|From the City of Atlanta:|
In the continued effort to provide emergency assistance and healthcare response to individuals, families, and businesses affected by the 2020 coronavirus pandemic, the Department of Grants & Community Development is seeking qualified applicants to implement various program activities via the City of Atlanta’s Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, or ‘‘CARES Act,” funding allocation from the U.S. Department of Housing and Development (HUD). The CARES Act funding is a “one-time allocation” whose purpose is to support eligible activities for COVID-19 response.
Qualified local government and nonprofit applicants may apply to provide either of the following roles along with corresponding services:
Administrator – Project -Based/Tenant-Based Rental Assistance –
Provide safe, stable housing for homeless individuals and families.
Provider – Case Management Services – Facilitate housing stability or overcome immediate barriers to obtaining housing.
Administrative Coordinator – Provide strategic oversight, coordination and planning to create a system-level rapid rehousing program for specific populations: chronically homeless, near chronic, highly vulnerable (with VI-SPDAT scores of 11+), and young adults.
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