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Note: All applications will be forwarded to necessary parties, including, but not limited to: the Director of the Division, the Assistant Commissioner, and the Commissioner. Once reviewed utilizing standardized criteria, the aforementioned parties will convene to discuss the feasibility of each applicant and make funding decisions.

Available RFPs
 
10/1/2015 8/24/2015
Mario Diaz
(609) 943-4640
mdiaz@dca.state.nj.us
9/30/2017
8/24/2015
Homeless households and households at imminent risk of becoming homeless.
$1,800,000.00
$400,000.00 
Nonprofit organizations servicing Atlantic, Burlington, Bergen, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Gloucester, Hunterdon, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Salem, Somerset, and Sussex Counties
The purpose of the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing 2 Program (HPRP) is to provide: (1) temporary rental assistance and stabilization services to assist individuals and families living on the streets or in emergency shelters in obtaining permanent housing; and (2) assistance to households in imminent risk of homelessness due to an eviction. 24 months
Following award announcement

Mandatory Technical Assistance Workshop scheduled in DCA Conference Room 129:

1. Thursday, July 23, 2015 at 10:00 am.
2. Monday, August 3, 2015 at 11:00 am.
Please email lisa.downes@dca.state.nj.us or call (609) 292-8548 by Wednesday, July 29, 2015. Due to space constraints, we are requesting only two persons per agency to attend.
 


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10/1/2015 8/24/2015
Mario Diaz
(609) 943-4640
mdiaz@dca.state.nj.us
9/30/2017
8/24/2015
Offenders or ex-offenders referred by the State Parole Board (with the exception of sex offenders and arsonists) who are determined to be in imminent danger of homelessness and have no approved residence of record.

$150,000 per grantee; maximum number of beds to be funded is 10 per grantee.
$900,000.00
$150,000.00 
Nonprofit emergency shelter providers that have licensed facilities in the State of New Jersey.
The purpose of the Another Chance Program is to provide temporary housing assistance (up to 6 months) to offenders or ex-offenders being released from Department of Correction facilities who do not have an approved residence of record. 12 months
N/A  

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10/1/2015 8/24/2015
Diane Harris
(609) 943-5849
diane.harris@dca.state.nj.us
6/30/2017
8/24/2015
Homeless individuals, families, youth between 18-21 years of age, and specialized populations such as the mentally ill, victims of domestic violence, veterans, persons with HIV/AIDS, individuals leaving jail or prison and those with alcohol/substance abuse issues.
$50,000.00 $3,600,000.00
$300,000.00 
Rehabilitation, renovation or conversion of buildings for use as emergency shelter and transitional housing; acquisition of a building for use as transitional housing; new construction of a transitional housing facility; and purchase of equipment, furnishings and/or a new van that will accommodate a minimum of eight passengers. Government entities and nonprofit organizations.
The purpose of the Shelter Support Program (SSP) is to: (1) address life safety issues in emergency shelters and transitional housing facilities; (2) purchase equipment and furnishings that will provide direct benefits to the shelter's residents; (3) create new emergency shelter beds when needed. 1 Years and 8 Months
Following award announcement

Mandatory Technical Assistance Workshop scheduled in DCA Conference Room 129:

1. Thursday, July 23, 2015 at 10:00 am.
2. Monday, August 3, 2015 at 10:00 am.
Please email lisa.downes@dca.state.nj.us or call (609) 292-8548 by Wednesday, July 29, 2015. Due to space constraints, we are requesting only two persons per agency to attend.
 
The Shelter Support Program is committed to projects that create new beds, correct code violations, and improve safety or living conditions for the residents. Special consideration will be given to projects that have incorporated a safe haven sheltering program for pets of domestic violence victims.

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7/1/2015 9/11/2015
Terence Schrider
(609) 633-6283
tschrider@dca.state.nj.us
12/31/2016
9/11/2015
Persons whose income does not exceed federal Section 8 standards or who otherwise satisfy applicable statutory requirements.
$5,408,595.00
$400,000.00 
Program and administrative costs. An eligible applicant must be a unit of local government (municipality or county) NOT eligible to receive CDBG funding from any other source. Click here for a list of:
Eligible Applicants
Provides for public facilities, housing rehabilitation and community revitalization designed to principally benefit people of low- and moderate-income, prevent or eliminate slums or blight, or to address recent local needs for which no other source of funding is available. Up to 24 Months
The Small Cities Community Development Block Grant Program encourages grant recipients to attend a technical assistance meeting with program staff to discuss terms and conditions of the grant agreement prior to the disbursement of any grant funds.  

Submission Deadlines -
September 11, 2015 for Public Facilities, Housing Rehabilitation and Innovative Development projects. Applications for Emergency Housing repair may be submitted at any time.
Documentation Per FSR - Match may vary from 10% to 50% of the grant amount.

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6/30/2016
Lucille Ventres
(609) 633-6062
Lucille.Ventres@dca.nj.gov

6/30/2016
Voluntary Emergency Services Organizations
$1,000.00
$50,000.00 
Purchase New Equipment, Purchase Used Equipment, Repair Equipment, Purchase New Vehicle, Purchase Used Vehicle, Repair or Refurbish Vehicle, Construct Facilities, Refinance Loan, Other (Explain). Fully and partially volunteer fire companies, first aid squads and rescue squads.
Provides low-interest loans (no grants are available) with a matching requirement to fire departments and ambulance/rescue squads to purchase or refurbish vehicles; purchase equipment; and/or to rehabilitate, construct, expand, or purchase associated structures. One year
N/A  
 
 
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