Supported Housing for Families and Young Adults (SHFYA) 2010-2011
Appropriation Level: $2,500,000
Supported Housing for Families and Young Adults (SHFYA) – SHFYA funds are provided for services and expenses related to a supportive housing program for families and/or young adults age 18 to 25, who are eligible for benefits under the State plan for the Federal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) block grant, whose incomes do not exceed 200 percent of the Federal poverty level and, unless in receipt of public assistance, whose participation in such a program would not constitute assistance under Federal TANF regulations. The SHFYA Program allows for the delivery of support services to eligible residents that assist them in achieving as much of a self sufficient life as possible. The service provision for all populations are designed to stabilize, enhance employability and/or enhance self-sufficiency.
A Request for Proposals was released in 2010, making available the SFY 2010 appropriation of $2.5 M. A total of 36 contractors were awarded funds in support of 757 family units and 169 young adult beds. Contracts resulting from this procurement commenced on December 1, 2010 for a five year multi-year term subject to availability of funds annually.
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