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SUPPORTIVE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM. NC Department of Correction Statewide Conference on Offender Reentry: Shaping the Future of Transition May 1-3, 2007. PROGRAM OBJECTIVE.

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NC Department of Correction Statewide Conference on Offender Reentry: Shaping the Future of Transition

May 1-3, 2007

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  • To provide housing with supportive services for households with special needs earning less than 50% of area median income

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Eligible Applicants

  • Nonprofit organizations (operating a minimum of three years)

  • Local Governments

  • For Profits (400 Initiative Only)

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Type of Housing

  • Emergency Shelter

  • Transitional Housing

  • Permanent Housing

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Eligible Populations

  • Homeless

  • Non-Homeless with disabilities, including mental illness, development disabilities, physical disabilities, substance abuse HIV/AIDS, etc.

  • Survivors of domestic violence

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Type of Funding

  • 20 year and 30 year 0% Loans up to $500,000 (capped at 75% of Total Development Cost)

  • Continuum of Care Match Loans

  • Predevelopment Loans up to $25,000

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Application Process

  • Must schedule an application meeting and site visit prior to submittal of application

  • Applicant and Project Team must have development capacity

  • Must have Site Control

  • Preliminary Design required

  • Supportive Services Plan required

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  • 2,049 Units Funded since 1994

  • Units Developed in 44 Counties

  • $33.7 million invested since 1994 in projects worth $109 million

  • 137 Projects

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  • Capacity of Nonprofit Organizations

  • Competition for Local Funding

  • Lack of Rental Assistance/Operating Subsidies for Supportive Housing

  • Reduction in HUD funding for Supportive Services

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  • Uncertainty Related to Area MH/DD/SA Programs and Mental Health Reform

  • Continuing Problems with NIMBY

  • Supportive Housing Viewed as Low Priority by Local Governments

  • Local zoning regulations

  • Availability of buildable, affordable land

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Housing 400 Initiative


  • To provide financing for at least 400 independent and supportive living apartments for persons with disabilities with incomes at or below 30% of median

  • Units must be affordable to persons on Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

  • General Assembly allocated $10.9 million to the Housing Trust Fund (for NCHFA) for rental housing development and $1.2 million to NC Dept of Health and Human Services for operating subsidy

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Housing 400 Initiative

  • Capital Funds for SHDP 400 and PLP 400

  • Rental Assistance for SHDP 400, PLP 400 and Key Program

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TROSA ModularsTROSA, Durham

  • 16 Shared 3-Bedroom Apts.

  • Men and Women with Substance Abuse, many alternative sentence or ex-offenders

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Club Nova ApartmentsOPC Foundation & MHA, Carborro

  • 24 Efficiency Apartments

  • Persons with Mental Illness

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LIFE House of AshevilleVolunteers of America of the Carolinas

  • 22 Apartments

  • Persons with Physical Disabilities

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Shirley Stroebel ApartmentsNext Step/NAMI, Durham

  • 12 Efficiency Units

  • Persons with Mental Illness

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Homeward BoundSandhills Community Action, Rockingham

  • 5 Units

  • Domestic Violence Victims

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The Healing Place for WomenThe Healing Place, Raleigh

  • 88 Beds

  • Homeless Women and Children

  • Substance Abuse Treatment

  • Serves ex-offenders

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Harrington PlaceCASA, Raleigh

  • 12 SRO Units

  • Homeless Individuals with Disabilities

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Ridge ApartmentsWNC Housing,Inc., Asheville

  • 8 Units

  • Persons with Mental Illness

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Exodus HomesExodus Outreach Foundation, Hickory

  • 23 Beds

  • Men and Women with Substance Abuse

  • Ex-Offenders

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Servant House & Glenwood HousingThe Servant Center, Greensboro

  • 26 Units Transitional Housing and 8 SRO Units of Permanent Housing

  • Persons with Chronic Illness/Veterans

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Spring GlenResidential Services, Inc., Orange County

  • 15 Units

  • Elderly Persons with Developmental Disabilities

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Technical Assistance

  • Consultation Visits with NCHFA Supportive Housing Development Team

  • NCHFA Information and Referral Services

  • Guidance on completing applications (e.g. many deficiencies curable)

  • Advocacy with other funding sources