856 6498 1974

All interested organizations can attend this session for a briefing on the local RFP process. Session will include an overview of projects, eSNAPS, timelines and deadlines.

Unsheltered Special NOFO Applicant Open Technical Assistance Office Hours
September 11 – 15 As Available

As needed technical assistance for applicants related to the NOFO and eSNAPS.  Request your organization’s one on one session over Zoom with Cindy Crain, OrgCode Consulting at ccrain@orgcode.com.

RFP Questions
Questions regarding this RFP should be submitted on or before Monday, September 16, 2022, 12:00 PM / Noon to:

Amy Bickford
Chief Program Manager
Department of Human Services
Homeless Services Division
Pre-Bidding Location:

Starting Date: 08-30-2022
Closing Date: 09-19-2022
Closing Time: 04:00 PM

The City of St. Louis Continuum of Care MO-501 (CoC) Board of Directors and the City of St. Louis Department of Human Services (DHS) jointly announce this notice seeking proposals for New Projects for the following U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

Continuum of Care Supplemental to Address Unsheltered and Rural Homelessness

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) released a first-of-its-kind package of resources to address unsheltered homelessness and homeless encampments, including funds set aside specifically to address homelessness in rural communities.

This Special NOFO strongly promotes partnerships with healthcare organizations, public housing authorities and mainstream housing providers, and people with lived expertise of homelessness.

Through this Special NOFO, HUD will award funding to communities to implement coordinated approaches -- grounded in Housing First and public health principles -- to reduce the prevalence of unsheltered homelessness, and improve services, health outcomes, and housing stability among highly vulnerable unsheltered individuals and families. HUD expects applicant communities to partner with health and housing agencies to leverage mainstream housing and healthcare resources.

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