|State or Federal?|
|The goal of the YHDP is to support up to 11 communities, at least 5 of which will be rural, in the development and implementation of a coordinated community approach to preventing and ending youth homelessness, and sharing that experience with and mobilizing communities around the country toward the same end. The population to be served by this demonstration program is youth experiencing homelessness, including unaccompanied and pregnant or parenting youth, where no member of the household is older than 24.|
|Local Public Agencies, Nonprofit Organizations, State Government|
|Eligible applicants include state governments, county governments, city or township governments, nonprofits have a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS (except institutions of higher education), and collaboratives.|
|Most Recent/Current Due Date|
|Apr 17, 2018|
|Most Recent RFP Release Date|
|Jan 17, 2018|
|Total Possible Multi-Year Award|
|# of Awards|
|Annual or Multi-Year?|
|This Program requires an applicant to leverage resources through cost sharing or matching as described in the regulation at 24 CFR 578.73, which designates that "recipient or subrecipient must match all grant funds, except for leasing funds, with no less than 25 percent of funds or in-kind contributions from other sources."|
|Department of Housing and Urban Development, Community Planning and Development|
|Total Amount Available for All Grants|
HUD expects to make approximately 11 awards from the funds available under this NOFA. At least five communities of the intended 11 communities to be awarded will be rural. A Collaborative Applicant can apply on behalf of more than one community - however, HUD will not select more than one community within the entire CoC’s geographic area. Additionally, HUD will not consider applications from geographic areas within CoCs that HUD selected to participate in the FY 2016 YHDP competition.
Each selected community will be eligible to apply to receive a minimum of $1 million. There is no limit to the number of projects for which a community can apply. For example, a selected community could apply for $1 million for one project or $100,000 each for 10 projects.
The remaining appropriated funds will be made available to the selected communities based on a formula that accounts for the number of youth in each community ages 10 to 24. Each selected community will be able to apply for and be selected by HUD to receive awards for projects for up to 30 percent of their potential funding immediately after the announcement of the selected communities and the remaining balance will be available after HUD has approved a community’s coordinated community plan (See “Developing a Coordinated Community Plan” in Section III.C.3.b.).
The maximum possible award is determined based on the communities that are selected according to the following formula:
Community Award = $1,000,000 + [(Community Population Age 10 to 24 * Community Poverty Rate Age 12 to 24) ÷ (Sum of (Community Population Age 10 to 24 x Community Poverty Rate Age 12 to 24) for all 11 Communities) x $32,000,000
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