Emergency Solution Grant (ESG). How to Apply – Conference Call March 16, 2011. ESG formula allocation from HUD to State of Virginia (DHCD) For use in non-entitlement areas Open, competitive process Completely separate from State Shelter Grant and other DHCD programs
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How to Apply – Conference Call
March 16, 2011
For use in non-entitlement areas
Open, competitive process
Completely separate from State Shelter Grant and other DHCD programs
Two-year grant term (2nd year renewal based on available funding, performance, and compliance)
(July 1, 2011 - June 30, 2012)
(July 1, 2012 – June 30, 2013)Overview
(With the exception of Homeless Service Programs)
Program must be physically located/targeted in a non-entitlement area
Entitlement areas* (non-eligible) include:
Prince William county
*Areas are based on a HUD formula and are subject to change.Non-Entitlement Areas Only
Domestic violence shelters are exempt from HMIS requirements but MUST meet all other aggregate data and reporting requirements.
Domestic violence programs MUST be targeting and serving clients fleeing a domestic violence housing situation where no other subsequent, appropriate residence has been identified and the person lacks the resources and support networks needed to obtain housing.
Short-term emergency housing for individuals and families experiencing homelessness to provide triage, intake, assessment, and referral and move program participants in a timely manner to transitional housing (where appropriate), permanent housing or permanent supportive housing.
Temporary supportive housing for individuals and families experiencing homelessness with more significant housing barriers, to provide shelter and supportive services designed to address housing barriers and move program participants in a timely manner to permanent or permanent supportive housing.
Financial assistance and services to individuals and families experiencing homelessness to provide immediate access to permanent housing (includes transition-in-place).
Financial assistance and services to help individuals and families at-risk of homelessness to maintain permanent housing.
*Total agency/organizational budget (not program budget). For units of local government only specify appropriate division or department budget. For national non-profits please specify only the local chapter.
Program location (county/city):
Please tell us what areas this proposed ESG program will target for services:
Please tell us the congressional districts of your service area:
*Year 2 is a renewal based on available funding, performance, and compliance
Please complete only one of the following “specific program
request” sections (Emergency Shelter, Transitional Housing,
Rapid Re-housing, Prevention OR Homeless Services).
What population is this program designed to serve?
Due date is 5:00 PM Friday, April 15, 2011
Nichele Carver, Program Manager
Homeless and Special Needs Housing
Department of Housing and Community Development
Main Street Centre
600 East Main Street, Suite 300
Richmond, Virginia 23219
For questions, please contact Kathy Robertson at (804) 225-3129 or