$35M to Support TANF Program Enrollees

grantsAgency: Office of Public and Indian Housing (HUD); Program: Resident Opportunities and Self Sufficiency Service Coordinator Program (ROSS-SC) (CFDA Number: 14.870) (Funding Opportunity Number: FR-6100-N-05); Focus Areas: Housing, employment, low-income families; Eligibility: Public housing authorities and nonprofits; Funding (estimated): $35 million for 110 awards (25% match is required); Deadline (Tentative): June (expect a NOFA to be released in June).

Summary: ROSS-SC assists public and Indian housing residents in making progress towards economic and housing self-sufficiency. To accomplish this goal, ROSS provides funding to eligible applicants to hire service coordinators to assess the needs of public and Indian housing residents and link them to supportive services to enable them to increase earned income, reduce or eliminate the need for welfare assistance and make progress toward achieving economic dependence and housing self-sufficiency. For elderly and disabled residents, the services coordinators link participants to supportive services that enable them to age or remain in-place thereby avoiding costly forms of care.

Info: https://goo.gl/Js53Yz (info); for more on the upcoming solicitation, Tremayne Youmans, 202/402-6621; e-mail, Tremayne.E.Youmans@hud.gov.

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