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MDHI HPRP Collaborative. Expanding Impact and Leveraging Resources Through Collaboration. MDHI HPRP PROGRAM. $5 million ARRA Funding from DOH targeted to MDHI Continuum of Care $3.2 Million additional ARRA Funding through City and County of Denver October 1, 2009 to July 16, 2012

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mdhi hprp collaborative

MDHI HPRP Collaborative

Expanding Impact and Leveraging Resources Through Collaboration

mdhi hprp program
MDHI HPRP PROGRAM
  • $5 million ARRA Funding from DOH targeted to MDHI Continuum of Care
  • $3.2 Million additional ARRA Funding through City and County of Denver
  • October 1, 2009 to July 16, 2012
  • Leveraged additional $4 million of TANF Emergency Contingency Funds
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MDHI HPRP PROGRAM
  • Funding for:
    • Homelessness Prevention
    • Rapid Re-Housing
    • Rental Assistance
    • Eviction Assistance
    • HMIS Expansion
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MDHI HPRP PROGRAM
  • Coordinated Intake and Assessment
  • County Lead Agencies
  • Collaboration Established with 27 Agencies in Metro Denver
outcomes
OUTCOMES
  • Program served 2,097 households
    • 1,020 Single Households
    • 1,080 Families
  • Program served total of 4,809 persons
    • 3,241 through Homelessness Prevention
    • 1,596 through Rapid Re-Housing
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OUTCOMES
  • 2,765 persons prevented from becoming homeless
  • 1,047 persons helped to obtain housing through Rapid Re-Housing
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