Emergency Needs for the Homeless RFP
- Issue Date:
- 04/05/2023, Updated 05/01/2023
The intent of ENHP is to improve the system of emergency service provision to at-risk and homeless individuals and families by ensuring services are targeted and enhanced by eligible applicants so those assisted may secure an independent future. ENHP funds support the cost of providing services for emergent needs to promote stabilization. The services provided should assist individuals with achieving self-sufficiency and mental/physical health stability.
Funds will be made available to support programs that meet the emergency needs of homeless individuals and families, and those at risk of becoming homeless. Successful applicants shall have demonstrated experience in providing services to meet the emergency needs of homeless individuals and families, and those at risk of becoming homeless. Such experience must include provision of all the following services: crisis intervention services, eviction prevention services, summer youth services and mobile emergency feeding services.
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