Service Coordinators in Multifamily Housing

The Service Coordinator Program provides funding for the employment and support of Service Coordinators in insured and assisted housing developments that were designed for the elderly or nonelderly persons with disabilities and continue to operate as such.

Service Coordinators help residents

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obtain supportive services from the community that are needed to enable independent living and aging in place.
Related Programs

Multifamily Housing Service Coordinators

Department of Housing and Urban Development


Agency: Department of Housing and Urban Development

Office:

Estimated Funding: $20,000,000


Who's Eligible



Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
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Additional Information of Eligibility:
1.

You must meet all of the applicable threshold requirements of Section III.C of the General Section.

2.

You must be an owner of a development assisted under one of the following programs: a.

Section 202 Direct Loan; b.

Project-based Section 8 (including Section 8 Moderate Rehabilitation), or c.

Section 221(d)(3) below-market interest rate, and 236 developments that are insured or assisted.

3.

Additionally, developments listed in paragraph III.A.2, above, are eligible only if they meet the following criteria: a.

Have frail or at-risk elderly residents and/or non-elderly residents with disabilities who together total at least 25 percent of the building's residents.

(For example, in a 52-unit development, at least 13 residents must be frail, at-risk, or non-elderly people with disabilities.) b.

Were designed for the elderly or persons with disabilities and continue to operate as such.

This includes any building within a mixed-use development that was designed for occupancy by elderly persons or persons with disabilities at its inception and continues to operate as such, or consistent with title VI, subtitle D of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1992 (Pub.

L.

102-550).

If not so designed, a development in which the owner gives preferences in tenant selection (with HUD approval) to eligible elderly persons or nonelderly persons with disabilities, for all units in that development.

c.

If FHA insured or financed with a Section 202 Direct Loan, are current in mortgage payments or are current under a workout agreement.

d.

Meet HUD's Uniform Physical Conditions Standards (codified in 24 CFR part 5, subpart G), based on the most recent physical inspection report and responses thereto, as evidenced by a score of 60 or better on the last physical inspection or by an approved plan for developments scoring less than 60.

e.

Are in compliance with their regulatory agreement, Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) Contract, and any other outstanding HUD grant or contract document.

f.

Have no available project funds (i.e., Section 8 operating funds, residual receipts, or excess income) that could pay for a Service Coordinator program.

(“Available funds” are those that require HUD approval for their use and are not needed to meet critical project needs.) Field office staff will make this determination based on financial records maintained by the Department and information provided by the applicant in the grant application.

g.

You may use funds to continue a Service Coordinator program that has previously been funded through other sources.

To be deemed eligible, you must provide evidence that these resources have already ended or will discontinue within six months following the application deadline date and that no other funding mechanism is available to continue the program.

(This applies only to funding sources other than the subsidy awards and grants provided by the Department through program Notices beginning in FY 1992.

HUD currently provides one-year extensions to these subsidy awards and grants through a separate funding action.) 4.

If your eligibility status changes during the course of the grant term, making you ineligible to receive a grant (e.g., due to prepayment of mortgage, sale of property, or opting out of a Section 8 HAP contract), HUD has the right to terminate your grant.



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Contact:


Agency Email Description:


Agency Email:
Carissa.L.Janis@hud.gov

Date Posted:
2009-09-01

Application Due Date:
2009-11-05

Archive Date:
2009-11-10



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