RECENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING RFPS
NYC HRA RFP Provision of Congregate Supportive Housing
This open-ended RFP is for 7,500 units of congregate supportive housing for a combination of Single Adults, Families with Children, Adult Families, Young Adult Individuals (ages 18 to 25) & Young Adult Families with Children or Pregnant Women (ages 18 to 25).
NYC 15/15 Service & Operating Scattered Site RFP
Released June 2017
NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA) released an open-ended Request for Proposals (RFP) for scattered site housing in NYC. There will be 7,500 total scattered site units awarded in the NYC 15/15 program.
NYS Empire State Supportive Housing Initiative (ESSHI) Service & Operating RFP
New York State is issuing this Request for Proposals (RFP) opportunity to advance the five-year goal of developing 6,000 units of supportive housing over five years for persons identified as homeless with special needs, conditions, or other life challenges. This RFP makes available up to $25,000 per unit annually in services and operating funds to support at least 1,200 units of permanent supportive housing.
NYS $588 Million for Affordable and Supportive Housing
New York State Homes and Community Renewal issued an RFP for more than $588 million to advance the creation and preservation of a wide range of affordable housing, including up to $175 million for supportive housing as part of the Supportive Housing Opportunity Program.
NYS $63 Million in Capital Funding for Supportive Housing
Released June 2017
The Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance issued an RFP for its Homeless Housing and Assistance Program. The FY 2018 State Budget included $63 million for Homeless Housing and Assistance Program which can be used to acquire, construct or rehabilitate housing for people who are homeless and unable to secure housing without assistance. Projects eligible for Homeless Housing and Assistance Program funding may serve families, single adults, youth, the elderly, as well as a range of special needs groups including persons with mental illness, victims of domestic violence, veterans and people with HIV/AIDS.