December 7, 2023


Making a New Home

HUD Gives Fla. $114M to Help the Homeless

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The U.S. will expend $2.6B in the upcoming fiscal calendar year to conclude homelessness, with 328 Fla. companies receiving anyplace from $10,000 to $3.2 million.

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Housing and City Growth (HUD) announced more than $2.6 billion in fiscal 12 months (FY) 2021 Continuum of Care (CoC) Levels of competition Awards for roughly 7,000 nearby homeless housing and service applications across the United States.

In Florida, 328 unique organizations throughout the point out will obtain $114,030,413. The grants are as modest as $9,464 for one particular group in St. Johns County to $3,074,525 for a group in Miami-Dade County. HUD posted a checklist of all Florida-funded businesses on its site.

The awards will make it possible for communities to support persons and people encountering homelessness shift into lasting housing with accessibility to supportive products and services, with the overarching purpose of very long-phrase steadiness.

“These Continuum of Care method grants, coupled with the historic methods in the American Rescue Approach, will supply communities the means wanted to assure that every person in a respective local community has the equitable prospect to a safe and stable dwelling,” says HUD Secretary Marcia L. Fudge.

The CoC application is created to market a group-large dedication to the intention of ending homelessness – the premier source of federal grant funding for homeless services and housing programs. The 2021 awards contain approximately $102 million for new domestic violence guidance initiatives.

The awards also fund new tasks that target on incorporating long-lasting housing to communities, together with everlasting supportive housing, rapid rehousing and transitional housing that will act as a bridge right before shifting homes to speedy rehousing.

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