Safe Haven

The Safe Haven model is 24-hour/7 days a week community based safe space, supportive housing facility, which seeks to serve persons experiencing homelessness, who are hard to reach, hard to engage, may have severe mental illness and may have substance use disorders. These funds are being allocated through an RFP to contract with a third-party agency. The RFP seeks to secure a Safe Haven service for laundry, washers, and dryers’ access, provide meals, connections to service agencies and will provide Case Managers to link individuals to other services, etc. Safe Havens can operate as 24 drop-in centers and provide limited overnight stay access where needs are met and then people leave, as they desire. The RFP closed on June 1, 2022 and the PSA committee is in the process of reviewing proposals.

Project Appropriation

Project Appropriation

Total Programmed Funds

Total Programmed Funds
86.1% programmed of total appropriation

Total Expenditures

Total Expenditures
0.0% expended of total appropriation

Project Expenditures

Project Expenditures
Date Account Vendor Amount


  • Appropriated Funds: Total amount of authorized funding set aside for a specific purpose
  • Programmed Funds: Estimate and Apportionment (E&A) approved contracts, personnel services, Board Bill approved Intergovernmental agreements (IGA)
  • Expenditures: Total amount spent by departments

Notes and Contact

ARPA(SLFRF and ERA) reporting will be updated on a rolling monthly basis.

Data current as of September 30th, 2023. Updated on November 14th, 2023.

ARPA - American Rescue Plan Act ($510,518,052.20)
SLFRF - Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds ($498,076,054.00)
ERA - Emergency Rental Assistance ($12,441,998.20)

Please contact if you have questions about the data.

See Also

An overview of ARPA data can also be found on the ARPA Transparency Portal

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