New Jersey Department of Community Affairs Office of Homelessness Prevention Rural/Suburban Outreach & Engagement RFP FY23
The Department of Community Affairs Office of Homelessness Prevention has released an RFP for Rural/Suburban Outreach and Engagement. Applications are due by end of the day, Monday, November 28, 2022.
The purpose of this grant program is to develop and enhance mobile street outreach and emergency support services to address unsheltered homelessness in rural areas of the state. Grantees will work with a variety of existing homelessness prevention and rapid exit programs and partnerships to arrive at the intended outcomes (the identification of those at-risk of and currently experiencing unsheltered homelessness, and the prevention of, Outreach and Engagement from, and rapid exits from unsheltered homelessness and prevention of unsheltered homelessness).
Attached are the Rural & Suburban Outreach and Engagement RFP, QR code for the SAGE/RFP technical assistance sign-up form, and, the link to the TA sign-up form (here) https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=0cN2UAI4n0uzauCkG9ZCp3zg7sM4xtxEtHyi91dsTCxURVlKOEJFSlRWODBRUzBQNFFOWTRWMVFaRC4u.
SAGE/RFP technical assistance will be held on:
Monday, October 31, 2022 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Wednesday, November 9, 2022 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Grants will be awarded to a total of 8 grantees in the following areas:
- 1 grantee to service Burlington County
- 1 grantee to service Cape May County
- 1 grantee to service Gloucester County
- 1 grantee to service Hunterdon County
- 1 grantee to service Monmouth County
- 1 grantee to service Salem and Cumberland County
- 1 grantee to service Sussex County
- 1 grantee to service Warren County
Maximum grant award will be $250,000.
Applications are due by end of day, Monday, November 28, 2022.
Applicants are welcome to email questions to: Tina McGillProgram Manager, Office of Homelessness Prevention New Jersey Department of Community Affairs 101 South Broad Street PO BOX 800 Trenton, NJ 08625